Understand what protocols nonprofits should consider to ensure the health and safety not just of staff but also volunteers, clients and community members.
Some key questions the webinar covered:
- What can nonprofits do to ensure the health and safety of staff and others who may enter their offices or spaces or use their services?
- How might your operations need to change as people re-enter your space?
- How are other nonprofits planning their reopening?
- What are the key considerations in your re-opening checklist?
- Could vaccines be considered integral in maintaining a safe workplace?
Jackie Sam earned her master’s degree specializing in Occupational and Environmental Health from the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School of Public Health. She currently works as a Health and Safety Consultant at the Public Services Health and Safety Association (PSHSA) where she has been involved in product development, piloting innovative health and safety solutions, and providing specialized consulting services to Ontario’s public services sectors.
Jackie’s work strives to reduce the burden of occupational injury and illness through prevention and promotion of health, wellness, and safety. Prior to working in public health, Jackie trained as a chiropractor with a keen interest in biomechanics and rehabilitation. She also has work experience in healthcare, community services, and the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board.
Kirstin Grant is the Director of People & Wellness for Canadian Mental Heath Association, Ontario Division. Kirstin has over 20 years of international HR leadership experience in the professional services and not-for-profit sectors, including EVP HR at Marsh & McLennan Companies, Head of Talent for Mercer Europe, and Canada Practice Leader – Talent Consulting at EY. Kirstin believes in empowering people to transform organizations from the inside out and is a long-time advocate for psychological wellness in the workplace.
Moderated by Cathy Taylor