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Breakfast Meeting with the Ontario Health and Safety Associations

On December 12, 2013  Hon. Steven W Mahoney, President and CEO of the Radiation Safety Institute of Canada, will host a breakfast meeting with the provincial Health and Safety Partners.   The meeting will bring together  Ontario Health and Safety Associations: Workplace Safety Prevention Services (WSPS), Infrastructure Health and Safety Association (IHSA), Workplace Safety North (WSN) and Public Services Health and Safety Association (PSHSA).

Our guest of honor is Mr George Gritziotis,  Chief Prevention Officer, Ontario Ministry of Labour

This breakfast event is our way of thanking all our partners for their support of the Institute’s radiation safety mandate and its prevention agenda. During the meeting we will give a short briefing on the Institute’s ongoing projects and  our new initiatives.   At the end of the event we will invite the leaders of our partner organizations to sign the Memorandums of Understanding with the Institute for the year 2014 and to discuss ways we can work together to further the ultimate goal of PREVENTION in the province.

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