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Free half day seminar on “Building a Culture of Health and Safety”

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May 12, 2017
UBC Okanagan University Centre (UNC) Room 200 - 3333 University Way, Kelowna, BC V1V 1V7

You’re invited to this NAOSH week seminar on “Building a Culture of Health and Safety.” This half day event will held at The University of British Columbia Okanagan campus in Kelowna from 8:00 to 11:30AM.
The benefits of a positive workplace culture can’t be ignored. This workshop provides safety professionals, human resource professionals, supervisors, management leaders and others with basic principles to help you engage your organization in building a culture of health and safety. Join our accomplished community speakers Graham Lowe and Tracey Hawthorn as they share their insights and perspectives on achieving safer, healthier and more productive workplaces.
“Make Safety a Habit” and participate with us in North American Occupational Safety and Health (NAOSH) Week 2017. NAOSH week is May 7-13.

Speaking will be

Graham Lowe: “Guiding principles for a healthy and safe workplace culture.”
Graham Lowe is president of The Graham Lowe Group Inc., a workplace consulting and research firm. He also is a professor emeritus at the University of Alberta, where he had a distinguished academic career. Graham has three decades of organizational, labour market, and employment policy consulting experience. He is the author of several books, including Creating Healthy Organizations: How Vibrant Workplaces Inspire Employees to Achieve Sustainable Success.

Tracey Hawthorn: “Wellbeing”
Tracey holds degrees in Kinesiology and Physiotherapy. She is currently the Work Re-Integration and Accommodation Program & Wellbeing Coordinator on UBC’s Okanagan Campus. She is the lead for a Community of Practice Group for Psychological Health and Safety within Canadian Universities and Colleges. She also leads an Employer’s Community of Practice Group on Psychological Safety and Health in the Workplace.

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