Partners in Prevention Health & Safety Virtual Event Series

Partners in Prevention Health & Safety Virtual Event Series

During these unprecedented times, Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS) understands that protecting your business and your people are of the utmost importance. That is why WSPS is moving its annual Partners in Prevention Health and Safety conference online to help prepare you and your employees get back to work safely.

Item #:  20194

Whether you are currently operating as an essential business or looking to re-open, WSPS trusted advisors and industry experts will lead sessions that discuss practical approaches and address best practices for business recovery. Gain key insights, valuable tools and resources to assist you as you navigate this brave new world. Attend one or all of the PIP Virtual Series webinars.

Who Should Attend?

Business Owners, Human Resources, Managers, Supervisors, and Front-line Workers who are:

  • Essential businesses currently open and operating
  • Non-Essential businesses looking to re-open their operations

Registration Information

  • Webinar will take place August 18, 2020 and will be 75 minutes in length.
  • Registration is required.
  • Cost to participate is complimentary!

Session Description

August 18, 2020 | 10:30 am - 11:45 am EDT
Work It Out: GoodLife Fitness Shares Key Insights and Plans for Opening Safely During a Pandemic

MODERATOR: Michael Wilson, Machine Guarding Specialist, Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS)
Jason Sheridan, SVP Operations, GoodLife Fitness
Jack Minacs, Senior Account Manager, Workplace Safety & Prevention Services (WSPS)

GoodLife Fitness, a leader in the fitness industry, received the green light to open along with many other businesses on July 31. Learn how they integrated lessons learned from provinces that opened ahead of Ontario and from industries worldwide, as they discuss critical components of their Ontario Stage 3 re-opening plan. This session will focus on their physical re-opening of the space, safe return to work, application of the MLTSD guidelines for stage 3, and submission of their plan to safely increase capacity levels to the province. GoodLife Fitness has an advanced approach with many elements that can apply to industries beyond fitness and are hopeful that other businesses can learn from their experience.


Please note: An e-mail with instructions on how to access the webcast will be sent to you prior to course start date.