Adapting Your Workplace to the Persistent Pandemic

Free Webinar  •  November 5, 2020

Gain both global and Canadian perspectives on how workplaces are managing persistent changes, and understand what the pandemic is teaching us about change management. Learn from Canada Post’s critical success factors for resiliency throughout the pandemic.

Across Canada, workplace health and safety protocols are evolving to keep pace with COVID-19. In this 60-minute interactive webinar, we will focus on the management of these changes and the critical success factors needed to adapt and thrive throughout the pandemic.

Two board members of Minerva Canada Safety Management Education Inc. guide us through this webinar:

  • Dr. Bob Schulz, Professor at Haskayne School of Business at the University of Calgary, will share local, national, and international insights on safe and healthy workplaces. Bob will also share his extensive ecosystem knowledge that will be valuable for business, government, and NGO leaders dealing with current and post-pandemic issues.
  • Kim Gould, Health and Safety Manager at Canada Post, builds on the first discussion and will share the critical success factors and health and safety programs that allowed Canada Post—a national unionized workplace—to adapt, sustain, and thrive in this pandemic environment.

Who should watch?

  • Business and academic leaders
  • Workplace wellness and health and safety practitioners
  • Government and NGO professionals



Minerva Canada Safety Management Education Inc. 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 and case studies for academia. It also sponsors student projects, and conducts professor learning forums and student award programs. Minerva has developed an online certificate program in Health and Safety for engineering and other post-secondary students with its university partners. Contact Minerva to learn more.


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