Keeping Youth and Vulnerable Workers Safe in the New Economy

The Conference Board of Canada, March 5, 2020
Recorded Webinar
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Between globalization, technological advances, and demographic shifts the working world is in a constant state of evolution. Due to these continuing challenges, employers must adapt their workplaces to this new economy.

Webinar Highlights

So, how do you differentiate yourself in this new world? This recorded webinar shares tips on the issues to consider when attracting and retaining young and new workers:

  • Ensuring healthy, diverse and respectful work environments
  • A focus on occupational safety and health injuries (workers new to a job are 3 times more likely to be injured in their first month than experienced workers)
  • Resources to manage stressful working conditions
  • Consideration for work-life conflict
  • Training & mentorship programs
  • Purposeful work with a visible career path

This webinar is made available to you in partnership with Minerva Canada, a not-for-profit volunteer organization dedicated to advancing Health and Safety education in Canadian post-secondary teaching institutions and The Conference Board of Canada’s Health and Safety Leadership Centre.

About Minerva Canada

Minerva Canada is a not for profit volunteer organization dedicated to advancing Health and Safety education in post-secondary institutions and the only organization of its kind in North America. It develops teaching modules, case studies for academia, sponsors student projects as well as conducts professor Learning Forums and student award programs. It is in the process of developing an online certificate program in Health and Safety for engineering and other post-secondary students with its university partners.

About the Health and Safety Leadership Centre

The Conference Board’s Health and Safety Leadership Centre (HSLC) supports the continuous improvement of healthy and safe workplaces. It is founded on the principle that effective health and safety leadership is essential to the operation of a successful business. Membership of the Centre is represented by senior leaders in health and safety from across Canada.

About George

George Marshall is the Chief Executive Officer for Service Hospitality. Service Hospitality works with the 4,100 employers in the Service & Hospitality industries in Saskatchewan to reduce workplace injuries and the associated costs of those injuries.

About Ron

Ron Kelusky is Ontario's Chief Prevention Officer within the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development. He addresses occupational health and safety by establishing a provincial strategy, setting province-wide training and safety programs standards, and working with Ontario's health and safety system partners to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses and fatalities.

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