24-Feb-2021 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM - Introduction to the Elements of Change Management

CSSE has partnered with Minerva Safety Management Education to present:

Introduction to the Elements of Change Management 

Change can introduce many risks into an organization and 2020 has certainly been a year of change. Minerva’s 2021 webinars will be dedicated to discussing change management and actions that organizations can take to thrive through many types of changes. This webinar series will consider change in various sectors including mining, automotive, chemical and education.

 The first in the series will introduce the elements of change management, what it means, its importance and the types of incidents that can happen without strong change management processes. The webinar will discuss best practices for managing change and the associated risks that must be considered. Real world examples will be shared from the Mining sector, including discussion on system implementation timelines with associated challenges and successes. Whether you are just starting to build your change management system or looking to improve your existing one, this is a webinar you won’t want to miss.

Glenn Lyle

Glenn Lyle is a Professional Engineer based in Sudbury, Ontario. Glenn earned a B.Sc and M.Sc in Mining Engineering from Queens University in Kingston.  Throughout his career, he has dedicated 33 years to Vale (formerly INCO) in various capacities, most notably in engineering, operations and safety.  In 2009 he joined the Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) as a Research and Development Director, managing and seeking collaborative research projects.  For the past eight years, he has worked as a Director with MIRARCO Mining Innovation, a not-for-profit applied research organization located on Laurentian University campus, delivering innovative solutions to mining industry challenges. With MIRARCO, Glenn works in the field of Health, Safety and Risk Management, with focuses in the delivery of the Global Mining Industry Risk Management Program (GMIRM) training, safety risk management facilitation, and the evaluation and recommendation of health and safety research projects. Glenn is also an active participant in the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) and is currently Chair of the newly formed Health and Safety Society and an Executive Director of the Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability (MER) Society. Glenn is also part of the CIM Distinguished lecturer program.

Maxime Dufour

Maxime Dufour is a Safety Manager at Rio Tinto with more than 15 years experience in various HSE roles in operational and corporate environment.  Recognised for his safety technical skills, his abilities in coaching leaders, his passion for people and supporting changes in a constantly evolving environment.  Maxime has supported several transitions ranging from introducing new equipment to organizational changes. 

Webinar Highlights / Objectives
-Learn about the elements of change management and their importance to organizations, particularly through times of uncertainty
-Hear about new research in managing safety and risk
-Gain tips on how to implement change management systems in your organization
-Engage with influencers in the Mining sector who are embracing and thriving with change

 Who Should Attend:
-Business and Academic safety and risk managers
-Workplace wellness and health and safety practitioners
-Government and NGO leaders

About Minerva Canada Safety Management Education Inc.

Minerva Canada Safety Management Education Inc. is a not-for-profit volunteer organization dedicated to advancing Health and Safety education in post-secondary institutions and the only organization of its kind in North America. It develops teaching modules, case studies for academia, sponsors student projects as well as conducts professor Learning Forums and student award programs. Minerva has developed an online certificate program in Health and Safety for engineering and other post-secondary students with its university partners. To learn more please feel free to reach out via   [email protected]

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