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EAC/CME Business Summit on Workplace Safety and Insurance

Published by Lorie Crisp

November 04, 2010

EAC/CME Business Summit on Workplace Safety & Insurance:

3 reasons why you should attend:

  • Excellent keynote speakers with opportunity for networking
  • Receive the latest developments in workplace insurance, health & safety
  • Participate in the “Ask the expert” question & answer period

Special Feature PRESENTATIONS by:

  • The Hon. Peter Fonseca, Minister of Labour (Opening Remarks)
  • Duncan Hawthorne, President & Chief Executive Officer, Bruce Power (Luncheon Speaker)

Featured Keynote SPEAKERS include:

  • Norman A. Keith, Partner, Gowlings LLP
  • Tony Dean, Chair, Expert Advisory Panel
  • Cheryl A. Edwards, Partner, Heenan Blaikie LLP
  • Michael Zacks, Director (A) and General Counsel, Office of the Employer Adviser (OEA)
  • Patrizia Piccolo, Partner, Keyser Mason Ball LLP
  • Elaine Austin, Program Director, Business Takes Action
  • Katherine E. Ford and Leah M. Simon, Sherrard Kuzz LLP

Featured Keynote TOPICS include:

  • Bill C-45 and OHS Criminal Negligence: Has the Sleeping Giant Been Awakened (Norman A. Keith)
  • Update On the Review of Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Prevention and Enforcement System (Tony Dean)
  • You have had a Workplace Accident: Best Practices for Managing Risk (Cheryl A. Edwards) The Overlap of Human Rights and WSIB: What it Means for Employers’ Return to Work (RTW) Efforts (Michael Zacks)
  • Risky Business: The 10 Things Employers Shouldn’t Gamble on? (Patrizia Piccolo)
  • Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) (Elaine Austin)
  • Disability Related Misconduct: Discipline or Accommodation? (Katherine E. Ford and Leah M. Simon)

For more information download the PDF Here.

Additional Information

Location: Mississauga Grand
Time: November 4, 2010
Cost: $325 Member / $425 Non Member

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