Toronto, ON – Delegates to the new conference and trade show in September will have a unique opportunity to share knowledge in dozens of occupational health, safety and environmental subjects by participating in sponsored town hall seminars, attending educational seminars by industry experts, as well as peer-to-peer round-table discussion groups. This participatory approach is being used to offer more than the typical existing methods employed in similar events. “Learning becomes more meaningful when applied from real life experiences”, says Nate Bright, Event Manager and founder of the conference. “Delegates will learn, share, connect with peers, suppliers and discover solutions for the many challenges that we face in safety and environmental issues every day”.
Mr. Bright has assembled a conference advisory committee that includes individuals from organizations such as Canadian Standards Association, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety, Conference Board of Canada, Institute for Work and Health, Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine, Occupational Safety Group, Levitt Safety and Electrolab.
Mr. Bright says, “In an effort to attract a national audience of delegates, interactive feature areas on the trade show floor will host live product demonstrations, a ‘Best in Show’ product showcase, material handling innovations demonstrations, a hands-on ergonomic ‘test-drive,’ and advances in environmental safety. With a networking cocktail reception and lots of great prize draws, the trade show is sure to be lively and well attended.”
About HSE Canada 2011
HSE Canada 2011 is an annual conference and trade show designed for occupational health, safety and environment professionals and those responsible for making Canadian companies more “green” in the future. It will take place September 27-28 at the Metro Toronto Convention Center. Event Manager, Nate Bright, has 15 years of trade show experience, including 5 years as the Team Lead for the IAPA Conference and Trade Show. Further delegate and exhibitor information can be found at www.hsecanada.ca