Robert Paddon CTP, CSTP
Speaker Bio
Company
Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC
Chilliwack
Title
OHS Training Instructor
Biography

Robert has managed safety as a tradesperson, shop manager, safety professional, and a learning and development professional. He began his career as a mechanic working in fleet maintenance for the Canadian Armed Forces. As a civilian employee at the Canadian Forces Base Chilliwack, he was a member and co-chair of the Joint Health and Safety Committee for nine years.

After completing the Base General Safety Officer course, Robert did an acting term as the Base General Safety Officer. After the base closed, he ran the Hunter Education Program for the BC Wildlife Federation and subsequently held several roles in training and development for companies including the City of Edmonton, Saipem Construction Canada, and Skytrain.

As an OHS trainer with the Manufacturing Safety Alliance of BC, Robert delivers instructor-led courses in Joint Health and Safety, Risk Assessment, Hazard ID, and more. He also supports the development of courses.

Robert is passionate about life-long learning and has never stopped learning throughout his career. He has completed numerous programs in health and safety and training – including the Instructor Diploma Program at Vancouver Community College. He is an active member of the Institute for Performance and Learning.

Sessions

13:15 - 15:15 PM PDT
In this practical workshop, learn the keys to committee involvement in effective workplace inspections and investigations for safety committee members. More than that, learn new ways to follow up on completed inspections to ensure action! 
12:45 - 13:30 PM PDT
We have chemicals in our homes and in our workplaces.  Have you ever thought about the life cycle of chemicals? How we buy, store, use and dispose of chemicals.  What laws are in place to control their use—and if we spill a chemical, who do we have to call?  Can you throw old chemicals into […]
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