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STUDENT REGISTRATION: University of Regina-Minerva Canada Safety Forum
Tue, 25 April 2017, 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM CST
NOTE: Online registration has closed. If interested in attending, please contact Lauren.Bradshaw@uregina.ca to see if space is still available.
For Dr. Stilling's Students:
Please join us to view the presentations and panel discussions of the University of Regina-Minerva Safety Forum. The U of R is honoured host with Minerva Canada, which is a not-for-profit organization for advancing health and safety education in post-secondary institutions.
This FREE event will bring together stakeholders in post-secondary health and safety education. This includes professionals from government and industry, post-secondary educators, and recent graduates.
AGENDA: Viewing for Dr. Stilling students in ED 558
8:00 Registration / Networking / Breakfast
8:30 Welcoming / Opening Remarks - Esam Hussein, Dean, Faculty of Engineering & Applied Science
8:45 Introduction to Minerva and Forum Objectives - Tony Pasteris/Peter Sturm, Minerva Canada
9:00 "Importance of Injury Prevention Education & Current Issues: A Cultural Perspective in Saskatchewan" - Gord Moker, CEO Safe Saskatchewan
10:00 Creating a Health and Safety Culture in Academia and Industry - Gord Winkel, Director, Davee and Joan Lynch School of Engineering Safety & Risk Management, University of Alberta, former VP Syncrude Canada
10:45 Introduction to Minerva Teaching Modules and Case Studies: Safety Management Systems and Leadership, Safety in Team Design, WorkSmart Campus, and Mental Health preview - Tony Pasteris/Peter Sturm, Minerva Canada; Doug Ruth, University of Manitoba
1:00 Panel Discussion: Esam Hussein, Gord Winkel, Doug Ruth; Rob Stables, Great Dane Engineering; Nick Lorenzen, Graham Construction. Facilitated by Peter Sturm.
2:30 Occupational Health and Safety Law: What Academics Need to Know - Tavengwa Runyowa, Runyowa Law
3:30 Integrating Health and Safety into Curriculum at the University of Manitoba: CEAB Attributes and Impact on Health and Safety - Doug Ruth
4:15 Closing Remarks