Events

Each year, SPI organizes several FREE events such as:

  • Lunch and Learn – Lunch Conferences
  • Webinars
  • Think Prevention Roadshow

The purpose of these events is to educate workers and employers, and have them reflect on the importance and benefits of good corporate health and safety management. Our specialists will inform you about industry news, such as new standards or even revisions, new innovative product technologies, training based on available applications and more.

Would you like to discuss a topic that is not planned? Let us know by clicking here.

Here is the schedule of our events for 2021: Coming soon!

October

Webinar

October 28, 2021

Webinar: Beyond Flames and Sparks

Do you work in the welding industry? If so, you know how important it is to protect yourself from your job’s visible hazards.

But beyond the fire and sparks, potentially toxic elements remain and cling to airborne particles and to your lungs.

These tiny particles produced by metal vaporization are harmful to workers who do not wear proper respiratory protection.

November

Webinar

November 3, 2021

Level-up your hearing protection program with Honeywell

Workplaces often enclose many sources of noise. Left unchecked, these sources can cause serious harm and could easily exceed legal limits.

The risk of noise-induced hearing loss is often ignored until too late since hearing loss occurs gradually and causes no pain. Once impaired, hearing cannot be restored, and a damaged audition could have a severe impact on your health, job performance, and productivity.

Webinar

November 17, 2021

Are you in control of your equipment's hazardous energies?

Unfortunately, the accidental start-up of equipment or the release of an energy source during installation, maintenance, or repair work leads to many serious accidents year after year.

A large majority of these accidents can be avoided by using appropriate prevention measures, such as lockout.

Lockout is the most common method of energy control in the workplace. It is a method of ensuring that the energy sources on equipment are controlled before the worker proceeds to work on the equipment.