Globally recognized humanitarian advocate Dr. James Orbinski will kick off Forum 2016: The Changing World of Work with a keynote on how we can create the space to become more human.
Get inspired as he touches on his extraordinary journey working in some of the world's most critical humanitarian emergencies in Rwanda, Afghanistan and Somalia. As the international president of Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders, Dr. Orbinski accepted t he Nobel Peace Prize awarded to MSF for its pioneering approach to medical humanitarianism.
He will share his passion for actively engaging in and shaping our world so that it is more humane, fair and just, and will hopefully spark us to do the same.
Other featured speakers at Forum include human and organization performance expert Dr. Todd Conklin and acclaimed work-life balance researcher, writer, and speaker Dr. Linda Duxbury. Plus, understand the latest findings on new and emerging risks from the European Agency for Safety and Health at Work (EU-OSHA) and on breakthrough change from the Institutute for Work and Health.
Turn ideas into action - if you want to effect positive changes in worker health, safety and well-being, you need to be at Forum 2016. This will be CCOHS' fifth national discussion on workplace health and safety, and will take place February 29-March 1, 2016, in Vancouver, BC.
The conference fee includes two full days of sessions, networking, and lunches. Register by November 30 to save $100.