1st Annual Northern BC Safety Conference

Thank you to everyone – especially the generous industry sponsors – who made this conference possible. Please read our WRAP-UP Publication!


 

Saturday, May 30, 2015  Agenda

CN Centre – Kin 1
Prince George, BC

All conference participants must register by end of day May 21th.  Please go to https://secure.masterpromotions.ca/CNRE2015/?NBCSC15 to register.

Thanks to generous sponsorship from the forest industry, this conference will be free for all attendees. If you are interested in sponsoring the conference please read the Sponsorship Opportunity document or email nbcsc@bcforestsafe.org .

Click here for a map the CN Centre and a link to the venue webpage.

Driving Safety Home

Join us for an exciting conference that will give you practical information and tools to help you manage safety challenges at work. Presentations will provide the latest information on high risk activities such as distraction in the workplace and effective supervision of new and young workers. Lunch will be provided to conference delegates.

This conference is suitable for all workers, supervisors and owners working in the forest industry in Northern BC.

 

Conference highlights will include presentations by:

Other presentations topics include fatigue, incident investigation and driving safety.

The conference organizing committee is made up of people from across the industry including licensee, contractor, supplier, WorkSafeBC and BC Forest Safety representatives.

The conference is being held in partnership with the Canada North Resource Expo (CNRE). Registration for the Northern BC Safety Conference includes access to the CNRE.

Don’t forget to visit the Health, Wellness and Safety Zone trade show booths at the CNRE.

File attachments
Northern BC Safety Conference 2015 - Sponsorship Opportunities.pdf
Conference Agenda

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