TORONTO - PSHSA (Public Services Health & Safety Association) is pleased to announce its 2022-23 Annual General Meeting, to be held in Toronto on September 28, 2023. The event will take place at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), providing attendees with a unique experience in this never-before-used venue.
The theme of this year's meeting is "Connected," highlighting PSHSA's commitment to fostering collaboration and creating safe and healthy workplaces across Ontario. By exploring the interplay of external and internal connections, PSHSA aims to empower workplaces to be agile, innovative, and at the forefront of worker health and safety.
In addition to gaining insights into PSHSA's efforts in connecting with sector employers, employees, and organizations, attendees will have the opportunity to network with fellow industry professionals. PSHSA recognizes the value of building a network in promoting a shared vision of workplace safety and health.
The event will feature renowned speakers Dr. Joel Moody, Ontario's Chief Prevention Officer and Assistant Deputy Minister for the Ministry of Labour, Immigration, and Training and Skills Development, and Dr. Janet Morrison, a respected expert in leadership and transformational change. Dr. Morrison will share her knowledge on the foundational importance of wellbeing for personal and professional flourishing.
Details of the Annual General Meeting:
Thursday, September 28, 2023, 8 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health
McCain Centre for Complex Care
1025 Queen Street West, 2nd floor
(Entrance off Queen Street West or Workman Way; Street parking or onsite parking off Shaw)
Register to attend in person
For those who cannot join us in person, PSHSA is also live-streaming via Zoom Sessions. Register to join online
The deadline to register is September 11.
Public Services Health & Safety Association (PSHSA) is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development and is committed to creating safe work environments and promoting healthy workers in Ontario. By providing training, consulting and resources to employers and workers in the Ontario public and broader public sector, the PSHSA works to reduce workplace risks and prevent occupational injuries and illnesses. Always innovating, the PSHSA develops forward-thinking occupational health and safety solutions that educate, inform, and inspire better workplaces by staying ahead of evolving needs, knowledge, and trends, leveraging digital capabilities and adopting new and emerging technologies.