Training & Events

Safety Service Manitoba Occupational Health & Safety Conference

The 2021 Safety Services Manitoba Occupational Health & Safety Conference is a must-attend event for anyone whose job involves responsibility for safety, health and wellness. This year’s lineup of topics offers insights and tips for senior managers, supervisors, union safety representatives, lead hands, occupational health and safety specialists, safety engineers, loss and risk managers, human resource managers, contractors and consultants.

BAM is pleased to help subsidize this training for our member companies. Please contact for questions on how we can help to subsidize and to register.


May 12

Michelle Cederberg - The Success-Energy Equation: How to Regain Focus, Recharge Your Life, and Really Get Sh!t Done

For over 17 years, Certified Speaking Professional Michelle Cederberg has captivated audiences across North America with her empowering and humorous messages about how to set worthwhile goals, get energized for success, and live a bigger life. Michelle is the author of three books. Her new book The Success-Energy Equation, debuted as a bestseller in October 2020.

Dr. Brent Roussin - Manitoba’s Pandemic Response

A practicing physician and specialist in public health and preventive medicine, serves as Manitoba’s Chief Provincial Public Health Officer (CPPHO). The main functions of the CPPHO are to monitor and report on the health status of Manitobans, strengthen the province’s ability to respond to public health threats, reduce health
disparities and support government in improving the overall health of Manitobans.

May 13

Stuart Ellis-Myers “Twitchy” - Mental Health Safety for Life

Stuart Myers is the world’s only funny, inspirational, motivational keynote speaker who loves to ‘positively traumatize™’ audiences. On 863+ conference stages located across North America, Australia and Europe, delegates enjoy fits of laughter while learning how to become Unstoppable and turn mental health into mental wealth.

Jay Shaw - Tag You’re it! – Dealing with Stress and Mental Health in the Midst of Chaos

Jay Shaw is a member of the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service and is the Assistant Chief of
Emergency Management and Public Information for the City of Winnipeg. Shaw holds a master’s degree in emergency management from Royal Roads University and is a recent graduate of Harvard Universities National Preparedness Leadership Initiative’s crisis leadership program.