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March 10, 2022 | Online | 10:00 am – 4:30 pm ET






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For more information visit: https://headversity.com/

For more information visit: https://www.alcumus.com/en-gb/

We don’t just sell safety supplies or service equipment. We find the best solutions from manufacturers who’ve been in the business for decades. We train our technicians to service the equipment to keep your business running. We offer safety equipment rentals so you don’t have to store items you only use once or twice a year. We can also train your team on equipment or concepts like confined space or working at heights so they are confident in every job they do.

For more information visit: https://www.levitt-safety.com/

Blackline Safety is a global connected safety technology leader headquartered in Calgary (Canada) and Colchester (UK) with offices in Houston (USA), Lille (France) and Dubai (UAE). Our talented team of designers and engineers combine their drive for innovation with data-driven customer feedback to create, manufacture and manage our award-winning portfolio of gas detectors. area monitors, and lone worker devices in-house. These connected devices, coupled with our safety software, data analytics and reporting, risk mitigation and operational efficiency, allow us to pivot and adapt quickly to changing market needs.

For more information visit: https://www.blacklinesafety.com/

The University of Calgary is expected to achieve focused outcomes that support and encourage engagement, economic, social, and cultural prosperity, and are valuable to all Albertans.

For more information visit https://ucalgary.ca/

Avetta leads the world in connecting leading global organizations across several industries, including oil/gas, telecom, construction materials, facilities management and many others, with qualified and vetted suppliers, contractors and vendors. We contribute to the advancement of our clients’ sustainable growth by protecting supply chains from a wide range of potential risks through trusted contractor prequalification, safety training and monitoring, regulatory compliance, insurance/financial stability and other areas of risk.

The company brings unmatched access and visibility to its clients’ supply chain risk management process through its innovative and configurable technology, coupled with highly experienced human knowledge and insight. Avetta currently serves more than 450 enterprise companies and 100K suppliers across 120+ countries.

For more information visit https://www.avetta.com/

Bringing hope and healing.

The Association for Workplace Tragedy Family Support, known as Threads of Life, is a Canadian registered charity dedicated to supporting families after a workplace fatality, life-altering injury or occupational disease. Our network of family members and corporate partners believes traumatic workplace injuries, occupational diseases and deaths are preventable.

For more information visit https://threadsoflife.ca/

MCR Safety has forty-five years of experience as a leader in the field of personal protective equipment (PPE). Our assortment of offerings includes gloves, glasses, and garments that are made from the highest quality materials available to ensure maximum safety, comfort, and style.

For more information visit https://www.mcrsafety.com/

At Brasco, our business was founded upon three guiding principles: ambition, industriousness and a relentless commitment to challenging the status quo. Backed by industry experts and safety advocates, our team is led by professionals who don’t only talk the talk, but walk the walk. When decisions are made around here, we start with you. Whether we’re sourcing a new piece of safety wear or making a pivotal business decision, our first, and last question, is always – how will this serve our customer? That’s why we’re able to provide the high-quality PPE that we do, and why it’s only ever long-lasting, reliable equipment that’s comfortable to wear and looks great.

For more information visit:  https://brascosafety.com/

OHS professionals work in and support a wide range of industries such as construction, energy, mining, utilities and health care. It is important to recognize that gender imbalances exist in the OHS profession and in certain industries more than others. Women in OHS can face unique challenges that our male colleagues may not. For example:

  • Female safety professionals are often working in male-dominated industries and face concerns around personal safety when working in remote locations and/or living in camps.
  • Issues related to diversity, inclusion, harassment, and discrimination in the workplace are unfortunately, a reality that many women will face. Resources and information on how to effectively navigate these challenges are critical.
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE) is usually tailored to men, so finding equipment that fits a woman’s body properly can be a challenge.
  • Women often are not provided the same mentorship and sponsorship opportunities as their male colleagues.

These are just a few of the reasons why a group of like-minded OHS professionals, all women, representing various industry sectors, got together and formed the Women in Occupational Health & Safety Society (WOHSS). We wanted to provide a safe place for women to hold difficult conversations without the fear of being judged. We wanted to be a part of making things better for those women coming up behind us.

Incorporated as a not-for-profit society in 2017, WOHSS is a grass-roots organization dedicated to supporting women working in OHS in Canada. The mission of WOHSS is support women working in OHS through education, mentoring, resources and connection. Building women’s networking groups and recognising gender issues within a profession can increase awareness, promote person growth and drive positive advancement.

With over 350 members across Canada, WOHSS welcomes women (and men) at all stages of their career, from OHS students just starting out to those in senior executive roles. WOHSS hosts several events and networking sessions including: OHS-focused presentations, diversity and inclusion events, volunteering to support women in need, participation in the Steps for Life walk and informal networking events.

Empowered women empower women.

For more information, visit: wohss.com.