The Centre for Health and Safety Innovation (CHSI) invites you to attend their FREE Safety Speaker Series:
5 Workplace Lessons to Save Your Life!
6:00 – 9:00 PM
Wednesday, January 15th, 2014
5110 Creekbank Road, Mississauga
5 Presenters, 5 Industries, each with a story that could save your life!
Join CHSI and other professionals within the industry for our first annual Safety Speaker Series. Our night will start off with complimentary beverages, booth displays and networking from 6:00- 7:00 PM. This will also give you the opportunity to visit our sponsors and presenters displays with important health and safety information.
At 7:00 PM the presentations will begin! 5 leading industry professionals each who will share a lesson they learned throughout their career relating to workplace safety. Whether you have a physically or emotionally challenging career or not, our speakers will leave you wondering how you ever survived without their help.
Dan Maksymiu a Consultant with Infrastructure Health & Safety Association shares his personal struggle after a fall from a 30ft ladder that left him injured, alone and unemployed. His struggle to literally pick himself back up showcases the importance of safety education.
Sean Scott the Senior District HSE Manager at PCL Construction will explore how in his industry proper planning can minimize the impact of an incident and save a life!
Hillarie Klass a Consultant with Public Services Health &Safety Association will share her experience with a flood evacuation of a long-term care facility and evaluate the importance of emergency planning and mitigating risks to save lives.
Andrew Harkness with Workplace Safety & Prevention Services opens up about a worker’s suicide. His story will walk us through the process of mental health education, how to evaluate your workplace, develop a plan for long term changes and demonstrate the ongoing battle with mental health in any industry.
Dan Suess a Consultant at Workplace Safety North shares his story of an incident at a chemical plant that resulted in the tragic death of a colleague. Understanding the root cause of incidents and near misses has never been so imperative.