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Canadian Concrete Expo

Multicrete™ invites you to visit Canadian Concrete Expo! The event runs Febuary  7-8 at the International Convention Centre in Mississauga, ON.

Come visit  Multicrete's booth #649  and see our new powerful and cost-effective grouting units.


Multicrete at National Heavy Equipment Show in Mississauga!

Multicrete invites you to visit National Heavy Equipment Show! The event will take place April 6-7 at the International Convention Centre in Mississauga, ON.

Plan on dropping by Multicrete's booth 4014 and see our new powerful and cost-effective Grout Mixing Units - Mighty Mite Grout Mixer and TC3100 Grout Mixer. Come by for a quote today!


Winnipeg Plant has been qualified as CSA Standard A23.4-16 Precast Facility

We are happy to announce that Multicrete Systems' Plant in Winnipeg has been qualified by CSA Group, Certification and Testing, as a manufacturing facility of pre-cast concrete products under the CSA cast Concrete Products Certification Program in accordance with CSA Standard A23.4-16 - Precast Concrete, Materials and Construction.

Our precast products are manufactured to the highest safety and quality standards!  For more information about our custom precast please CLICK HERE.


Who is responsible for safety?

Safety is everyone's responsibility!

As an employee, you should:

• Learn to work safely and obey all safety rules. • Recognize hazards and avoid them. • Follow recommended safe work procedures.• Report all accidents, injuries and illness to your supervisor immediately. • Inspect tools before use to avoid injury.• Wear and use all assigned personal protective equipment.• Participate in safety training programs.• Inform supervisors of unsafe work conditions.

On the other hand, it is management's responsibility to:



Safety Talk - Preventing Lyme Disease

Working outdoors in spring, summer and fall can expose you to Lyme disease. In most of Canada, Lyme disease is spread by blacklegged ticks (formerly called deer ticks). Lyme disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease if left untreated. Prompt removal of attached ticks (within 24 to 36 hours) can decrease the risk of infection.

Tick bites are usually painless and most people do not know they have been bitten. When a person is infected, symptoms usually develop within one to two weeks and include the following:



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