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BC Safety Committee Conference In Planning Stages for Fall/Winter 2021

Coming November 8-9, 2021 to Langley BC

 
 

Next Conference April 4-5, 2022

Vancouver BC

 

IN-PERSON TRAINING RESUMES! Also available via Zoom! Call Us for Details

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IN-PERSON TRAINING COURSES RESUME!

Effective July 1, 2021 and as per the easing of the BC Public Health Orders, we are thrilled to announce that all In-Person training courses have resumed.  See our “Courses ” page for the just released schedule of courses. We are continuing to closely monitor the BC Public Health Orders,  BC Government phased reopening plans and industry best practices. Masks, while recommended, are not mandatory to participate in any of our training activities.

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Course dates & status (as of July 22, 2021)

Aug. 4 -Fundamentals for Joint Health & Safety Committees – In-Person at Richmond PSC Offices
Aug. 5 -Accident/Incident Course for Safety Committees & Supervisors In-Person at Richmond PSC Offices ONE SEAT REMAINING
Aug. 10 Safety Training for Supervisors. In-Person at Richmond PSC Offices
August 12 – Fundamentals for Joint Health & Safety Committees via Zoom

Want to register? Easy! Click here for a registration form and scan and e-mail it.
Easier! Just e-mail registration@pacificsafetycenter.com to let me know who will be attending.
Easiest! Call 604.233.1842.

Virtual Safety Committee Training Still Being Offered

Due to the continuing high demand, we are pleased to continue to offer instructor led zoom training for Joint Health and Safety Committees that will satisfy mandatory WorkSafeBC training requirement.

Just some of the comments from our Zoom Safety Committee Training Courses:

– “I don’t see any way the training could have been better”
– “I only have good things to say as the course was very well planned and put together without the feel of a lecture.
– “The instructor did a phenomenal job with the flow and content of his presentation.”

See our “Courses Page” or call us for more details.

Western Conference on Safety Dates: April 4-5, 2022

The premier Occupational Health & Safety conference in Western Canada returns to Vancouver April 4-5, 2022. Planning is already underway for this milestone event. Watch this space for more information coming this fall.

Latest News & Updates:

PSC Face Mask Policy

By Pacific Safety Center, Safety Committee Conference, Uncategorized, Western Conference on Safety

In keeping with the new BC Public Health Orders, as of July 1/21 face masks are no longer mandatory in our training courses. If you are fully vaccinated then masks are optional, if you are not, then masks are strongly recommended and appreciated. You may see our trainers or other participants continuing to wear face masks regardless of their vaccination status, depending on their personal choice. We want everyone to feel comfortable with their decision to either wear or not wear a mask on our courses. Regardless of whether you choose, we ask you respect other’s choices and the decisions they make for their own and the health of others. Please keep in mind we are all at different levels of comfort with the new situation and need to do what feels best to each of us to support the health of ourselves and others around us. To aid you in your decision on whether to wear a facemask at one of our open enrollment courses we want to let you know that all our open enrollment courses continue to limit class size to 50% of normal, have individual desks or tables with hand sanitizer for each participant, regularly clean and disinfect high touch areas and follow other Covid-19 prevention best practices

In-Person Safety Training Resumes!!!

By Uncategorized

Effective July 1, 2021 and as per the easing of the BC Public Health Orders, we are thrilled to announce that all In-Person training courses have resumed.  See our “Courses ” page for the just released schedule of courses. We are continuing to closely monitor the BC Public Health Orders,  BC Government phased reopening plans and industry best practices. Masks, while recommended, are not mandatory to participate in any of our training activities

Zoom Joint Health & Safety Committee Training Courses

By Pacific Safety Center, Safety Committee Conference, Uncategorized, Western Conference on Safety

We are pleased to be able to offer instructor led zoom training for Joint Health and Safety Committees that will satisfy mandatory WorkSafeBC training requirement.

Just some of the comments from our Zoom Safety Committee Training Courses:

– “I don’t see any way the training could have been better”
– “I only have good things to say as the course was very well planned and put together without the feel of a lecture.
– “The instructor did a phenomenal job with the flow and content of his presentation.”

Please call us for more details 604.233.1842

NEW Mental Health First Aid Course

By Uncategorized

In today’s Covid-19 world, there is a tremendous cost in human and financial terms of mental health issues in and out of the workplace. Often we aren’t sure how to help co-workers who may be facing mental health challenges. This Mental Health First Aid Course addresses this by training a designated in-house staff in Mental Health First Aid to provide initial support to someone developing or experiencing a mental health issue. If a crisis does arise, a MHFA trained person can take appropriate steps that may help to reduce the harm that can result.  This course is developed and managed by Mental Health Commission of Canada and taught by a Canadian Mental Health Association certified MHFA trainer. Offered by the Pacific Safety Center Ltd on July 9 & 10, 2020. Click here for more information. 

“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