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Join our President Cam Mitchell as he participates in the Respect Group/Workplace Fairness Istiture Action Summit. He will join other experts and will speak on how to address psychological health and safety with Alberta’s new Occupation Health and Safety code. A day to get insight into this complex issue and take away real tools you can immediately apply in your workplace.
You won’t want to miss it so join us on January 29th, 2020.
We are now proud to offer our clients a digital solution for their safety management system. SiteDocs is a cloud-based Safety Management Software System that allows for safety program management and tracking from mobile apps and the web. The web-based, paperless data tracking system streamlines documentation management and significantly improves safety processes and safety culture company-wide.
• Conversion of paper forms into digital forms, maintaining consistency for both employees and management
• Transfer of all existing safety documents (Safety Manual, SDS sheets, etc.) to the database, accessible to employees and management anywhere
• Integration of Safety Software within a web admin panel and mobile app
• Access to safety documents while onsite
• Real-time safety monitoring
• Safety document completion is easily tracked to completion, and can be done in-house, or by Kasa
• Access to all app features while offline or out of cellular service (syncing occurs when a connection is available)
• Automatic Form Sharing capabilities with other companies and/or contractors
• Tracking of worker certifications including expiry notifications
• General data sharing/downloading through both Dropbox integration and CSV exports for various types of data
For more information on pricing and a demo please contact Christy 403-605-8641 or Christy@kasaconsulting.ca
What are your passions?
The outdoors, nature, sports, travelling, music
What are your hobbies?
Hockey, hiking, camping, fishing, hunting
Three words to describe you?
Fun, easy going, loyal
What was your first job?
Hockey camp leader
Fun fact or talents?
I used to play the drums and was in a band
Have you ever met anyone famous?
If you could pick up a new skill in an instant what would it be?
Play the piano
What’s your favorite place you’ve ever visited?
New York City or Rome, Italy
Got any phobias?
If you won the lottery what is the first thing you would buy?
A big chunk of land in the foothills
What are your pet peeves?
Chewing with mouth open
Ray has a Diploma from the Southern Alberta Institute of Technology (SAIT) in Energy Asset Management and came to Kasa to learn and grow within the Health and Safety industry. Ray’s Interests have been on the environmental side of HSE. While Kasa was able to hold onto Ray for a year, we were unable to delay his plans to better his education in environmental studies. We sadly say goodbye to Ray as he attends Olds Collage for the next two years. The Kasa team has enjoyed his independent, client driven focus and easy to get along with personality. We hope to have him back once he has graduated. All the best Ray in your new adventure!
We would like to welcome Amy Thomson and Sarah Jimmo to the team!
Amy comes to Kasa with a background in Environmental Sciences. We look forward to the new skill set Amy can add to our team.
Sarah has worked with Kasa when she was a client of ours. Kasa was happy to jump at the opportunity to snag Sarah when she was looking for a career change over to the consulting and auditing side of safety. We are pleased to offer her 14 years of health and safety experience to our clients.
Welcome Ladies, we are happy to have you to help grow the Kasa team!
Cam had the honor of presenting at the CSSE 2018 Conference in Niagra Falls with a few like-minded gentlemen. Allan J Moore, OH&S Group Manager at Wood Environmental Infrastructure Solutions, Paul Chamoun, Sr. Health and Safety Lead at Clifton Associates Ltd, and Cam Mitchell, President of Kasa Consulting conducted a workshop on Safety Leadership For Extraodinary Executives. The findings of the workshop have been published in the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering’s Contact Magazine. The 2019 Spring Contact Magazine features the the trio’s findings on Page 15-20, please clink on the Contact Magazine link and read more about it.
The CSSE is also pleased to welcome them back to present at the 2019 Conference held this year in Winnepeg September 22-25. Be sure to sign up for their workshop this year, Communication for Safety: Understanding and Being Understood. This workshop was developed to highlight “strong communication” as the overwhelming number one choice for a skill or attribute that every safety leader should possess.
Congratulations on being published!