WIS Show: The Progression of Women in Safety with Janice Stanley
Join in our third candid conversations as we chat about what it really means to be a woman in a male-dominated industry.
In honour of Women’s History month, hosts Tamara Parris and Amandeep Beesla are having candid conversations with industry guests about what it really means to be a woman in a male-dominated industry. In our third show we speak with our special guest, Janice Stanley. Did you miss our first shows in the series? Watch them now! Episode One, Episode Two
Our Guest :
Janice Stanley is the Safety Coordinator with New York Painting for the past 5 years, before which she was the HSE Analyst at Atco Electric Transmission. Janice started her Occupational Health and Safety Professional career in 2013 with her roots in the Construction industry up-north. Janice has been in the trades industry for decades having to navigate degrading mindsets, different concepts of what is safe by workers from various backgrounds and all within a Male dominated field. It took time to build credibility and having workers listen to safety insights and recommendations. Today she enjoys a worker place where she collaborates with team members, Management and Clients to achieve improved safety behaviors and company culture. Her passion is to identify root causes and offer creative solutions to work towards non recurrence and a zero injury culture.
She brings a wealth of knowledge and experience with her, having worked over 20 years in heavy industrial construction, civil earthworks, pipeline, mining, and oil and gas industry. Amandeep has her NCSO designation in both Alberta and BC and CSS designation in BC, as well as an OHS and NEBOSH accreditation and both her Associate of Arts Degree and Bachelor of Arts Degree. She is an active member of the CSSE, ASSP, BCTWS, and sits on various other committees and boards. Amandeep is currently working towards her CRSP.
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