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Leading Workplace Change

March 8 & 9, 2010

 

National Capital Region

Forum 3

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Sponsors

 

CCOHS wishes to thank the following Sponsors for their support:

 

Human Resources and Skills Development Canada Labour Program

The Labour Program helps Canadians to participate in the new global economy. We do this by conducting research on developing workplace trends and by providing the latest information on collective bargaining and agreements. We develop, administer and enforce workplace legislation and regulations which cover industrial relations, health and safety and employment standards, and workplace equality. These laws cover federally regulated workers and employers. The Labour Program also works closely with provincial and territorial governments, unions, employers, and international partners to enhance working conditions and ensure healthy and fair workplaces for all Canadians.

 

Bruce Power

Bruce Power is a partnership among Cameco Corporation, TransCanada Corporation, BPC Generation Infrastructure Trust, a trust established by the Ontario Municipal Employees Retirement System, the Power Workers' Union and The Society of Energy Professionals.

 

WorkSafeBC

WorkSafeBC serves about 2 million workers and 200,000 employers across BC. To promote the prevention of workplace injury, illness, disease and fatality, WorkSafeBC educates, consults with employers and workers and conducts inspections of worksites to monitor health and safety. It also regulates worksites through the creation of workplace health and safety rules. WorkSafeBC provides resources on its website at www.worksafebc.com, to help workers and employers be safe on the job.

 

CUPE Logo

The Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) is Canada's largest union. With 600,000 members across Canada, CUPE represents workers in health care, education, municipalities, libraries, universities, social services, public utilities, transportation, emergency services and airlines. A strong and democratic union, CUPE is committed to improving the quality of life for workers in Canada.

 

Canadian Labour Congress

We are the umbrella organization for dozens of unions, provincial labour federations, and regional labour councils. Through them, we represent the interests of over three million Canadian workers in every imaginable occupation from coast to coast. Our goals are simple - what we wish for ourselves we desire for all.

 

Small Business Banking: Scotiabank logo

Scotiabank Small Business advisors are committed to helping you grow, providing practical advice, information and services. Through the E-learning for Business Coalition, we offer three Small Business Certificate programs: Small Business Management, Small Exporter Management, and Small Business Health & Safety. Visit www.scotiabank.com/smallbusiness/learningcentre/exclusive offers and programs for details.

 

CAW

The Public Service Alliance of Canada represents 165,000 members from coast to coast to coast. The PSAC features a diverse and growing membership. The majority of its membership is employed by the federal government. The PSAC is an advocate for its membership and for all Canadians. It strives to achieve a compassionate and inclusive society that is free of all forms of discrimination.

 

CAW

The Canadian Auto Workers' union is the largest private sector union in Canada with over 225,000 members. Through organizing and mergers with other unions, the CAW has grown into a diverse and progressive organization representing workers throughout virtually every sector of the Canadian economy. CAW members work in aerospace, mining, fishing, auto and specialty vehicle assembly, auto parts, hotels, airlines, rail, education, hospitality, retail, road transportation, health care, manufacturing, shipbuilding and other sectors of the economy.

 

Workplace Health, Safety and Compensation Commission. Safe Work: Newfoundland & Labrador

 

Northwest Territories and Nunavut: WSCC - Workers' Safety & Compensation Commission