Lee-Anne Lyon-Bartley CRSP, CP-FS
Speaker Bio
Dexterra Group
EVP, Health, Safety, Sustainability, Quality & Community

Lee-Anne Lyon-Bartley is Executive Vice President, Health, Safety, Sustainability, Quality & Community at Dexterra Group, a leading integrated facilities management, workforce accommodations, forestry, and modular building service provider with 8,500 employees across North America. She is a Certified Registered Safety Professional and Certified Professional in Food Safety, with an International General Certificate from the National Examination Board of Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH), IEMA certification, and a BASc in Occupational and Public Health from Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU).

Lee-Anne is passionate about safety and sharing her passion with others, and enjoyed being a regular guest on Season 2 of the nationally televised “Steven and Chris Show” on CBC, highlighting simple safety tips at home. She volunteers with Workplace Safety Prevention Services on an advisory committee, with My Safe Work and Threads of Life, Steps for Life Toronto Planning committee, TMU’s OHS program advisory committee and more . She has instructed health and safety at Seneca, Humber, and Keyano colleges. She was also a director of the Women in Occupational Health and Safety Society and is currently a member of the Prevention Council of Ontario.


Safety champions are at the heart of your health and safety culture. Without their infectious enthusiasm, belief, and influence, your safety initiatives will lose momentum, and the culture you want will struggle to take hold. In this session, learn to identify and mentor the safety champions in your business. Identify the characteristics that make an […]
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