Janet Manella

Vice President Operations
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety

​Janet Mannella is Vice President of Operations at the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety. She is a certified Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) and brings to CCOHS a wealth of expertise in safety leadership, compliance, employee relations, workplace investigations, and much more.
 
Prior to joining CCOHS, Janet worked at McMaster University as the Faculty of Health Sciences Safety Manager, where she was responsible for delivery and audit of occupational health and safety programs and management of support services for more than 8,000 employees across the multiple Health Sciences locations. She was also Manager of Occupational Safety, Security and Parking Services at Conestoga College, and taught in their health and safety certificate program.
 
Janet holds an MBA with a speciality focus in Health and Safety Leadership from the University of Fredericton as well as an Occupational Health and Safety certificate from Ryerson University.

Speaking Sessions

Janet Manella will be speaking at Make It Safe 2020 at the following times.

Supervising a workplace that is healthy and safe can be challenging yet rewarding for everyone involved. But how do you integrate psychosocial and psychological elements into existing health and safety programs to support comprehensive prevention efforts?

During this session, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS), will provide you with actionable steps and credible resources to help you work towards a healthy workplace that is both manageable and measurable. Through a practical playbook, along with facilitated discussions, the group will be led through what applications are available to help your organization. Additionally, business continuity, risk assessment, and work priorities and how they pair with safety practices will also be reviewed.

90min

Breakout Seminar
Speaker
Janet Manella
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