2017 marks a milestone year for BCCSA. The Association embarked on a mission to have a common construction safety designation across the provinces and has worked closely with the Alberta Construction Safety Association, and provincial partners through the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA), to sign an NCSOTM memorandum. This session will review the journey to a National Construction Safety Officer designation, and include information on the requirements for attaining an NCSOTM. Guest speaker Ryan Davis, Manager of Course Development at the ACSA will be co-presenting, providing an update on the Alberta NCSOTM designation.
Ryan Davis is the Manager of Course Development at the Alberta Construction Safety Association. His current role includes overseeing the course development team, consulting on ACSA special projects, and offering advice to members. Ryan is also an instructor with the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Extension and the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering.
With over a decade of instructional and auditing work with safety associations across Canada, Ryan has an excellent understanding of health and safety management systems. He knows what distinguishes companies with systems that effectively reduce risk from those that do not.
Ryan holds a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) and is a Certified Health & Safety Consultant, Canadian Registered Safety Professional, and Certified EHS Trainer through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals.
Ryan, his wife Miranda, and son Isaac live in Spruce Grove, Alberta. They stay active in the community through their service in Rotary.