WHAT WE DO
We start important conversations that save lives.
We are compelling storytellers. We share our story in a way that captures and challenges the audience.
Whether speaking to thousands of front-line employees, or to a small group of executives, MySafeWork pushes every employee to think differently about safety. Our presentations are a catalyst to improved performance and create an increased commitment to safety leadership at all levels of the organization.
Our goal is to help you build a world class safety culture. Thus, we integrate your company’s safety program into our presentation - so that your safety objectives can be met in a dynamic and engaging manner.
Safety is about more than just avoiding accidents. It's about family. It's about leadership. It’s about participation.
Each year, MySafeWork speaks to over a hundred thousand high school, college, and university students across North America. Our presentations raise awareness of workplace safety, while connecting students to employers who are committed to safety excellence. Our goal is to transfer safety knowledge and leadership principles to future leaders.
We do this by telling our story, answering questions, and giving students an opportunity to rub shoulders with some of the most successful CEOs and Presidents across North America. These leaders spend time with students in small groups, where students are invited to ask questions related to specific represented industries.
At the age of 18, David Ellis was killed in a workplace accident. He was given limited training and no supervision. It was his second day on the job. After David's death, Rob Ellis started MySafeWork, a not-for-profit organization and registered charity.
Our mission is to prevent workers from getting injured and killed at work. Since 1999, we've reached millions of people with a simple message: don't work for a company that doesn't respect you. At the same time, we inspire companies to achieve greatness in safety culture.