FILING CABINET
Filing room crew at the Chemainus sawmill marks 2,668 working days without a compensable accident in this historical photo. Anyone recognize some of the men in this photo to identify the year this might have been taken? (Photo courtesy Chemainus Valley Museum)

FILING CABINET Filing room crew at the Chemainus sawmill marks 2,668 working days without a compensable accident in this historical photo. Anyone recognize some of the men in this photo to identify the year this might have been taken? (Photo courtesy Chemainus Valley Museum)

File it under ‘accident free’

Filing room crew at the Chemainus sawmill celebrates a milestone in this historical photo

Filing room crew at the Chemainus sawmill marks 2,668 working days without a compensable accident. Anyone recognize some of the men in this photo to identify the year this might have been taken? (Photo courtesy Chemainus Valley Museum)

FILING CABINET

Filing room crew at the Chemainus sawmill marks 2,668 working days without a compensable accident in this historical photo. Anyone recognize some of the men in this photo to identify the year this might have been taken? (Photo courtesy Chemainus Valley Museum)

Filing room crew at the Chemainus sawmill celebrates a milestone in this historical photo

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