Kentville, NS, July 2017 – Western NS Chapter of Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE) is hosting a FREE information event: Building Safety Partnerships, for small to medium size business. Workplace safety incidents cost employers hundreds of millions of dollars every year.
The cost of a workplace injury reduces a company’s bottom line, and businesses cannot afford a reduction in profit margins.
The panel of representatives from Workers Compensation, Department of Labour, Farm Safety NS and Safety Professionals from Western NS will provide an overview of employer’s responsibilities and answer participants' questions. In a safe environment, participants will be able to ask questions and discuss issues affecting them.
Employers must manage many aspects of their business. The participants will receive a FREE Small Business Safety Toolkit that helps put together a program to look after the health and safety of each person in the workplace. Managing occupational health and safety is just as important as managing finances when it comes to the bottom line. Health and safety is important to everyone. It’s not only the law – it’s the right thing to do. And it makes good business sense.
Location: Kentville Fire Hall, 463 Main Street, Kentville
Date and Time: Thursday, September 14, 2017 from 9 -11 am
As an organization, CSSE shapes the safety profession in Canada by working with its members and partners. CSSE members work in many different industries, but share one common goal: Ensuring our colleagues make it home safe at the end of the workday.
Contact:Stewart Franck, Chair of CSSE Western NS Chapter