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					                                      PARTNERS IN
                                      PREVENTION 2010
  H E A LT H & S A F E T Y C O N F E R E N C E & T R A D E S H OW
  Formerly Safety Solutions IAPA Health & Safety Conference & Trade Show




    E A R LY B I R D O F F E R ! Register on or before September 20 and save over $30 per person.
          FREE St. John Ambulance first aid course for the first 75 delegates to register!
                                          $105 value




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SU DB U RY
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                                                                      K A P U S K A S I N G | N O R T H B AY
                                                           E L L I OT L A K E | T I M M I N S | T R I -TOW N S


                                                      Partners in Prevention 2010 Conference Series
T H E CO N F E R E N C E AT A G L A N C E
7:00 – 7:45 am         Registration, Continental Breakfast and Trade Show Opens
7:45 – 8:30 am         Welcome and Opening Remarks
                       JEFF STEWART, The Drumming Circle Facilitator
                       The Drumming Circle
                                                                                   Visit the Trade Show!
8:45 – 10:00 am        SERIES 1
                                                                                   OPEN 7:00 am – 3:15 pm
                       Presenting with Power                                       See a wide range of health
                       True or False? Your JHSC Can Be So Great                    and safety-related products,
                       You Will Have a Waiting List                                programs and services.

                       Why Take the Risk? Don’t Work Live
                                                                                   Our Exhibitors Include:
                       Trips, Slips and Falls: Interactive Session
                                                                                    3M Canada Company
10:00 – 10:30 am       Exhibitor Trade Show and Networking                          Canadian Injury Management
                                                                                    Services
10:30 – 11:45 am       SERIES 2                                                     Canadian Safety Equipment
                                                                                    Crisis Prevention Institute
                       Working with Your Contractor to Build
                                                                                    Electrical Safety Authority
                       a Strong Project Safety Culture
                                                                                    ergoCentric Seating Solutions
                       Appreciative Inquiry
                                                                                    Health & Safety Ontario
                       Practical Strategies for the Development and                 Honeywell Safety Products
                       Implementation of a Workplace Violence                       Latitude Rehabilitation
                       and Harassment Program                                       Marigold Industrial
                       Working from Heights: Interactive Session                    Norguard Industries Inc.
11:45 am – 1:30 pm Lunch, Exhibitor Trade Show and Networking                       Office of the Employer Adviser
                                                                                    Soapopular Inc
                       BOB GARRETT, Just a Safety Guy/Gal (JASG)                    Sperian Protection
                       Award Presentation
                                                                                    St. John Ambulance
                       Keynote Speaker: CAROLYN BENNETT
                       Playwright and Comedian
                       Where There’s Humour, There’s Hope: Addiction,              Wellness Way:
                       Recovery and Fun                                             Barrydowne Family Chiropractic:
                                                                                    A Creating Wellness Centre
                                                                                    Canadian Diabetes Association,
1:30 – 2:45 pm         SERIES 3
                                                                                    Sudbury Branch
                       How to Deal with Substance Abuse in the Workplace            Ergonomic Assessments:
                                                                                    Workplace Safety North
                       Return to Work Panel Discussion: Part 1 of 2
                                                                                    Reiki: A. Gray & Associates
                       Creating Wellness: Eat Right, Be Fit, Think Well             Threads of Life
                       Mystery Session, Industry Hot Topics: Interactive Session
2:45 – 3:15 pm         Exhibitor Trade Show and Networking


3:15 – 4:30 pm         SERIES 4                                                                   E A R N H R PA
                                                                                                  AND BCRSP
                       Return to Work Panel Discussion: Part 2 of 2
                                                                                                  POINTS
                       Lift Truck Safety
                                                                                   This conference has been approved
                       Don’t Bore Them to Death! Tips and Tricks to Engage         for 10 recertification points by the
                       New and Young Workers                                       Human Resources Professionals
                                                                                   Association and 0.5 maintenance
                                                                                   points by the Board of Certified
                                                                                   Registered Safety Professionals.




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                                            B R E A K FA S T O P E N I N G                               7:45 – 8:15 am
                                            JEFF STEWART
                                            Drum Circle Facilitator
                                            The Drumming Circle

                                            Jeff Stewart, Drum Circle Facilitator, will take everyone on a journey of
                                            creating music together in the moment. All voices will be heard through
                                            playing a wide variety of instruments from around the world. All drums
                                            and percussion will be supplied.




SERIES 1              8:45 – 10:00 am                                                                 CHOOSE ONE


P R E S E N T I N G W I T H P OW E R

Sandi Emdin, Owner, Sandi Emdin Consulting

Ever been asked to present a report, describe your organization’s vision or introduce a guest speaker? Does
your heart race, your knees shake, your palms sweat at the thought? Gain hands-on guidance on delivering your
message with confidence. Come prepared to participate, have fun and leave with new skills and confidence.


T R U E O R FA L S E ? YO U R J H S C C A N B E S O G R E AT YO U W I L L H AV E A WA I T I N G L I S T

Wendy Sanche, Q-EHS Coordinator, Sandvik

True: Wendy Sanche will lead you through Sandvik’s journey to establishing a joint health and safety committee
that really does have a waiting list of those wishing to join. Learn how to empower, engage, energize and have
the JHSC you always envisioned.


W H Y TA K E T H E R I S K ? D O N ’ T W O R K L I V E

Clay Burton, Inspector, Electrical Safety Authority

Over 50% of electrical incidents causing injury are from working on live electrical equipment. Know the risks.
Learn the 7 key steps towards electrical safety at work. Understand the Ontario Electrical Safety Code
requirements to protect both yourself and your co-workers from an electrical incident. Attendees receive
a free copy of the Electrical Safety Authority’s informative “Don’t Work Live” video.


T R I P S , S L I P S A N D FA L L S : I N T E R A C T I V E S E S S I O N

Scott Patrick, Safety Specialist, Honeywell Safety Products

Interactive session in the exhibit hall.




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      SERIES 2               10:30 – 11:45 am                                                                  CHOOSE ONE


      W O R K I N G W I T H YO U R C O N T R A C T O R T O B U I L D A S T R O N G P R O J E C T S A F E T Y C U LT U R E

      Roy Slack, President, Cementation Canada Inc.

      Contractors typically work for a number of clients with varied scopes of work and on projects of fixed duration.
      Much of this work is hazardous in nature requiring specialized equipment and methodologies. These conditions
      provide both challenges and opportunities. Learn the strategies and actions that owners can consider in
      working with their contractors to build a strong project safety culture.


      A P P R E C I AT I V E I N Q U I R Y

      Sylvie Gervais-Leduc, Owner/Executive Coach, The Art of Excellence

      Want to know how to create more positive experiences and success in your workplace? Certified Executive
      Coach Sylvie Gervais-Leduc will share a mix of theory, resources and principles on “Appreciative Inquiry”. You’ll
      experience the practice of strong appreciative questions and learn how this simple tool can bring out potential
      for individuals and groups within the workplace.


      P R A C T I C A L S T R AT E G I E S F O R T H E D E V E L O P M E N T A N D I M P L E M E N TAT I O N
      O F A WO R K P L AC E V I O L E N C E A N D H A R A S S M E N T P R O G R A M

      Raquelle Solon, Associate Director of Prepare, Crisis Prevention Institute Inc.

      Gain an orientation and overview of: workplace violence definitions including an overview of Ontario’s Bill 168;
      the Crisis Prevention Institute’s workplace violence continuum; prevention, response and follow-up to violence
      in the workplace; and handling harassment, bullying and domestic violence in the workplace.


      WO R K I N G F R O M H E I G H TS : I N T E R AC T I V E S E S S I O N

      Scott Patrick, Safety Specialist, Honeywell Safety Products

      Interactive session in the exhibit hall.




                                                 LUNCHEON KEYNOTE                                              12:40 – 1:20 pm
                                                 CAROLYN BENNETT
                                                 Playwright and Comedian
                                                 Where There’s Humour, There’s Hope: Addiction, Recovery and Fun

                                                 Can’t imagine life without booze? Wouldn’t know how to celebrate
                                                 without a beer in hand? Carolyn will show you how to find the funny in the
                                                 everyday without being chemically altered. By sharing her own story, she’ll
                                                 take you on the emotional roller coaster of hitting bottom, regaining
                                                 stability and thriving drug and alcohol free. Carolyn is a passionate
                                                 advocate of mental health and will inspire you to take fun seriously.
                                                 Spoiler alert – this story has a happy ending.




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SERIES 3            1:30 – 2:45 pm                                                                   CHOOSE ONE


H O W T O D E A L W I T H S U B S TA N C E A B U S E I N T H E W O R K P L A C E

Pierre Croteau, Coordinator Substance Abuse, Assessment & Referral, CannAmm Occupational Testing Services

With or without a drug testing program, every company at one time or another will have to deal with an
employee that has a substance abuse disorder. Learn the recommended requirements for returning an
employee with a substance abuse disorder to the workplace.


R E T U R N T O W O R K PA N E L D I S C U S S I O N : PA R T 1 O F 2

Lynne Raven, Business Unit Manager, UHN Rehabilitation Solutions
Dr. Joel Andersen, Medical Director, UHN Rehabilitation Solutions
Christine Fink, Return to Work Coordinator, UHN Rehabilitation Solutions
Michelle Fosten, Senior Certified Kinesiologist, Canadian Injury Management Services
Rachel Leveiller, Program Officer, WSIB & Attendance, Le Conseil Scolaire Catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

Returning an injured worker to work is a shared responsibility primarily between the employer and the worker.
The WSIB is responsible for managing and monitoring the claim as well as providing education and assistance
to the worker and employer. Health care professionals are responsible for providing timely health or medical
and functional abilities information. Our distinguished panel will explore the role of all parties in the return to
work process and will take questions from the audience.


C R E AT I N G W E L L N E S S : E AT R I G H T, B E F I T, T H I N K W E L L

Dr. Janna-Marie Doni, Chiropractor, Barrydowne Family Chiropractic: A Creating Wellness Centre

Acquire the tools and motivation that you need to start making healthier choices including answers to two
fundamental questions: why are we sick and what is required to get and stay well? Learn how we can eat,
move and think to prevent disease and bring ourselves closer to optimal health and wellness. Coverage will
include the newest research on epigenetics, supplementation, the benefits of eating organic foods and
proper spinal health.


M YST E RY S E S S I O N – I N D U ST RY H OT TO P I C S : I N T E R AC T I V E S E S S I O N

Scott Patrick, Safety Specialist, Honeywell Safety Products

Interactive session in the exhibit hall.




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      SERIES 4               3:15 – 4:30 pm                                                              CHOOSE ONE


      R E T U R N T O W O R K PA N E L D I S C U S S I O N : PA R T 2 O F 2

      Lynne Raven, Business Unit Manager, UHN Rehabilitation Solutions
      Dr. Joel Andersen, Medical Director, UHN Rehabilitation Solutions
      Christine Fink, Return to Work Coordinator, UHN Rehabilitation Solutions
      Michelle Fosten, Senior Certified Kinesiologist, Canadian Injury Management Services
      Rachel Leveiller, Program Officer, WSIB & Attendance, Le Conseil Scolaire Catholique du Nouvel-Ontario

      Returning an injured worker to work is a shared responsibility primarily between the employer and the worker.
      The WSIB is responsible for managing and monitoring the claim as well as providing education and assistance
      to the worker and employer. Health care professionals are responsible for providing timely health or medical
      and functional abilities information. Our distinguished panel will explore the role of all parties in the return to
      work process and will take questions from the audience.


      LIFT TRUCK SAFETY

      Stephen Hopson, Consultant Trainer, Workplace Safety North

      Learn general lift truck guidelines for complying with the law and maintaining a safe workplace. A review of
      responsibilities will be provided: management responsibilities for developing a lift truck program, supervisor
      responsibilities for ensuring all drivers operate in a safe manner, operator responsibilities for abiding by safety
      rules and practices. Coverage will also include competencies of lift truck operators and what organizations
      should be doing to be proactive in their lift truck safety program.


      D O N ’ T B O R E T H E M TO D E AT H ! T I P S A N D T R I C K S TO E N G AG E N E W A N D YO U N G WO R K E R S

      Angela Gray, Young Worker Awareness Master Trainer, A. Gray & Associates

      Engaging people in health and safety training can be frustrating. But it can be done. With a little imagination,
      enthusiasm and some games, you can shine as a health and safety trainer. Learn training tips for new and
      young workers who are 4 times more likely to be hurt on the job. These training tips can be applied to other
      groups as well.




                              G R A N D P R I Z E D R AW
                           All completed conference evaluations will be entered in
                           a draw to win an ergonomic chair valued at over $1,000.

                                          Donated by




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                            PARTNERS IN PREVENTION 2010
                            H E A LT H & S A F E T Y C O N F E R E N C E & T R A D E S H OW
                            Formerly Safety Solutions IAPA Health & Safety Conference & Trade Show




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REGISTR ATION RATES include continental           The early bird rate cannot be combined with any other discount
breakfast, keynote speakers, lunch, conference    or special offer. Volunteer, safety group, volume discounts and any
sessions and admission to trade show.             other discounts or special offers cannot be combined.


                                            Every 5th delegate from the same company registered
                   50%OFF                   at the same time is 50% off the regular rate.


PAYMEN T METHODS                                  SPAC E I S LI M I TE D
Cheque (made payable to SWPSO), Visa,             We reserve the right to make venue and date changes with notice,
Mastercard, AMEX or Invoice (approved             speaker changes without notice and to cancel an event due to
credit only)                                      low registrations. No refunds or cancellations accepted after
                                                  September 28. Substitutions welcome.


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To register or for more information:
PartnersinPreventionOntario.com/Sudbury
1 877 494 9777




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                    PA R T N E R S I N P R E V E N T I O N 2 0 1 0 S U D B U R Y P L A N N I N G C O M M I T T E E

  Angela Gray: A. Gray & Associates                                          Lucie Doiron: Bristol Machine Works Ltd.
  Carey Gilligan: Infrastructure Health & Safety Association                 Lynne Raven: UHN Rehabilitation Solutions
  Carolyn Cameron: City of Greater Sudbury                                   Marianne Matichuk: Vale Inco Limited
  Colleen Kleven: Colleen Kleven Corporation                                 Michael Madigan: Marcotte Mining Machinery Services
  David Santi: Workplace Safety & Prevention Services                        Michelle Fosten: Canadian Injury Management Services
  Gerry Courtemanche                                                         Nick Dominelli: Greater Sudbury Housing Corporation
  Gloria Thibault: Mining Technologies International                         Sandi Emdin: Sandi Emdin Consulting
  Guido Chezzi                                                               Scott Patrick: Honeywell Safety Products
  Jerry Romanyszyn: Soucie Salo Safety Inc.                                  Susan Haldane: Workplace Safety North
  John Benoit: Laurentian University




                                            H E A LT H & S A F E T Y O N TA R I O
               Health & Safety Ontario is the result of a bold move to reorganize the independent efforts of
               12 HSAs into 4 streamlined organizations in order to better serve our members and customers.

               Health & Safety Ontario is comprised of the following organizations:




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