Peer Council

Manufacturers’ Safety Council (MSC)

OVERVIEW

A Manufacturers’ Safety Council (MSC) is an exclusive group of occupational health and safety professionals from CME member companies.

A MSC peer council provides a forum for the confidential exchange of information on a wide range of current health and safety issues. Meetings are highly interactive and participants are expected to share their experiences on various topics to help the group resolve their health and safety challenges. Groups also gain access to CME resources and trusted third party subject matter experts.

Discussions are confidential.

WHY MANUFACTURERS' SAFETY COUNCIL?

  • Networking
  • Shared intelligence
  • Benefit from peer support and learning
  • Access to CME resources

WHO CAN BENEFIT?

Common participants in a MSC include Safety Managers, Safety Coordinators, Occupational Health and Safety professionals, and Continual Improvement Supervisors.

HOW IT WORKS

  • Participants are matched with peer executives of other leading companies.
  • Benefit from peer support and learning, as well as from CME resources.
  • The council is coordinated and guided by a trained facilitator who has senior-level experience in occupational health and safety.
  • Each month, a morning meeting is held at one of the participants’ facilities.

DISCUSSION TOPICS

  • Participants are matched with peer executives of other leading companies.
  • Benefit from peer support and learning, as well as from CME resources.
  • The council is coordinated and guided by a trained facilitator who has senior-level experience in occupational health and safety.
  • Each month, a morning meeting is held at one of the participants’ facilities. Discussions are confidential.