TORONTO, May 1, 2017 /CNW/ -
What: Partners in Prevention opens tomorrow, Tuesday, May 2nd
"Partners in Prevention" is Canada's largest and longest-running health and safety event. Over 4,500 health and safety professionals will converge on May 2 and 3, 2017 at The International Centre for this annual event which features 70+ cutting-edge sessions, workshops and professional development courses and includes a busy trade show with over 410 booths highlighting the latest in market trends, workplace products and services, and interactive experiences for the health and safety professional.
This year's theme - The New Workplace - explores how new and different workplace challenges such as mobile devices, ubiquitous internet access, telecommuting and remote workforces have improved productivity while presenting workplace challenges for employers.
Who: WSPS (Workplace Safety & Prevention Services)
Where: The International Centre, 6900 Airport Road, Mississauga, Ontario – Conference Centre
When: Tuesday, May 2 & Wednesday, May 3, 2016 8:00 am – 5:00 pm daily
Opening Ceremonies: (May 2, 8:00 am)
The Honourable Kevin Flynn, Minister of Labour
George Gritziotis, Chief Prevention Officer, Ministry of Labour
Lynn Brownell, Interim President and CEO, WSPS (Workplace Safety & Prevention Services)
Keynote Speaker: Neil Pasricha, "Happier People, Happier Organizations"
All day at the show: 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. - Trade Show (410 exhibitors), High-Risk Pavilion, Healthy Living Pavilion, Distracted Driving Pavilion
The Media Room (opens 7:30 am both days) is located in the Pisces Room, Conference Centre at The International Centre. The Conference Centre is the first building you will see as you continue north on Airport Road, just before Derry Road. Once you enter the Conference Centre, turn left into the hallway and the Pisces Room is the first on your left.
SOURCE Partners in Prevention
For further information: Edye Rome, Edye Rome Communication Services, Tel: 416-785-6213, Cell: 416-993-6213, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org