Beyond serving industry-leading clients (including Castrol Limited, EMC, EyeMed, Iron Mountain, the Ottawa Senators Hockey Club, Pepsi Beverages Company, and Sysco), she has had responsibility for business development activities and is an active contributor to internal Walker teams focused on improvements to analytic methods and business processes.
What does OSHC stand for?
OSHC stands for Ottawa Senators Hockey Club (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada)
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We have 26 other meanings of OSHC in our Acronym Attic
- Occupational Safety and Health Appeals Board (California)
- Occupational Safety & Health Act of 1970
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration Vacated PEL (Permissible Exposure Limits)
- Occupational Safety and Health Branch (National Institutes of Health, United States; Labour Department, Hong Kong)
- One-Sided Height-Balanced (trees)
- Occupational Safety and Health Committee
- Occupational Safety and Health Council (Hong Kong)
- Office of Science and Health Coordination (US FDA)
- Ogun State Housing Corporation (Nigeria)
- Oregon State Housing Council (Salem, OR)
- Out of School Hours Care
- Overseas Student Health Cover (Australia)
- Ohio Society for Healthcare Consumer Advocacy (Columbus, OH)
- Open Source Health Care Alliance
- Outside School Hours Care Quality Assurance (Australia)
- Occupational Safety and Health Division
- Oregon State Health Division
- Oregon State Highway Department (Oregon Department of Transportation)
- Oregon State Highway Division
- Occupational Safety and Health Engineering (University of Cincinnati; Cincinnati, OH)
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During the early 1990s, Paul Anka, the pop singer, was hired by the Ottawa Senators Hockey Club to find investors, Anka's lawyers worried about securities laws restrictions, so they asked the U.
Over the past 10 years, Chris has participated in deals totaling over $1 Billion, including such notable transactions as the sale of the Ottawa Senators Hockey Club and the sale of a division of the Canadian Red Cross to establish Canadian Blood Services.