Partners in Prevention 2013 Call for Speaker Proposals
Partners in Prevention 2013 Health & Safety Conference & Trade Show will take place on April 30 - May 1 at the International Centre in Mississauga.
Partners in Prevention Conference (formerly Health & Safety Canada) encompasses all of Ontario’s Prevention System Partners – Infrastructure Health & Safety Association, Public Services Health & Safety Association, Workplace Safety North, and Workplace Safety & Prevention Services.
The conference program includes speakers from across North America and provides excellent opportunities for training and networking with health and safety professionals, human resource professionals, health and safety technical specialists, health and safety managers, risk managers, emergency response personnel, and much more.
We are inviting speaker proposals in the following areas:
Specific hazards and best practices
Leadership and management
Research in health and safety
Sessions and Workshops
If you would like to be considered as a speaker, please submit a one-page outline or abstract (no more than 250 words) and include information on your credentials as a presenter.
Sessions are either one-hour concurrent presentations or 2-1/2 hour workshops. We will assume your proposal is for a one-hour concurrent unless indicated otherwise in your abstract. Of critical importance is the requirement that session content must be action oriented, providing take-aways or action plans for attendees. As part of your submission, please also indicate the level of your content – that is, fundamentals, intermediate, or advanced.
Professional Development Courses
Partners in Prevention 2013 will offer a small selection of professional development courses before and after the conference. Potential instructors are invited to submit proposals containing content outline of the proposed course, as well as background and credentials of the instructor.
Submissions will be accepted until November 16, 2012. Late submissions may be considered depending on the subject matter. Proposals should be submitted electronically to:
Conference Program Lead
Proposals will be evaluated by mid December and those accepted will be notified by December 31st, 2012.
Speakers whose proposals are accepted will be required to provide a presentation title and description of approximately 50 words in length for use in our promotional material and on our website.