Lisa Lounsbury

Lisa has been educating and entertaining audiences, conference delegates and clients on the topics of Health and Wellness for over 28 years. As an expert in mental health, wellness and fitness, Lisa has been focussed on inspiring and motivating individuals to Make Wellness a Priority™ and to Bring Health to Health and Safety™.

As a keynote speaker and workshop facilitator Lisa speaks to groups in the Health and Safety Industry, Education Sectors, Municipal, Provincial and Federal Governments, Social Services, Human Resources, Financial, Mining Groups and many others. Lisa is the President and Founder of New Day Wellness Inc.™ and the New Day Wellness Academy™, a Motivational Speaker, TV Host of Your Wellness on Eastlink TV, a Corporate Mental Health and Wellness Trainer, International Fitness Specialist and Competitive Tap Dancer. Over the years Lisa has also appeared on a variety of radio talk shows, commercials and news interviews. She’s addressed members of Non-Profit Organizations, National Speakers Groups and Professional Associations and always leaves her audiences motivated and energized. Being an engaging, entertaining and inspiring speaker as a mental health and wellness expert is what Lisa delivers with every Keynote, Workshop, Retreat, Interview, and TV Episode.

Todd Conklin, Ph.D

Dr. Todd Conklin is an internationally recognized expert in Organizational Culture and Behavior and Human Performance. Working with organizations that perform high-risk, high-consequence activities in ensuring that the interface between the organization’s work control systems and the organization’s workers are crafted in such a way as to create system influences and expected performances and to prevent unexpected events. If prevention efforts fail, lead and assist in failure investigation and learning for organizations that have had some level of high-consequence operational event. The outcome of these investigation and organizational learning activities is to create and facilitate learning change planning, and programming for improved, resilient performance for the future.

Susan Sawatzky

Susan Sawatzky, B. Ed, CRSP, Certified Psychological H&S Advisor, is the Director of In-Scope Solutions and an international speaker on the topics of fatigue management and stress management in the workplace.

Susan is an instructor with the University of Alberta, the University of New Brunswick, and the University of Calgary; instructing Fatigue Management, Business and Leadership and Psychological Health & Safety in their various OHS programs.

Susan is an engaging and sought after speaker and presenter.  She presents both keynote and concurrent sessions for audiences large and small, and is consistently one of the top-rated presenters at conferences she attends.

Susan works directly at the industry level with many industry groups and associations to assist them in guiding change throughout their industries.  She has been actively engaged with a multitude of industries including: transportation, mining and resource extraction, direct delivery, aviation, manufacturing, municipalities, utilities and more.  Susan’s work focusses on guiding industry level change and advising on industry best practice guidelines related to fatigue.

Recent industry experiences include drafting proposed OHS Fatigue Legislation for Alberta and creating fatigue policy and guidelines for the Canadian oil and gas industry as the previous manager of their fatigue portfolio.   

Allan Kehler

Allan Kehler is a highly sought-after keynote speaker who empowers his audience to live opposed to merely exist. As a member of the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS), he has conducted hundreds of presentations while gaining national attention for his engaging style and captivating approach. Allan’s talks include the following topics.

Joe Roberts

Joe Roberts aka The Skidrow CEO is an expert on resiliency and change. Having experienced both catastrophic failure and extraordinary success Joe teaches how to overcome the roadblocks that get in the way of safety. He helps companies and individuals redefine what’s truly possible by confronting limiting mindsets. Participants at Joes’ events leave inspired and moved to action.

What is most amazing about Joe is that in 1989 he was living on the streets of Vancouver as a homeless skid row addict. Through perseverance, determination and his resilient human spirit, Joe pulled himself out of the darkness and despair, to become a highly respected business and community leader.

Joes message is inspiring, energetic, humorous, honest, raw and unforgettable. Safety groups love Joe’s down to earth authentic story and the ability to have the message resonate that long after the meeting has convened.