For those of you wanting a copy of the slides used in today’s Presentation…here they are:
The Canadian Society of Safety Engineering is pleased to announce that submissions are now being accepted for the 2015 OHSE Bursary Program. The program will be offering bursaries up to a maximum of $500.00 in support of students who have successfully registered in a 1, 2 or 3 year OHSE program (full-time or part-time) at the undergraduate level at an accredited university or college in Canada. As part of our ongoing objective to support people who have chosen to pursue a career in Occupational Health and Safety, we are pleased to award this bursary.
CSSE initiated the bursary program with the following aims:
• To promote and further the education of Canadian college and university students attending programs in the field of Occupational Health and Safety;
• To establish and encourage the highest standards among those preparing to enter the Occupational Health and Safety profession;
• To provide an incentive for college and university students to commit themselves to their education as well as to their communities and families;
• To broaden the attraction of the Occupational Health and Safety profession to a wide variety of students in various socio-economic circumstances.
For more details, and the application form, please visit http://www.csse.org.
CSSE Awards Committee
I am humbled by the honor. Thank you!
After being nominated by their peers, the recipients listed below were chosen by their local chapters and are now in the running for regional and national awards. We would like to thank all the nominees and recipients for their dedication to making Canada a safer place in which to live and work.
– 1Life Workplace Safety & Health Ltd.
– Jennifer Ruszkowski
– Lisa Vogt
– One Workplace at a Time Team
– Safe Saskatchewan & Work Safe Saskatchewan
– Edmonton CBRNE Joint Exercise
– Alan Quilley
– Dan Trottier
– George Pappas
– Jerald Richelhoff
– John MacLean
– Scott Izon
– Mark Balsom
– Will Putz
– Chris Banbury
– Drew Douglas
– Kevin Bisson
– Paul DeGraff
– Aiport Tunnel, Calgary
– Sandvik Materials Technology
– Shashi Assanand
Contact Info: CSSE, 39 River Street, Toronto, ON Canada M5A 3P1 | 416-646-1600 | 877-446-2674 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday Sept. 15th 1:00 – 4:30 pm
CSSE 2013 PDC – Montreal, Quebec – September 15-18, 2013
Hope to see you all at this year’s CSSE Professional Development Conference.
Adventures in Making Safety Personal – A How-to Approach that WORKS
The workshop is designed to teach participants a proven process of engaging workers and managers in creating their own safety and the safety of others. Techniques described will be tangible, take away processes that can be used by the participants to assist them in motivating and inspiring their company staff to do safety for the right reasons and to commit to real, personal activities that create safety.