Mar. 27, 2019 - AGM and Conference Registration



March 27, 2019

Saskatchewan Association for Safe Workplaces in Health (SASWH)

 Annual General Meeting and Education Conference

Workplace Safety Needs Leaders

The Ultimate Partnership

Senior leaders, occupational health & safety professionals, and employees within the healthcare industry - don't miss this opportunity to attend an exciting industry event on March 27, 2019, in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. This conference, hosted by SASWH, is an all-day, healthcare-related event with an educational component.  It will be an excellent opportunity to network and hear how SASWH supports the industry in safety.  Our keynote speaker brings a blend of messaging to our AGM and Conference that reminds us of how we are all leaders in workplace health and safety.

Attendees will be treated to an overview of the Provincial Violence Prevention Framework and Strategy and the available online resources.  In addition, the conference this year reminds us of the need for leadership and commitment to safety.  As a member of the healthcare team your leadership matters.

Wednesday, March 27, 2019 – 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

TCU Place Saskatoon, Galleries A,B,C
35 – 22nd Street Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Fees - Event Registration
Non Members: $100.00

Members: Free (employers, workers and unions in healthcare are included in the member category)

Register early as space is limited!

Business Attire

HOTEL BLOCKS FOR AGM - March 26, 2019

Hilton Garden Inn
90 – 22nd Street E
Reservations:  Ph: (306) 244-2311
Cut off: February 28, 2019

Reservations on-line:

Holiday Inn Downtown
101 Pacific Avenue
Ph: (306) 986-5000
Cut off: February 26, 2019

Complete your on-line registration HERE.

For Agenda - CLICK HERE

CLICK HERE for a Downloadable Poster


Keynote Speaker:  Drew Dudley

 Drew Dudley


Drews First Book

Drew Dudley is the Founder & Chief Catalyst of Day One Leadership, Inc., which helps organizations around the world increase their leadership capacity.  His clients have included some of the world’s most dynamic companies and organizations, including McDonald’s, Dreamworks Animation, JP Morgan Chase, and over 75 colleges and universities.

Prior to founding Day One, he spent 8 years as the Director of one of Canada’s largest leadership development programs at the University of Toronto, and served as National Chair of one of Canada’s largest youth charities, which mobilized 35,000 volunteers to raise a million dollars annually to support the work of Cystic Fibrosis Canada.

Drew has spoken to over 250,000 people on 5 continents, been featured on The Huffington Post, Radio America,, and, where his “TED talk” has been voted “one of the 15 most inspirational TED talks of all time”. TIME, Business Insider and Inc. magazines have all named his talk as one of their “10 speeches that will make you a better leader”.



Guest Speaker: Tom Gabriel (Dipl.) ACW, ICADC, CCAC, CTSS

Tom GabrielTom Gabriel is certified as an International Alcohol and Drug Counsellor (ICADC), a Certified Canadian Addictions Counsellor (CCAC), a Certified Trauma Services Specialist (CTSS) and holds a diploma as an Addiction Care Worker that he received from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.  In 2012 he retired from the Police Service but continued to pursue his passion of assisting service members and their families in his current employment with the Toronto Police Association as an EFAP Consultant, Crisis and Addictions Counsellor. In 2017, he was awarded with the Roly Gatin Award by the Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation for his service work during his six years on the CACCF Board of Directors as President, Vice President, Board Secretary and other committee positions.

Tom is presently the President of Addiction Studies Forum Inc. (Annual Institute on Addiction Studies) and has presented in many venues for police agencies, conferences, colleges, private companies and other speaking engagements including appearances on local television, radio and other media releases in regards to addiction and mental health issues.  Tom lives in Toronto with his wife of 38 years, has two sons and two grandchildren.

NOTE: You don’t want to miss this industry exclusive event.