Join us Virtually on September 16 for PSHSA’s 2020-21 Annual General Meeting
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Join us Virtually on September 16 for PSHSA’s 2020-21 Annual General Meeting

With a focus on Purpose, the event will act as the launching pad for PSHSA’s new strategic plan, highlight key achievements from the past year and feature notable guest speakers.



TORONTO – On behalf of Korinne Collins, Board Chair, and Glenn Cullen, CEO and COO, you’re invited to participate in the 2020-21 Annual General Meeting of Public Services Health & Safety Association (PSHSA) taking place virtually on Thursday, September 16, 2021 from 8:30 am to 10:30 am EST.


Purpose is our theme for this year’s AGM. For many of us, the past year has brought clarity and impetus around our reason for being. The need to prioritize occupational health and safety is now more obvious than ever. But PSHSA stands for something bigger than training and resources, services and transactions. We create safe working environments. We promote healthy workers.


Today, we stand resilient and revitalized, more motivated than ever to advance safe environments and healthy workers in Ontario. This is what drives us, and the path forward has never been clearer. Today, we are actively harnessing our purpose and motivating ourselves and those we work with to ensure the current spotlight on health and safety in Ontario is not short-lived, but a continued trend engrained within workplace culture.


“We encourage all our clients, partners and stakeholders to join us on September 16”, says Glenn Cullen, CEO and COO of PSHSA. “It is an important time for us all to come together, create a shared understanding and learn how we can work together to ensure health and safety is here to stay.”


The event will act as the launching pad for PSHSA’s new strategic plan, highlight key achievements from the past year and feature the notable guest speakers, including Ron Tite, purpose-driven leadership and marketing expert, and Erin Oliver, Chair of Ontario’s Prevention Council and Vice-President of Health, Safety and Sustainability at Modern Niagara.


Please join us by completing this brief registration form.





8:00                             Registration opens

8:30                             Opening remarks

8:35                             AGM business and Board Report

9:05                             Break

9:15                              Purpose

9:20                             Guest Speaker: Erin Oliver

9:40                             CEO Report

9:55                             Guest Speaker: Ron Tite

10:25                            Closing remarks


Note that formal AGM business and voting on matters of corporate governance will occur prior to 9 am. Guests interested in attending for the CEO report and guest speakers are encouraged to join the meeting at 9 am.



Guest Speakers


Ron Tite, purpose-driven leadership and marketing expert


Relevant, engaging, and interactive, Ron Tite exceeds expectations each and every time he takes the stage. Named one of the “Top 10 Creative Canadians” by Marketing Magazine, he’s been an award-winning advertising writer and creative director for some of the world’s most respected brands, including Air France, Evian, Hershey, Johnson & Johnson, Kraft, Intel, Microsoft, and Volvo. Addressing a variety of topics surrounding branding, corporate strategy, creativity, content, and social media, Tite’s presentations are not only information-packed, they’re also infused with his unique humour–guaranteed to have you laughing while you learn.


Currently, Tite is the founder of Church+State, a content marketing agency based in Toronto. His work has been recognized by The London International Advertising Awards, The New York Festivals of Advertising, The Crystals, The Extras, The Canadian Marketing Association, and The Marketing Awards, to name just a few.


Tite is also executive producer and host of the Canadian Comedy Award-winning show Monkey Toast, and publisher of the award-winning and bestselling humour book, This is That Travel Guide to Canada, with CBC Radio’s hit show, This is That. He has written for several television series; penned a children’s book; wrote, performed, and produced the play, The Canadian Baby Bonus; and hosts Church+State’s Canadian Podcast Award-winning series, “The Coup”.


Tite is also the author of two books. He co-authored his first book, Everyone’s An Artist (Or At Least They Should Be), in 2016, and released his second book, Think. Do. Say.: Building Personal and Organizational Momentum in a Busy, Busy World, in October 2019.



Erin Oliver, Chair of Ontario’s Prevention Council and Vice-President of Health, Safety & Sustainability at Modern Niagara


Erin has been active in health & safety for 27 years. With a degree in Kinesiology and a minor in forensics, she has worked very hard to prevent injuries, occupational diseases and fatalities in the workplace. She has a business diploma from Sheridan College, a post graduate certificate in Workplace Mental Health  Leadership from Queens University and is currently working on her MBA with McGill on a part time basis.


Ms Oliver joined Modern Niagara in 2015.  In her current role, Ms. Oliver manages the company’s national health & safety program that ensures all employees work in a secure environment. Her roll also includes corporate social responsibility (CSR), mental health promotion, wellness and sustainability. In 2020, Erin was honoured by Modern Niagara with the One Modern Award for Excellence in living to the company’s core values.


Prior to joining Modern Niagara, Ms. Oliver was the owner of a consulting firm for 21 years.


Since 2018 Ms. Oliver has been a member of the the Prevention Council of Ontario with a mandate to make Ontario Safer and is currently the Chairwoman of the Council.



For more information, please contact:


Amanda Allan

Manager, Marketing and Communications

Public Services Health & Safety Association





Public Services Health & Safety Association (PSHSA) is funded by the Ontario Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development and works with employers and workers within Ontario’s public and broader public sector, providing training, consulting and resources to reduce workplace risks and prevent occupational injuries and illnesses.