Council for Safe Workplaces
The field of workplace health and safety is constantly evolving. So are the risks that impact employee safety. Can your organization stay ahead of the curve?
Stay current with emerging health and safety topics and innovative solutions. The Council for Safe Workplaces (CSW) provides a confidential venue where senior and executive health and safety professionals can come together for peer-to-peer sharing and learning. With impactful insights from thought leaders, experts, and peers, this council is your source for leading-edge, evidence-based workplace safety information. Join CSW today.
Who Should Join?
CSW welcomes executives, senior leaders, and directors responsible for health and safety in their organizations. Members are drawn from various sectors across Canada to ensure comprehensive, inclusive discussions.
- Create a space for facilitated dialogue and peer-to-peer knowledge-sharing on timely and relevant health and safety topics with thought leaders from across Canada.
- Present sessions with leading health and safety experts and practitioners who stay on top of emerging and contemporary topics and offer innovative and practical solutions.
- Establish a welcoming and engaged community of health and safety professionals where members can grow their connections to better meet their organization’s safety objectives.
Benefits of Membership
|Networking||Connect with experts||Research|
|Expand your network of health and safety peers and develop productive, trusted relationships in an intimate and confidential forum.||Hear from recognized experts and practitioners through interactive presentations and round table discussions, gaining tangible learnings you can take back to your organization.||Keep your finger on the pulse of health and safety trends with access to The Conference Board of Canada’s workplace health events and research.|
For more information about the Council for Safe Workplaces or to arrange for a guest invitation to attend one of our meetings, please contact our team.
From 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET; after hours, please send an e-mail.
Alberta Health Services
Alberta Municipal Health & Safety Association
Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals
Bruce Power LP
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
Canadian Society of Safety Engineering
Fraser Health Authority
Marine Atlantic Inc.
Mental Health Commission of Canada
Minerva Canada Safety Management Education Inc.
Power Workers’ Union
Public Services Health & Safety Association (PSHSA)
Steps to Success Counselling
The City of Calgary
Workplace Safety & Prevention Services
Yukon Public Service Commission
Staff Officer / Health & Safety Power Workers’ Union
Executive Director, Alberta Municipal Health and Safety Association (AMHSA)
Vice President of Operations, Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
Vice-President, Government Relations, Workplace Safety & Prevention Services
Angela M. Francoeur
Director of Strategic Planning, WorkSafeNB
Henrietta Van hulle
RN, BN, MHSM, COHN(c), CRSP, CDMP, Vice President, Client Outreach Public Services Health & Safety Association (PSHSA)
President & CEO, WSPS
I’m excited about the Council for Safe Workplaces (CSW) and the opportunity to lead real change, together with other leaders. As a founding member of CBoC’s Health and Safety Leadership Centre, Workplace Safety & Prevention Services has always been dedicated to keeping people safe at work. The CSW represents a new chapter, with a focus on research, evidence-based data, sharing and learning, and tackling the topics that are key for workplaces to emerge from the pandemic better and safer.
This section is currently underdevelopment. In the meantime, please visit this page to access all members-only content.
If you’re not a member and would like to become one, please contact us.
Strategic Drivers of Workplace Injuries
June 1–2, 2023 • Council Meeting
Health and Safety Outlook
November 2, 8–10, 2022 • Council Meeting • Virtual Sessions
September 16, 2022 • Networking Lunch and Members Round Table • Toronto, Ontario
The redefinition of work, webinar in coordination with Minerva Canada
June 1, 2022
Derrick Leue, President and CEO, PROLINK
Christopher Spasoff, OHS Lawyer, F2 Legal Counsel
Focus group: employee mental health and wellbeing
April 19, 2022
HR Trends and Metrics with CBoC’s Human Capital Team
April 27, 2022
Reinforcing safety training through micro-learning
March 1, 2022
Tamara Vatcher, Partner, Training Works