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OH&S professionals to reflect on one year of COVID-19 in Workplace Safety North webinar

OH&S professionals to reflect on one year of COVID-19 in Workplace Safety North webinar

NORTH BAY, ONT. — It’s been over a year since the COVID-19 pandemic began in Canada and Workplace Safety North (WSN) is hosting a webinar on lessons learned over the past year with health and safety professionals from three industries: mining, education and not-for profit.

The free Feed Your Brain lunch and learn webinar titled Reflecting on one year of COVID-19, will take place on Wednesday, March 24, from 12 to 1 p.m. ET.

Participants will hear from specialists in workplace safety who will discuss how the pandemic has shifted priorities; changed the way we work and the world in which we work; talk about the lessons they learned adapting to the restrictions and fears surrounding the pandemic; and key takeaways they will be bringing with them into the post-vaccination world.

Speakers include Karen McKissick, co-ordinator of safety for the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board; Don Langlois, manager of workplace health and disability management at Vale; and Elisha Malette, a health and safety specialist with WSN.

The webinar will be hosted by Angele Poitras, WSN community engagement specialist who is also a certified psychological health and safety adviser.

Participants are encouraged to ask questions in the webinar or pre-submit a question upon registering. Topics will include personal stories with tangible takeaways and lessons learned; how to build resilience, pivot and bounce back; and the importance of mental health and wellness strategies and supports.

For more information visit https://www.workplacesafetynorth.ca/events/event/feed-your-brain-lunch-and-learn-webinar-series-reflecting-one-year-covid-19

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