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  1. Superior Health & Safety Conference & Trade Show Best Western Great Northern, Sault Ste. Marie Tuesday, May 11, 2004 EVOLVING A CULTURE OF HEALTH AND SAFETY Ms. Maureen Shaw, President & CEO Industrial Accident Prevention Association (IAPA) Telephone: 1-800-406-IAPA (4727) www.iapa.ca

  2. Vision "A World where risks are controlled because everyone believes suffering and loss are morally, socially and economically unacceptable." Mission To improve the quality of life in workplaces and communities we serve by being an internationally recognized leader in providing effective programs, products and services for the prevention of injury and illness.

  3. Its About Making A Difference ... • Working in Partnership and building alliances to create synergies • It’s about leadership; it’s about citizenship • In our workplaces – providing solutions in an integrated manner • In the unacceptable numbers ofpeople injured, killed and made ill

  4. CANADA 2001 ONTARIO 2001 Total Working Population for employees over 15 years of age 12,488,000 4,959,000 Total Fatalities 920 328 364,000 Total Injuries 800,000 1 worker in 16 were injured Every 9.1 seconds a worker is injured

  5. Member Firms Success Note: Lost time injuries per 200,000 estimated hours worked. Latest update based on Dec 2003 data.

  6. Ontario Schedule I *Note: Lost time injuries per 200,000 estimated hours worked. Latest update based on March 2004 data.

  7. Every year in Ontario approximately 15,000 young workers are injured on the job. That’s equivalent of a full school bus every day.

  8. Frequency Change by Interaction Type 14.0 13.0 12.0 11.0 10.0 9.0 8.0 7.0 6.0 5.0 4.0 3.0 2.0 % reduction in LTI Frequency 1.0 0.0 Products Only Training Only Any Interaction Consulting Only Consulting & Training Only Consulting Training & Products Consulting & Products Only Workshop, Regional Conference or Meeting Consulting, Training, Products & Workshops Consulting with or without Another Interaction All IAPA Membership regardless of intervention

  9. IAPA Market Positioning Statement “IAPA is a committed, innovative, customer-focused organization that is recognized by our members and clients as a solution-focused, responsive, market leader.”

  10. We achieve our mission by…. • Being the preferred solutions provider of core, standardized business services and products as well as customized services • Making a focused shift from being a product-driven organization which has been a traditional business model to a more market driven organization • Becoming more focused on our customers needs and objectives – becoming more consultative and focused on their business

  11. We achieve our mission by…. • Being an active participant in the National Quality Institutes’ Progressive Excellence Program – being committed to an ongoing pursuit of sustained, continuous excellence • Making it easier for people to access information in the format best suited for their requirements • Reaching new audiences through our volunteer network – regional conferences and workshops

  12. Challenges we face… • Reaching people: There are many people and companies who still don’t know about IAPA and in some cases are not aware that they have a health and safety responsibility • Creating the market by helping leadership clearly understand the business case for prevention. As a social issue, health and safety is in its infancy.

  13. Corporate Social Responsibility in a globalized industrial world is about making the business investment and the community promise sustainable for the company and for the communities we operate in, its people and environment. It demands: • LEADERSHIP • INTEGRITY • RESPECT • RELATIONSHIPS • IT’S ABOUT RESPONSIBLE CITIZENSHIP

  14. BILL C-45 Bill C-45 is an act to bring corporate responsibility to the criminal code. Health and safety is integrated into the over arching responsibility of organizations Specific to Health and Safety: • Modernize the code definitions • Codify rules for attributing criminal liability to organizations • Establish a legal duty to ensure the safety of workers and the public • Set out factors for a court to consider when sentencing an organization • Provide optional conditions of probation that a court can impose on an organization • The fine for a “summary conviction” has been increased from $25,000 to $100,000.

  15. “We must be the change we wish to see in the world” Mahatma Gandhi

  16. It’s About Making A Difference.