CME’s Health & Safety Symposium is back in-person on June 13th for the first time since 2020!
Designed to take your workplace to new heights, join us for this must-attend event to discuss the latest health & safety trends, programs and key issues impacting your business. Come together with fellow manufacturers and industry experts as we explore cutting-edge best practices and provide you with essential tools to enhance your workplace.
Topics include: disability management, mental health in the workplace, and WSIB’s new rate framework.
- Insights on the latest health & safety research, trends, and regulations
- Re-energize your own “Safety Sense”
- Hear company success stories
- Exchange best practices with your manufacturing peers
- Networking opportunities
Jeffery Lang, President and CEO, Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB)
Jeff joined the WSIB Board of Directors in October 2019 and has deep roots in manufacturing. He was recently President and CEO of two Ontario-based manufacturing businesses with customers around the world.
An accomplished leader and Disability Management Professional, Liz is recognized for her award winning cost reduction results, “best practice” program designs, and ability to solve a complex variety of internal and external risk, workers’ compensation, and disability concerns.
She enthusiastically runs a vibrant growing disability management company that has an established reputation for effectively introducing change and cost effective programs, by demonstrating to employees and management the benefits of improved performance.
Melanie Buckle, CDMP Disability Manager, Magna International
Melanie is a Paralegal with her CDMP Designation, and has specialized in Disability Management for over 20 years. She provides support and training on complex injury, disability and absence claims and helped implement Mental Health First Aid training for Magna divisions in Canada and the USA.
Before joining the OEA, Robin was Legal Counsel at the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB). Robin has a law degree from Osgoode Hall Law School and was previously a member of the Executive of the Ontario Bar Association Workers’ Compensation Section.
With over 20 years of experience, Dunstan has advised and advocated for employers on all matters related to workplace safety and insurance.
A valuable avenue to showcase your services/products directly to a targeted audience of industry professionals and decision makers
- Includes one 6′ skirted table, logo recognition at the event, and two complimentary tickets
- $500: CME Members/Ontario Made Program Participants
- $1,000: Non-Members
HEALTH & SAFETY EXCELLENCE PROGRAM
It pays to invest in health and safety. Through CME’s Health and Safety Excellence Program (HSEP), your company can earn financial rebates, lower your WSIB premiums, and much more. Last year, program participants received over $1.8 million back in rebates.
Are you a company with 1-99 employees? You currently qualify for a special WSIB Small Business Pilot that provides new HSEP members with a $1,000 payment and an opportunity to earn double the rebates! Contact James Ebidia to learn more.