Opening RemarksTodd Humber, Senior Editor, OHS Canada
|2:05 pm to 2:45 pm
Burnbrae Farms is deeply committed to the well-being of its workers. In this informative session, the dedicated Health and Safety team will pull back the curtain on the rigorous safety protocols in place at its state-of-the-art egg sorting facility, as well as highlight measures adopted across the entire operational spectrum.
|2:45 pm to 3:00 pm
|3:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Panelists: Sheldon Kennedy, Co-Founder, Respect Group and Dr. Ryan Todd, CEO, Headversity
Canadian workers aren’t just giving lip service to the importance of psychological safety in the workplace; they are taking drastic steps to get the support they need. Over 30% of Canadian workers say they walk would away from their current positions for better mental health support. Nearly 75% of workers between 18-34 would leave for better benefits and almost 90% say the top benefit they’re seeking is mental health support.
Organizations can’t ignore this call for action. Now, more than ever, it’s critical to understand what it really means to create a psychologically safe workplace culture.
Join us for a lively panel discussion featuring Sheldon Kennedy, Co-Founder of Respect Group and Dr. Ryan Todd of Headversity. We’ll dive into topics such as:
|4:00 pm to 4:15 pm
|4:15 pm to 5:00 pm
In this engaging session on workplace wellness and well-being, we dive into the crucial aspects of healthy eating and active living to fuel productivity and foster a vibrant work environment. Discover the power of nutrition and physical activity in enhancing employee performance, boosting morale, and reducing workplace stress.
Join our expert speakers as they share practical strategies for promoting healthy eating habits within the workplace, such as providing nutritious options in cafeterias, organizing educational workshops on mindful eating, and encouraging healthy snack choices. Learn how small changes in dietary habits can lead to significant improvements in energy levels, focus, and overall well-being.
Conference Ends. Cocktail reception opens for attendees staying for the OHS Honours gala
For close to a century the Palais Royale has been home to great musicians such as Count Basie and Duke Ellington. In 2005, Palais Royale underwent a revival and now takes its place as one of Toronto’s premier event venues.
We are excited to host OHS Honours at this prestigious space!
1601 Lake Shore Blvd W.,
Toronto, ON, M6K 3C1
Complimentary Guest Parking is available directly on Lakeshore Boulevard in the median across from our building. Coming from the east or the west on Lakeshore Boulevard, stay in the left hand lane. You will then see the green parking sign for guest parking for Palais Royale. There is a pedestrian crosswalk to get across Lakeshore to the venue from the parking lot and access to the painted blue and green foot bridge is not necessary. A map is attached for your reference.
Wheelchair accessible on the west side of the building.