GenSafe Specialist Webinar

We are bringing an amazing lineup of speakers in 2021 to help private sector organisations examine the impacts of Domestic Violence on the workplace as part of our GenSafe Workplaces programme!

In collaboration with the High Commission of Canada, our first GenSafe Workplaces Specialist Series will feature Ms Anne Tennier, the President and CEO of The Canadian Centre for Occupational Health & Safety, in a fireside chat with Ms Georgette Tan, President of United Women Singapore to discuss what exists for regulatory mechanisms, prevention opportunities, practices and resources regarding Domestic Violence.

This will be followed by a brief workshop on workplace security strategies by Mr Craig Gundry, Vice-President of Special Projects for Critical Intervention Services. Mr Gundry, who is based in Florida, United States, is a global expert on managing risks of targeted violence. In this session, you will acquire tools to help you build your organisation’s workplace safety plan and threat assessment policy.

Date: Tuesday 19 January 2021
Time: 9.00 a.m. to 10.30 a.m. (GMT +8, Singapore)

Learn from leading experts to create a safe and secure environment for your workforce today!

To sign up for the GenSafe Workplaces Programme, click here (closed).

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