April 28 - April 29, 2015
6900 AIRPORT RD, MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO
At Partners in Prevention 2015, Canada’s largest health and safety conference and trade show, the goal is to spark the atmosphere with ideas for discovery. Its keynote speakers have pushed the boundaries of knowledge and imagination so delegates can share the experience and discover the inspiration within them to do the same. Learn how to maximize your investment by cultivating attitudes, beliefs and behaviours that are the building blocks of a performance-driven health and safety culture. See results with tested strategies and best practices that you can put into action immediately. Learn how successful organizations integrate health and safety excellence to ensure long-term growth.
Breakfast Keynote: Tuesday, April 28
Chris Hadfield, First Canadian Commander of the International Space Station (2013)
The Sky Is Not the Limit: “Good morning, Earth!” That is how Colonel Chris Hadfield–writing on Twitter–woke up the world every day while living for five months aboard the International Space Station. Through his 21-years as an astronaut and three spaceflights, Colonel Hadfield has become a worldwide sensation, harnessing the power of social media to make outer space accessible to millions and infusing a sense of wonder into our collective consciousness not felt since humanity first walked on the Moon. Called “the most famous astronaut since Neil Armstrong,” Colonel Hadfield continues to bring the marvels of science and space travel to everyone he encounters.
Breakfast Keynote: Wednesday, April 28
Dr. Joe MacInnis, Renowned Explorer, Leadership and Teamwork Expert
Leadership Lessons from the James Cameron-National Geographic 7-Mile Dive into the Mariana Trench: Self-described as an “accidental leader, Dr. Joe MacInnis spent 80 days working with James Cameron on Cameron’s “DeepSea Challenge Project”. As Cameron’s digital journalist and team physician, MacInnis recorded the final construction of the sub, the initial tests in Australia, the first research dives in Papua, New Guinea, and Cameron’s epic, 7-mile dive into the Mariana Trench. A medical doctor and expert on human performance in high-risk, high-stress environments, Dr. MacInnis is an eloquent and stirring speaker who will share the leadership lessons he’s learned from the high seas and beyond.
Lunch Keynote: Wednesday, April 29
Michael Landsberg, Host of TSN’s Off the Record
Darkness and Hope: Depression, Sports, and Me: Michael Landsberg is the charismatic and outspoken host of TSN’s Off the Record. From watching his show, you’d never guess that he has been battling mental illness and depression for most of his life. Lifting the stigma from this topic, Landsberg delivers a powerful and personal keynote on the dangerously misunderstood issues of depression and mental health. Depression can affect even the most successful of athletes—from Clara Hughes, one of the great amateur athletes in Canada, to four-time World Series winner Darryl Strawberry. Landsberg shares the story of his own battle with mental illness, as well as the unexplored stories of some of the world’s most recognizable sports figures, to show us that recovery, strength and hope are possible in some of our darkest times.
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