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Safety 2.0: Managing Workplace Safety After the Pandemic

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Special one-time discount (effective until April 30, 2023): Register and pay for your first OHS program course, sign up for a free webinar, and you'll qualify for $200 off your second course!

This event is part of our "Let's Talk Safety" webinar series

The Covid-19 pandemic has created much hardship, heartache, loss, and suffering. Employees were laid off, furloughed, and forced to work form home. In many companies, safety went into suspended animation. The safety community suffered layoffs. Many safety program elements were halted or stalled.

We have turned the corner on Covid-19 and there is reason for hope and optimism. Things are slowly returning to normal as the virus moves from pandemic to endemic. Companies are working towards getting things back to normal. The big "reboot" is on, and this applies to our safety programs as much as anything. As part of the post-pandemic safety renaissance or reboot, we need to be reminded of the basics. 

During this webinar, you will learn:

  • The foundations of safety management
  • The top 10 safety program elements that need your attention in the coming year

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Presenter: Glyn Jones
Cost:
Free

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About the presenter

Glyn Jones, M.A.Sc, P.Eng, CIH, CRSP, is a partner at EHS Partnerships Ltd. in Calgary, Alberta. He is a consulting occupational health and safety professional with 35 years of experience in the field and has presented at numerous conferences. In addition to teaching in the UNB OHS program, Glyn has been teaching occupational health and safety for a number of Canadian universities for 25 years.

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