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28-May-2019 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM - Luncheon: Incident Analysis: Another Level
Chateau Louis Hotel & Conference Centre
11727 Kingsway NW
Edmonton, Alberta T5G 3A1
Canada



Session Description:

People matter more than anything else (not the problem-the solution). A workplace is a complex environment and learning is everything.  People make mistakes, error is normal, incidents are not a choice.  Learning "how" is more useful than the "why".


Join John Wettstein as he speaks on incident analysis with a fresh perspective.  John believes in making a difference in the quality of people's lives through safety conversations, asking questions to understand while supporting people to risk safely.

 Event: Luncheon - Incident Analysis: Another Level

  • When: May 28, 2019 ; 11:30 am to 1:00 pm
  • Location: Chateau Louis Hotel & Conference Centre
  • Ticket: $45 Member l $80 Non-Member l $40 Student

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Speaker Bio: John Wettstein



John is a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) and a Certified Health and Safety Consultant (CHSC). He is a workplace facilitator, author and owner of Wettstein Safety Strategies Inc. John has developed and delivered customized workshops for the electrical industry, the oil and gas industry, chemical process plants, mining companies, and construction industries. John has also developed workshops for international clients, delivered the information through interpreters, and presented a two-day Hazard and Risk Assessment workshop at the 2009 World Engineering Congress, Bangkok, Thailand.

John has been published in Canada’s Occupational Health & Safety Magazine (OHS Canada) and has instructed at the University of Alberta, Faculty of Extension, for the Occupational Health & Safety Certificate Program. He has presented at business seminars and conferences on topics such as:

  • Hazard, Risk and Control Assessment
  • Effective Observations and Interventions-Safety Leadership
  • Supervisor Safety Skills.

With fifteen years experience as a tradesman and over thirty years as a health and safety professional, John’s fun, active training workshops are reinforced with humour and enthusiasm, inspiring employees to manage Risk (Safety) through conversations.


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