April 27, 2016: The 2016 Western Conference on Safety is now in the history books. It was the largest ever with 900 delegates, 200 exhibitors in 80 booths, 140 post conference participants, 35 speakers, 15 staff and volunteers. All adding up to 1290 people attending and participating in Western Canada’s largest Occupational Health and Safety Conference. We are currently going over the delegate and exhibitor evaluations in great detail in order to improve next years conference, but so far the evaluations are saying this was the best Western Conference on Safety ever! Planning has already started for the 2017 Western Conference on Safety running April 3 and 4, at the Hyatt Regency Vancouver. Watch this space for more details coming this summer and fall.
April 7, 2016: Western Conference on Safety Sells Out of All Seats Except
For Some Post Conference Courses. As of today there are only a few post
conference course seats left in PC-2 Supervisors Safety Training Course and
PC-4 Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Courses. All other courses
and the main conference are now completely sold out. If you are interested
in attending either of those courses please call us at 604 233-1842 to see
if they are still available.
March 16, 2016:Western Conference on Safety Post Conference Course PC-5
Essentials of Risk Management Sells Out. The popular Western Conference on
Safety post-conference Essentials of Risk Management Course scheduled for
April 13 & 14, 2016 is now completely sold out. A waiting list has been
established. Call 604 233-1842 or email email@example.com to be put on the waiting list.
March 14, 2016: WHEW! That was one heck of a busy week for the Western
Conference on Safety staff. Just over 390 people registered last week alone.
If you are thinking of joining the over 700 people who have already
registered we suggest you do it soon as the Western Conference on Safety
will probably out again in 2016.
March 11, 2016:Post Conference Joint Health & Safety Committee Course
Sells Out. The popular Western Conference on Safety post-conference Joint
Health & Safety Committee Course scheduled for April 13, 2016 is now
completely sold out. A waiting list has been established. Call 604 233-1842
or email firstname.lastname@example.org to be put on the waiting
February 8, 2016:The 2016 Western Conference on Safety Print
Program, Have You Got Yours?
Over 6000 copies of the 2016 conference print
program were mailed out. If you haven't received yours let us know and
we'll be happy to mail one out to you right now. Or you can download an
electric copy by clicking here.
February 3, 2016: Did you know that Pacific Safety Center is sponsoring 23 full time students in the BCIT Occupational Health and Safety Diploma Program? Each one has received a complimentary full registration for the Western Conference on Safety. They are the future of our profession!
November 17, 2015: The 2015 BC Safety Committee Conference is now over. Just under 200 people participated in the conference on Monday with another 70+ attending the post conference training courses. Based on a quick review of the delegate evaluations the conference seems to have been a complete success. Planning for the 2016 conference will start almost immediately. Watch this space for the latest updates.
November 13, 2015: We are pleased to announce that WorkSafeBC has come on as 1 of only 2 Gold Level Sponsors of the 2016 Western Conference on Safety being held April 11-12, 2016 in Vancouver BC.
Getting permission to attend a conference these days can be challenging. Here
are 4 key benefits that we suggest you use to convince your boss that you should
1)Demonstrates that even in
challenging times On-The-Job Safety is still a top priority in
your organization. 2) Workplace accidents are expensive! They
not only hurt people, they damage product and process machinery.
This conference will help save money by giving you the tools
needed to keep your accident/injury incidents as low as possible. 3)Helps build morale by doing something positive
in these tough times. 4)Attending even 1 day of the conference
can satisfy WorkSafeBC’s Annual Safety Committee Training