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Arts Consultants Canada / Consultants canadiens en arts presents a Professional Development Seminar


with Janet Sellery, ACCA Member
Sellery Health & Safety

Wednesday, June17th, 2015
3:30 - 5:00 PM
Location: Metro Hall, 55 John Street, Toronto

Arts organizations face unique health and safety challenges. On any given day, your clients could be flying performers, building scenery or hanging artwork, using hazardous chemicals or working with dangerous equipment – sometimes all at once!

Like other sectors, the arts need health and safety procedures as a core element in risk management; but where to begin? It’s not like you can copy a health and safety program developed for a factory, a hospital, an office building? Your needs are truly one-of-a-kind. And the benefits are real:

  • Compliance with the legislative requirements, such as Occupational Health & Safety Act and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act
  • Reduced costs associated with worker’s comp and disability claims
  • Improved productivity, well being and morale

Join ACCA member Janet Sellery, recognized as one of Canada's leading experts in health and safety in the arts. After a career in stage management, she pioneered the health and safety program at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival, worked as the Health & Safety Manager for David Atkins Enterprises Productions for the Opening, Closing and Victory Ceremonies for the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.
ACCA Members - $35 | Non-members - $50

There's Safety in Numbers:
As a member of ACCA, bring UP TO TWO guests
at the membership rate of $35

Click here to register now!

Arts Consultants Canada/Consultants canadiens en arts (ACCA) is a peer vetted association for consultants working in the arts and cultural sector in Canada. With a head office in Toronto, ACCA is currently developing a network of members across the country working in Canada’s official languages. Please visit our website for further details.

Applications from established consultants are both encouraged and welcomed.

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