Interactive learning workshop led by WorkSafeBC to help you understand how the Manufacturing High Risk Strategy (MHRS) relates to your business. An effective safety management system can be used to promote a healthy and safe workplace that attracts and retains workers.
- Understand the applicability of the Manufacturing High Risk Strategy (MHRS)
- Identify the top three risks in your workplace
- Explore effective risk mitigation through using the hierarchy of controls
- Discover tools and resources to improve your safety management system
- Learn with your peers by sharing your experiences
Megan Martin, Manager, OHS Consultation and Education Services, WorkSafeBC
Megan has been at WorkSafeBC since 2017 and leads a team of OHS Consultants supporting the manufacturing, transportation, warehousing, wholesale, and retail industry. She has worked in a variety of health and safety roles across North America for more than 17 years.
Megan attended California State University, Sacramento and has a Bachelor’s, Business Administration, with concentrations in Human Resources and Risk Management and Insurance. Megan holds a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) designation and earned a Certificate in Strategic Leadership and Innovation from York University – Schulich School of Business.
OHS Consultation and Education Services offers occupational health and safety resources, outreach, and guidance to the workers, employers and industries of British Columbia in support of WorkSafeBC’s vision of a British Columbia free from workplace injury, disease and death.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This workshop is ideal for leaders, managers, safety & operations personnel, and manufacturing specialists.