The Mensa Education & Research Foundation has selected David Smith of Saskatchewan, Canada, for two of its international awards. He is the 2014 recipient of the Foundation's International Intellectual Benefits to Society Award and the Copper Black International Award for Creative Achievement. He was presented the honors at the American Mensa Annual Gathering awards ceremony held in Boston.
"Mr. Smith has provided a valuable tool to potentially increase safety for a whole industry," said Dave Remine, President of the Mensa Foundation. "The Mensa Foundation recognizes intelligence and the ability that individuals like Mr. Smith have to look at a common challenge and develop uncommon solutions."
Smith received the 2014 International Intellectual Benefits to Society Award for developing a behavior modification training system which enables more than 23,000 people throughout North America and around the world to work with electricity safely and more efficiently.
Using his unique behavior modification training system, over 23,000 people throughout North America and around the world are able to work with electricity safely and more efficiently, without injury.