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Webinars (Complimentary)

Upcoming Webinars

The Minerva Canada and the Health and Safety Leadership Centre, Conference Board of Canada, invite you to join us!

Managing Change in an All Electric Future

Monday, June 14, 20211:00 p.m. EDT – 2:30 p.m. EDT

Lynn Smith, , M.Eng. P.Eng.
Global Functional Safety Lead GECSE and
Canadian Technical Centre Engineering Workplace Safety Lead
General Motors of Canada Company

John Stroyan,
Global Sr. Safety Manager, GM Non-Manufacturing Operations,
Global Technical Center, Warren Michigan.
General Motors LLC.

Dr. Homayoun Najjaran
Professor at the School of Engineering, Program Chair of Manufacturing Engineering, and
Head of the Advanced Control and Intelligent Systems (ACIS) laboratory
University of British Columbia (UBC) Okanagan Campus.

In the third of five planned webinars in Minerva Canada’s 2021 series on management of change, we continue to recommend actions that organizations can take to identify hazards, manage risks and thrive in our rapidly evolving world. This webinar will look at change triggered by whole paradigm shifts in engineering with the evolution of electric vehicles.

Join us as Lynn Smith, Global Functional Safety Lead GECSE and CTC Engineering Safety Lead GM Canada Company and John Stroyan, Global Enterprise Operations Senior Safety Manager from General Motors Corporations explore, address and navigate the safety challenges in the continuously changing automotive sector. Learn about how they are managing hazard and risk in a sector that measures itself on the safety, health and environmental impacts of its consumer products. Then hear from Dr. Homayoun Najjaran, Program Chair of Manufacturing Engineering, and Head of the Advanced Control and Intelligent Systems (ACIS) laboratory at the University of British Columbia (UBC) Okanagan Campus, about how UBC is responding to the rapid evolution of technology and industries’ need for agile, creative and diverse-thinking engineers.

Webinar Highlights
Learn about the elements of change management specifically related to engineering safety.
Hear how strong processes can be used to unite diverse teams to innovate with a safety mindset without creating barriers to creativity.
Gain specific tips of how practical risked-based safety solutions can be used to root out hazards even when the future is difficult to predict.
Engage with influencers in the electric vehicle sector and learn more about the exciting all electric future!



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Erin Mills
Director, Human Capital and Workplace Health

Liz Marcil
Research Associate II, Workplace Health