PPE for Women: Don’t ‘shrink it and pink it’ – real solutions to keep all workers safe
March 23, 2023 at
Research from the CSA Group found just six per cent of Canadian women say the personal protective equipment (PPE) they wear is designed for them.
That has led them to make troubling modifications, using things like duct tape, to get through the day. This compromises the safety of the workers, as the modifications may be making the PPE less effective.
Join OHS Canada on March 23, 2023, as we bring together experts to address the issue head on and discuss solutions to ensure all workers are getting the proper equipment they need to stay safe on the job.
This half-day educational forum is an exclusive opportunity to position your organization as a leader in the design and implementation of inclusive PPE and to show support for women in the workplace as organizations pause to celebrate International Women’s Day.
Interested in sponsorship opportunities? Contact Silvana Maiolo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Schedule subject to change
Frequently Asked Questions About PPE for Women: Don’t ‘shrink it and pink it’ – real solutions to keep all workers safe
When & Where?PPE for Women: Don’t ‘shrink it and pink it’ – real solutions to keep all workers safe will take place virtually via Zoom Webinar on March 23, 2023 at 1:30pm ET.
There will be a 15 minute break between live sessions.
Why Virtual?The safety and wellbeing of our employees, customers, and community is our number one priority. By making this event an online experience, it eliminates the need for attendees and sponsors to travel in-person, while enabling them to still benefit from the event content.
What’s Included?Your registration provides you with access to watch the virtual keynote, all live sessions, and on-demand recorded content and product demonstrations.
How do I access?We will email you an access link to the virtual event the morning of March 23, 2023.
If you don’t see an access link in your email inbox, please check your junk folder. If you are still unable to locate the email, contact Tara Jacobs.