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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.
Please join us for a day of learning, discussions, and networking at 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, one-day event will bring together stakeholders in post-secondary health and safety education. Through the expertise of professionals from government and industry, post-secondary educators, and recent graduates, you will engage in the following:
health and safety management concepts, strategies, teaching modules, and case studies for immediate integration into curricula
safety culture advancement in academia and industry
business case for health and safety leadership in administration and project management
occupational health and safety law for academics
new graduate attributes desired by government and industry in terms of health and safety
The U of R and Minerva invite engineering, business, and all other disciplines to attend. (For Professional Engineers, attendance can be credited towards lifelong learning requirements).
Registration is required, and closes April 20. Refreshments and lunch will be provided. The day's agenda will be made available as details are finalized.
Should you have any questions, feel free to contact Lauren.Bradshaw@uregina.ca.
AGENDA: Education Building room 616 (Dr. Stilling students, please meet 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
11:45 Lunch and Poster Viewing
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