Skip to Content
View site list


Pre-Bid Projects

Pre-Bid Projects

Click here to see Canada’s most comprehensive listing of projects in conceptual and planning stages


Partners in Prevention conference focuses on building sustainable workplaces

Partners in Prevention conference focuses on building sustainable workplaces

OTTAWA — The Partners in Prevention (PIP) Conference series, hosted by Workplace Safety and Prevention Services (WSPS), is returning June 13 in Ottawa.

There is a mounting body of evidence that health and safety focused organizations are outperforming their counterparts, particularly when it comes to navigating the complex stressors currently challenging the business sector, indicates a release.

Topics at the conference will include:

  • Due diligence in hybrid work environments
  • Managing impairment in the workplace
  • De-escalation and mental harm prevention
  • Legal and legislative updates
  • Creating psychologically safe workplaces

Dr. Joel Moody, Ontario’s chief prevention officer, and Sandra Lawson, assistant deputy minister in the fair, safe and healthy workplaces division at the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development, will discuss the five-year Ontario Health and Safety Prevention Works strategy with data and trends for eastern Ontario.

Underwater explorer, photographer, and author Jill Heinerth will present the afternoon keynote discussing navigating high risk situations. The trade show returns to showcase technical innovations and specialized expertise with a multi-vendor marketplace.

“A collective commitment to the safety, health and wellbeing of the workforce is imperative if we want to foster more resilient and sustainable workplaces,” said Kiran Kapoor, vice-president of service delivery with WSPS, in a statement. “Bringing experts with cross functional perspectives together to address complex issues, the PIP agenda is customized to help businesses develop a framework for a sustainable path forward with workable tools to manage risk and strengthen health and safety strategies.”

For more information visit

Recent Comments

comments for this post are closed

You might also like