2020 BC Safety Committee Conference

November 4, 2020, Langley BC. Details to be announced soon


2020 Western Conference on Safety Cancelled


2020 Western Conference on Safety Cancelled

At 3:45pm , March 12, 2020, The British Columbia Provincial Health Officer, Dr. Bonnie Henry and the Provincial Health Minister Adrian Dix, directed that all gatherings of more than 250 people be canceled. The 2020 Western Conference on Safety is a gathering of over 1100 people. Accordingly, and as directed, the 2020 Western Conference on Safety (including its post conference courses)  is now cancelled.

Full refunds will be issued to everyone who has paid a conference delegate registration, or a tradeshow booth, or a sponsorship fee to the Pacific Safety Center Ltd to participate in the 2020 Western Conference on Safety.

 More information on this will be posted shortly.

Upcoming Western Conference on Safety Dates
April 6 & 7, 2020
April 26 & 27, 2021

Mark Your Calendars! The 2020 BC Safety Committee Conference will held this November in Metro Vancouver.  2019 was the most successful yet, selling out more than 5 weeks before the start of the conference. We are hard at work on the 2020 Safety Committee Conference and full information on the dates and location will be announced soon.  2020’s event will feature session specifically for BC’s new AND experienced Safety Committee members. The 2019conference featured  a tabletop tradeshow to go with all the education and training sessions. and proved to be widely successful. 2020will continue this new feature.

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 attend:

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 Requirement.