Heidi Hare CRSP
Speaker Bio
Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC
Vancouver, BC
Senior Safety Advisor

Heidi Hare has more than 14 years of occupational health and safety experience, in safety training for utilities, construction, heavy industry, and post-secondary continuing education and occupational hygiene programs. She has developed staff orientation in health and safety practices for industrial, laboratory, and office and has been actively involved in strategic communications with government, provincial health, corporate partners, and scientific researchers. She has developed and contributed to research proposals, safe work procedures, exposure control plans, and scientific publications.

Heidi began her career in Health and Safety with the BC Cancer Agency and has expanded beyond safety services to adult safety instruction and project management. Her goal is to drive consistency, working collaboratively and providing solutions to continually improve worker safety.


What are the key risk areas driving WorkSafeBC prevention campaigns and inspection activity in your industry? In this interactive session, get two expert perspectives on what might be some of the key hazards in your operations. Recognize the risks, review your controls, and find out where you can go for help. Don’t forget to bring […]
In this one-hour workshop for supervisors and managers, learn the fundamentals of safety management, including hazard identification, risk assessment, and emergency response planning. Gain practical techniques for how to implement a successful safety program that motivates teams towards prioritizing safety. With this workshop, attendees can begin to master the skills and knowledge necessary to create […]
We breathe 24/7 and rarely give it any thought.  But there are particulate contaminants, gas and vapours, and oxygen-deficient atmospheres that can impact our ability to breathe both at work and at home.  Sometimes their affects are acute (e.g., you pass out by getting a large exposure to a substance such as ammonia) or they […]
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