TORONTO, Feb. 17, 2016 /CNW/ - Canada's largest and longest-running workplace health and safety conference and trade show, Partners in Prevention 2016, returns April 26 and 27, 2016 at The International Centre in Mississauga and will explore "New Frontiers in Health & Safety." Over 4,500 health and safety professionals will convene to hear celebrated keynote speakers, attend over 70 cutting-edge sessions, workshops, e-learning labs and professional development courses. Partners In Prevention 2016 also features an extensive Trade Show with over 410 booths featuring the latest in market trends, products and services, and interactive experiences for the health and safety professional.
Celebrated keynote speakers will include:
- Martin Ford, Best-selling author of Rise of the Robots: Technology and the Threat of a Jobless Future, Martin Ford will address how the accelerating pace of new technologies will change, for better and worse, the economy, the job market and society at large.
Dr. James McLurkin, Award-winning Inventor, Robotics Expert and Hardware Engineer at Google, Dr. James McLurkin will explore the current state of the art and the future of robotic technology.
- Ziya Tong, Co-host of Daily Planet, Canada's daily science show on The Discovery Channel, Ziya Tong will address Leadership Lessons Learned From the Animal Kingdom.
Conference Registration is now open. For more information or to register, visit www.PartnersinPreventionConference.com or contact the WSPS Customer Care Department: toll-free at 1-877-494-9777, email@example.com. Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) offers unparalleled health and safety expertise, insight and solutions for creating healthy work environments where employees thrive and businesses prosper. WSPS is a dynamic $43-million organization servicing 154,000 member firms. WSPS is primarily focused on the agricultural, industrial/manufacturing and service sectors.
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