Council for Safe Workplaces
(formerly the Health and Safety Leadership Centre)
The Council for Safe Workplaces (CSW) provides a confidential venue to stay on top of emerging health and safety topics and innovative solutions through peer-to-peer sharing and learning.
This is a trusted forum where Canadian Health and Safety leaders can openly share their experiences, insights, and challenges within closed-door sessions held under Chatham House Rule.
With impactful insights from thought leaders, experts and peers, this council is your source for leading-edge, evidence-based workplace safety information. You will gain access to current and past discussions from a variety of perspectives across Canada, helping develop and expand your network in the Health and Safety sector.
Who Should Join
CSW welcomes executives, senior leaders and directors who have overall responsibility for Health and Safety in their organization. Members represent a wide variety of sectors from across Canada to ensure comprehensive and 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.
- With leading Health and Safety experts and practitioners, offer sessions that stay on top of emerging and contemporary Health and Safety topics along with innovative and practical solutions.
- Establish a welcoming and engaged community of Health and Safety professionals within which members can grow their connections to better meet their organization’s safety objectives.
“What makes Conference Board of Canada’s Health and Safety Leadership Centre powerful is that it connects industry leaders, law makers, and educators from various sectors. Sharing of information and lessons learned is fundamental towards achieving event-free workplace. Bruce Power is a strong believer in achieving excellence in safety through situational awareness and hazard recognition. Through Health and Safety Leadership Centre, we as industry leaders have the opportunity to share the positive stories of what has worked for us. As we learn from one another about what did or could happen, we become better at building safer and healthier workplaces”
—Frank Saunders, Vice-President, Nuclear Oversight and Regulatory Affairs, Bruce Power