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Tuesday, September 18, 2018 (3:15 pm - 4:30 pm)

Session
6A

Date
Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Time
3:15 pm - 4:30 pm

Classification
Intermediate

Title of Presentation
The Bubble is Burst - 5 years later - Sustaining your Corporate Mental Health Journey

Session Description
Although more mainstream than it was 5 years ago, it remains difficult to find the nuts and bolts to create and sustain a mental health support program for your employee. This presentation is a compelling and real-life sequel to the 2013 Presentation: 'Burst Your Bubble - Implementing a Mental Health Program', where the original presenters return to report on where they are now and how they got there.

Learning Objectives
Create a plan to establish a multi-faceted mental health program.
Integrate a mental health program into their existing employee support programs.
Use strategic change to confidently address an overwhelming challenge.


Speakers

  Mr. Will Stratford
Manager of Health, Safety, Environment & Sustainability

Company
Waterloo North Hydro

Bio
Will Stratford has been the Manager of HSE and Sustainability for 10 years at Waterloo North Hydro. Prior to that he was co-owner of an Health and Safety consulting company in Waterloo. As with all of us, Will has been touched by mental illness and has become a grassroots advocate.



  Ms. Danielle Stewart
Service Delivery Consultant

Company
Workplace Safety and Prevention Services

Bio
Danielle currently works as a Consultant for Workplace Safety and Prevention Services where she is a member of the Organizational Health Team, a member of the Board of Directors for the Ontario Workplace Health Coalition and trained Mental Health First Aid Instructor. Danielle completed her Undergraduate and Masters Degrees at Wilfrid Laurier University. While studying, Danielle founded Laurier’s first mental health awareness program entitled “Burst Your Bubble”. The program was later adopted by the University of Waterloo and other neighboring universities and workplaces.

Session
6B

Date
Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Time
3:15 pm - 4:30 pm

Classification
All Audiences

Title of Presentation
Turning Back - Making Difficult Decisions

Session Description
In 2012, Tom Munro was trekking to the Mt. Everest Base Camp and had to make a difficult decision.  Turn back and give up on a dream, or keep going and risk his well being.  This presentation talks about making difficult decisions and how those decisions are made every day by our work forces.

Learning Objectives
Understand what happens when individuals have to make difficult decisions in light of risk.
Understand how we can communicate to our work forces about those decisions.
Identify how we can make those difficult decisions easier on everyone.


Speakers

  Mr. Thomas Munro
President/Senior Consultant

Company
Bulldog Safety Management Ltd.

Bio
Tom is a safety professional with more than 20 years experience in a variety of industries including municipal operations, upstream oil and gas construction, heavy industrial construction, pipeline construction and operations and power generation operations. Tom's experience has focused on senior leadership, systems development and implementation, and the growth of teams of exceptional safety professionals.

Since 2014, Tom has been providing clients with a safety management services in a variety of industries across Canada.

Session
6C

Date
Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Time
3:15 pm - 4:30 pm

Classification
All Audiences

Title of Presentation
Risk Registers: A Qualitative Look at a Semi-Quantitative Tool

Session Description
The intent of this presentation is to introduce risk registers conceptually to those in the audience who may not be familiar with them, or a refresher for those who would like to review the use of risk registers. Pacific Safety will also provide some practical and technical examples that look at the components of risk, and risk registers, their value, and how they can be used simply, or in a more complex fashion.

Since 2012 Pacific Safety has developed risk registers for a wide range of clients across a number of industries including construction, marine, aviation, and performing arts amongst others. Whether these registers have leaned towards qualitative, or quantitative, the clients we have worked with have seen significant value in the use of these risk registers as a hazard catalogue, and risk management tool. Using interactive dialogue, and technology to engage the audience, Pacific Safety would like review the key aspects of a risk register, how scaleable they can be, while also gauging how peers in the audience approach hazard and risk management.

Throughout the presentation Pacific Safety will be providing some perspective and feedback from work with their clients to date and taking the audience through the anatomy of a risk register, and encouraging participation in a short workshop designed to get the audience involved in completing a risk register. A key concept will be the value in using a semi-quantitative risk register for complex, or high risk activities to systematically break down and manage risk.

Those attending the presentation should receive a general understanding of the value of a risk register, an overview of the basic components of a risk register and complexities of advanced risk registers, experience completing a risk register, references to additional resources.

Learning Objectives
Understand the value of a risk register.
Identify the key components of a risk register.
Design and use a risk register.


Speaker

  Mr. Scott Lescak
Senior Safety Advisor - Consulting Services Manager 

Company
Pacific Safety 

Bio
Scott Lescak, is a Senior Advisor and Consulting Services Manager at Pacific Safety. Scott used his background in health and safety auditing to start working with management systems in 2000. He has designed, implemented and managed safety and environmental systems and projects for a number of employers and clients in a wide spectrum of industries for close to 20 years. Having spent 10 years working in the UK, he moved into the Vancouver mining industry in 2010 and into consulting in 2012 and has since enjoyed working with a diverse client group in construction, aviation, marine and performing arts industries.


Mr. Fernando De Melo
Principal Consultant - CEO

Company
Pacific Safety

Bio
With over 25 years' experience as a safety professional and a real passion for working with people, Fernando founded Pacific Safety in 2008. His vision was to attract like-minded, high performing safety professionals who shared his passion and want to help reducing risk, eliminating harm, and increasing wellness in the workplace.

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