Thank you to everyone who helped make the 2022 BC Safety Committee Conference a complete success. The conference is now over. It was a great event, completely selling out 3 weeks prior to the conference dates and with lots of wonderful and very positive comments from the over 230 people participating. The Conference Will return in the fall of 2023. Watch this space for more information coming in the spring or summer of 2023.
The conference is SOLD OUT. BUT post-conference courses seats available. If you would like to register for a post conference course, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (604) 233-1842. If you are planning to register for the post-conference courses and are coming from out of town we strongly suggest you call or email to ensure there are seats available BEFORE you make any travel arrangements.
Health and Safety While Attending the Conference
The conference will be following COVID guidelines and mandates as outlined by the Province of BC and the BC Public Health Officer at the time of the conference. At this time and as per current Public Health recommendations, the BC Safety Committee Conference is not requiring masks or proof of vaccination for conference attendees, speakers or staff. Masks are welcome but not mandatory at the Coast Langley City Hotel and Conference Centre facilities. If you choose to wear a mask but haven’t brought one of your own, complimentary masks will be available at the conference registration desk as will complimentary hand sanitizer. In addition, overall conference attendance has been reduced from 330 to 230 attendees to allow for more social distancing.
As everyone will make a choice around masking, hand sanitizing and social distancing that is best for them, please be kind and understanding in their decisions.
The Safety Committee Conference is a great place for safety committees to connect with each other and attend topics that are relevant to THEM. Check out the program to see the roster of great topics and speakers we have assembled for you!
3 GREAT REASONS TO ATTEND:
1) LEARN how other safety committees are solving their safety problems.
2) MEET WorkSafeBC annual safety committee training requirements.
3) DISCOVER what’s new in Occupational Safety and Health.