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Is Health and Safety Risk On Your Board's Agenda?

The Conference Board of Canada, September 25, 2013
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The Conference Board of Canada and The Directors College are pleased to present Is Health and Safety Risk On Your Board's Agenda? A special webinar with Elizabeth Mills, inaugural President and Chief Executive Officer of Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS).

Webinar Highlights

Health and safety in any organization must be a part of the board discussion on risk management, corporate social responsibility, performance and strategy. Understanding the risks and mitigation strategies can have a global effect for business and brand value. The four major areas of health and safety in any organization include mental health and safety, physical health and safety, cultural health and safety, and risk mitigation.

In this 45-minute webinar you will:

  • Understand the vital role directors play in starting the conversation on health and safety issues
  • Learn  the critical questions to ask at every boardroom table
  • Learn how to help your CEO move your organization beyond compliance

About Elizabeth

photo of Elizabeth MillsWSPS is a not-for-profit organization with a mandate to meet the health and safety needs of 154,000 businesses in the agricultural, manufacturing and service industries, representing 3.8 million employees across Ontario. Elizabeth Mills is a Chartered Director and an executive with over 16 years of association experience and executive leadership. She was CEO of the Ontario Service Safety Alliance until she led it through a 2010 amalgamation with Industrial Accident Prevention Association and Farm Safety Association to become WSPS.

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