Fall COVID-19 Auditing Sessions

Join us for a free online session on the 2021 Auditing Requirements Guideline  including information on:

  • Multi Provincial Auditing
  • Certification/Recertification Audits
  • Maintenance Audits
  • 2022 Auditing Requirements
Oct. 28, 2021
Time: 1:00PM - 2:00PM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing

Webinar | Winter Driving and Fatigue Management

Are you ready for a return to winter driving? Are your drivers set up to successfully manage fatigue? In this joint presentation by Rob Destree, Senior Instructor Driver Development at Alberta Motor Transport Association (AMTA), and Andrew Davis, Program Manager with Energy Safety Canada (ESC), you’ll get a refresher on winter driving concerns along with practical safety tips and advice.
 
Oct. 29, 2021
Time: 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing

Fall COVID-19 Auditing Sessions

Join us for a free online session on the 2021 Auditing Requirements Guideline  including information on:
  • Multi Provincial Auditing
  • Certification/Recertification Audits
  • Maintenance Audits
  • 2022 Auditing Requirements
Nov. 4, 2021
Time: 11:00AM - 12:00PM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing

Web Meeting | SK Petroleum Industry Health & Safety Information Group: Q4 Meeting

You are invited to join Energy Safety Canada Saskatchewan in our fourth quarter meeting.

The focus will be on Driving — one of the 10 Life Saving Rules (LSRs) — with a presentation by representatives from Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI), the Saskatchewan Safety Council and WorkSafe Saskatchewan. Information will be provided on the incidents and challenges encountered when driving in rural areas.

In addition, ESC SK will provide an update on training, program development activities, and injury and claims statistics to the end of Q3 2021.

Nov. 9, 2021
Time: 10:00AM - 11:30AM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing
Notes: Please note this session will run from 10:00 am - 11:30 am CST

Webinar | Safety Leadership

There’s a lot of noise in the safety world. Scholars say one thing, practitioners say another. Some shout, “Safety differently!”, “New view!”, and “Safety resilience!”, while others hold onto what techniques for safety management they feel have stood the test of time. Everyone seems to have an opinion about the way forward.
 
How can we bring these two worlds together? The creator of Safety-II, Erik Hollnagel, wrote that Safety and Safety-II are not mutually exclusive, but this message has been lost along the way.

Dr. Tristan Casey, Senior Lecturer at Middlesex University (UK) and Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at Griffith University (Australia), will discuss the path between these two models and show how they can work together. Using the LEAD model, leaders can frame safety goals in different ways depending on the situation, and this can have a positive affect on workers' behaviours.
 
Nov. 9, 2021
Time: 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing

Fall COVID-19 Auditing Sessions

Join us for a free online session on the 2021 Auditing Requirements Guideline  including information on:

  • Multi Provincial Auditing
  • Certification/Recertification Audits
  • Maintenance Audits
  • 2022 Auditing Requirements
Nov. 10, 2021
Time: 9:00AM - 10:00AM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing

Virtual Workshop | Building Capacity to Manage Pressure Timeline

ESC has developed two workshops based on our Building Capacity to Manage Pressure Program. Each of the two-hour workshops explores an incident that led to tragedy, and participants will work in groups to construct an incident timeline.
 
This two-hour workshop will explore the incident that led to tragedy by working in groups to construct an incident timeline and understand what it takes to build capacity to prevent serious incidents. The timeline format will involve distinguishing between psychological capacity and organizational capacity to encourage a stronger focus on organizational factors that led to the incident. The workshop will be held virtually using Zoom and breakout rooms.
 
Nov. 15, 2021
Time: 12:00PM - 2:00PM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing

Virtual Workshop | Building Capacity to Manage Pressure Timeline

ESC has developed two workshops based on our Building Capacity to Manage Pressure Program. Each of the two-hour workshops explores an incident that led to tragedy, and participants will work in groups to construct an incident timeline.
 
This two-hour workshop will explore the incident that led to tragedy by working in groups to construct an incident timeline and understand what it takes to build capacity to prevent serious incidents. The timeline format will involve distinguishing between psychological capacity and organizational capacity to encourage a stronger focus on organizational factors that led to the incident. The workshop will be held virtually using Zoom and breakout rooms.
 
Nov. 16, 2021
Time: 11:00AM - 1:00PM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing

Webinar | Building Capacity to Manage Pressure

Join us on the journey to build industry’s capacity to manage pressure. With opening remarks from Murray Elliott, President and CEO of Energy Safety Canada, this presentation will review:
  • The 3D video re-creation of the events that led to the death of an oil and gas worker.
  • Hazards of pressure.
  • Capacity to fail safely.
  • Creative sentencing.
  • The program and online course.
This program, the result of a creative sentencing project in partnership with the Government of Alberta and an oil and gas well servicing company, consists of:
  • The 3D video re-creation mentioned above.
  • A free online course to help workers better understand what it takes to make the next step change in performance.
  • Resources to reinforce the learnings.
Nov. 17, 2021
Time: 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing

Virtual Workshop | Building Capacity to Manage Pressure Bowtie

ESC has developed two workshops based on our Building Capacity to Manage Pressure Program. Each of the two-hour workshops explores an incident that led to tragedy, and participants will work in groups to construct a bowtie diagram.
 
This two-hour workshop will explore the incident that led to tragedy by working in groups to construct a bowtie to understand what it takes to build capacity to prevent serious incidents. The workshop will be held virtually using Zoom and breakout rooms.
Nov. 18, 2021
Time: 1:00PM - 3:00PM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing

Webinar | Enhanced Situational Awareness: Pay Better Attention to the Right Things at the Right Time

“How could I be so stupid?” We’ve probably all muttered this to ourselves after making a mistake. It happens to all of us. Why? Because humans make mistakes!

Our attention is often scattered across different tasks or topics, and it can be difficult to focus on the present and what’s happening around us. Even with the best intentions, procedures and training, mistakes still happen — evidence that the human factor plays a bigger part in a safe workplace than we often give it credit for.
 
Join Jo-Ann Pawliw as she shares evidence-based tools and strategies to harness the power of the brain and body to pay better attention to the right things at the right time. Jo-Ann has worked with thousands of leaders, employees and athletes to be more aware and focused.
Nov. 18, 2021
Time: 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing

Virtual Workshop | Building Capacity to Manage Pressure Bowtie

ESC has developed two workshops based on our Building Capacity to Manage Pressure Program. Each of the two-hour workshops explores an incident that led to tragedy, and participants will work in groups to construct a bowtie diagram.
 
This two-hour workshop will explore the incident that led to tragedy by working in groups to construct a bowtie to understand what it takes to build capacity to prevent serious incidents. The workshop will be held virtually using Zoom and breakout rooms.
Nov. 19, 2021
Time: 10:00AM - 12:00PM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing

Webinar | Get a Grip on Safety: Implementing a Slips, Trips and Falls program

According to the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, more than 42,000 workers are injured annually due to falls. The majority, 66%, are due to same level slips and trips.

This webinar focuses on how to effectively implement a program for preventing slips, trips and falls—such as Energy Safety Canada’s Get a Grip on Safety—including best practices and strategies to engage all levels of an organization. 

Nov. 25, 2021
Time: 12:00PM - 1:00PM
Fee: $0.00
Location:Webinar – Hosted by Zoom Video Conferencing

Our goal:

Zero injuries.

Zero incidents.