Michelle Ray

Born in Australia and now residing in Vancouver, Michelle Ray is a health and safety speaker renowned for her expertise on leadership, accountability, influence and building outstanding safety cultures. Michelle demonstrates a deep understanding of team dynamics, interpersonal communication and personal responsibility. She has worked with hundreds of leaders and their teams in diverse industries including occupational health and safety sectors within private and public enterprise, construction mining as well as oil and gas. Her style has been described as dynamic, fun refreshing, uplifting with a common- sense message.

David Lynn

DAVID G. LYNN, CSP, is a published author, professional speaker, and the President of Peak Safety Performance, LLC. His company is focused on helping clients develop strategic safety plans that address everyday challenges. David has a unique blend of work experiences at OSHA, Duracell, Owens Corning, Fluor, and Peak Safety Performance. He has worked in the field on construction projects, managed safety on a plant level, and has lead corporate safety initiatives as a Corporate Safety Director.

Each experience has given David insight on how to lead improvement on all levels of an organization. He understands the everyday struggles a safety professional experiences and he also knows what it feels like to overcome the challenges we all face.

With strategic planning, leadership development, and project execution, David helps clients solve problems and achieve their goals.

Jeff McKissack

For over three decades, Jeff McKissack has been addressing the topics of profiling, threat assessment, and risk management to conferences and conventions as well as onsite employee training programs.  Having addressed over 350,000 in live audiences as well as countless millions via radio and television interviews over the years, Jeff remains as passionate about his subject matter today as in his early years working with a renown investigative reporter for the national media.

Jay Allen

Dr. Jay Allen is a seasoned Corporate Safety Executive with 20+ years of operational leadership and policy experience in the transportation, retail and logistics spheres. His research practices have a history of in-depth analysis regarding organizational structures and continuously contribute to company growth and cultural components. These analyses can reinvigorate service efficiency as well as create process automation and implementing best practices, so the integrity of the system is continuously strengthened. Dr. Allen is the Creator and Chief Safety Officer of Safety FM, an organization that is changing the way people look at safety one broadcast and one podcast at time.

Paul Krismer

Few leaders have as much, and as varied, experience in the field of Safety and Disability Management. Paul has a proven 20-year track records as a senior leader within worker’s compensation systems and a consulting expert for high claims volume and high risk employers.

As a public speaker and trainer, Paul’s authentic and passionate commitment to his subject matter shines through. Each presentation is packed with useful information and practical tools. Accented by playful and funny storytelling, Paul’s presentations are also highly engaging. His teaching is powerful, authoritative and convincing. He gets the point across that emotional contexts have serious outcomes – improved safety and reduced disability.

Glyn Jones

Glyn is a Partner in the firm EHS Partnerships Ltd.  He is a consulting occupational health and safety professional and leadership coach.  Glyn is a chemical engineer by training and is a Professional Engineer.  He completed a Master’s degree specializing in occupational health and safety.  He holds numerous professional certifications and is a CIH and a CRSP. Mr. Jones has over thirty years of experience working as a consulting Occupational Health and Safety Professional.  He has completed work in all industries and for all levels of government inCanada and overseas.  He remains very involved in related Professional Associations and currently sits on the advisory board of Mount Royal College’s Environmental Science program and he is the Regional Vice-President of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering.  He is a very involved conference speaker and teaches occupational and environmental health and safety at theUniversity of Calgary, University of Alberta and the University of New Brunswick.

Mike Mullane

Mullane was selected as a Mission Specialist in 1978 in the first group of Space Shuttle Astronauts.  He completed three space missions aboard the Shuttles Discovery (STS-41D) and Atlantis (STS-27 & 36) before retiring from NASA and the Air Force in 1990. Mullane has been inducted into the International Space Hall of Fame and is the recipient of many awards, including the Air Force Distinguished Flying Cross, Legion of Merit and the NASA Space Flight Medal.

Curtis Weber

On July 29th, 1999,  Curtis was 17 years old and working  as a Construction Labourer on the prairies in Saskatchewan, Canada. After a long day at work, he and his crew were attempting to transport a grain bin under an overhead power line with their picker truck. Prior to performing the task, they had assessed the risk of moving the bin under the line and after a brief discussion they said it “had the potential to kill somebody”. They decided to go ahead with the task anyways. As they worked against the elements, Curtis steadied the bin from the high winds while they approached the overhead line. Then the predictable happened and the preventable happened. As they approached the overhead line, the operator of the crane did not boom down far enough and backed directly into the power line. Curtis immediately became the ground point for the electricity as 14,400 volts of electricity surged through his body three separate times. He was surrounded by steel and as each cycle of 14,400 volts passed through his body, the electricity tried to eject him from the live zone and violently threw him from one end of the steel structure to another as the 2nd and 3rd cycles of 14,400 volts of electricity passed through Curtis.  He was given a 0% chance of survival and his family was told to say their goodbyes. Instead, Curtis survived! Today, he has 3rd and 4th degree burns on over 60% of his body and is now a double amputee. Let Curtis share his inspiring story of  triumph over tragedy!

Doug Sterbenz

Doug is a speaker who has been the leader and has actually done it! He lights up the room and opens minds with credible and tested key leadership principles and beliefs that are too often forgotten yet firmly grounded. Doug has serious street credibility from the shop floor to the executive suite – having worked as a shift supervisor to chief operating officer of a Fortune 1000 company. Doug is an executive that can really connect to your audiences. He will captivate, teach and inspire your team so your organization will get the results you desire.

Eldeen E. Pozniak

With over 20 years’ experience as a consultant, entrepreneur and professional speaker, Eldeen knows how to connect with an audience. Well known for her sense of humor and down-to-earth approach, she uses experiences from her consulting practice, entrepreneurial background and her personal life to deliver a timely, well researched, and insightful message that resonates with senior leadership, managers, supervisors and workers no matter the industry, group or organization.