Movies over lunch – and the chance to win a prize! Bring your lunch and join WorkSafeBC as we screen this year’s finalists in the 2017 Student Safety Video Contest. Expect some creative and compelling health and safety messages from B.C. high school students with a series of short 2-minute films. Then vote for your favourites and help determine this year’s winners! Join WorkSafeBC and contest sponsors from 12:15-1:00 on April 3. Sit back, enjoy, cast your votes and enter for a chance to win an emergency preparedness kit. See you at the movies!
Joint Health & Safety Committee Course Coming April 5, 2017
Start 2017 off right by signing up for our next Joint Health and Safety Committee Course coming April 5/17 in Vancouver. Offered as a post conference course at the 2017 Western Conference on Safety, but you don’t have to attend the conference to take this excellent course. . Our post-conference Joint Health & Safety Committee courses always sell out quickly so register early to avoid missing out. More information on this special course offering can be found on the 2017 Western Conference on Safety website .
The 16 page 2017 Western Conference on Safety print program is being mailed out this week. If you are on our mailing lists you should receive your copy within the next few days. Not on our mailing lists? Can’t wait? You can download an electronic copy by clicking here, or go directly to the conference website here. Got a group coming and need a copy for everyone? Let us know and we’ll be happy to send you as many copies as you need. Click here to email your request directly to us.
The December 7th course sold out quickly. Did you miss out? Don’t worry! We’re holding another course on January 23 here at our offices in Richmond from 8:30 – 4:30. The cost will be $195.00 + gst (early bird – until January 5th). It seems like it’s a long ways away, but soon it will be Christmas and then BOOM! It’s January!
Hey everyone. I know on Friday we posted that we were going to hold Joint Health and Safety Committee Training on December 6th, but hopefully December 7th will work for you instead. Looks like we were so excited by the information that we posted the incorrect date. Sorry about that! We hope you can still come on the new date! Click here for the registration form, or give us a call at (604)233-1842. Or of course, you can always send us an e-mail.
Do you have a few newbies on your safety committee? Want to get them trained up before the end of the year? Sign them up for our Joint Health and Safety Committee Training being held December 7, 2016 at the Pacific Safety Center in Richmond BC. The course will run from 8:30 – 4:30, and it’s the perfect time to tie up those loose ends and get everyone on the same page. Questions? Call (603)233-1842. Cost? $195.00 early bird (until November 24). Click here for the registration form, or just e-mail or call with your registration. Want more information? Click here!
April 3 & 4, 2017 seems like a long time away but from our Conference Steering Committtees’ point of view its just around the corner. They have already started work on the conference format and agenda and will be working hard to bring you the latest and best topics and speakers. Watch this space for more information coming soon.
“Dedicated to helping achieve worksite safety through people.”
Welcome to The Pacific Safety Center!
The Pacific Safety Center is an organization of safety practitioners dedicated to helping achieve worksite safety through people.
We do this by offering:
– On-Going Safety Courses and Seminars
– Special OSH Conferences, Symposiums and Events
It was great to come back after a break of 6 years. The quality of speakers and staff of Pacific safety Center are bar none when it comes to safety conferences. Definitely worth it.Nicole BiernaczykIBEW Local 258
Continues to give me gold nuggets of safety to take back to share with co-workers and peers. Great motivator. Congrats on such a quality conference.Lorraine DouvilleCanadian Blood Services
Fantastic, motivational speakers. Great job to the organizers of the convention.Corey VialaAmbulance Paramedics of BC