Eldeen Pozniak


    7½ things that Safety Professionals Can Do to Save Lives and Bring Value to an Organization

    As Safety Professionals, we juggle a great many things in our professional and personal lives. On the professional side, we deal with everything from the culture, leadership concepts, and communications within the organization to the expectations of our conduct, roles and activities. Eldeen Pozniak will share her thoughts, experiences and wisdom built up over years of caring about the safety of others, working with organizations and individuals that can be champions or barriers, and identify some concepts that we can focus on to have the biggest effect.

    Eldeen Pozniak, speaker at the Assembly of Manitoba Safety Professionals day, 2015About Eldeen

    With over 20 years of experience as a consultant, entrepreneur and professional speaker, Eldeen knows how to connect with an audience.

    Well known for her sense of humor and down-to-earth approach, Eldeen uses experiences from her consulting practice, entrepreneurial background and her personal life to deliver a timely, well-researched and insightful message that resonates with senior leadership, managers, supervisors and workers no matter the industry, group or organization.

    A Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP), a Certified Health and Safety Consultant (CHSC), a Certified Health and Safety Management System Auditor (CHSMSA), and a Full Member of the International Institute of Risk and Safety Management (MIIRSM), it’s clear that Eldeen has a diverse educational and experience-based background.

    Eldeen also is the director of an international occupational health and safety consulting firm, is the incoming President of theInternational Network of Safety and Health Professional Organizations (INSHPO) and is the past President of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE).

    Her engaging and powerful keynotes, seminars and workshops identify core messages, build on conference themes and help people examine their choices along their life and work journeys.

    Eldeen works to take her audiences through key points through humour and story-telling so they can take themselves to a higher level; be more connected to themselves, others and the decisions that they make; and work to enhance their passion, creativity and love for life.

    Her clients are from a variety of organizations and businesses, government and associations in a wide range of industries.

    A professional speaker with the Canadian Association of Professional Speakers (CAPS), Eldeen brings to life topics such as leadership, communication, presentation skills, generational approaches, life balance, management of change, consulting and entrepreneur skills, risk management, corporate safety culture and workplace health and safety.

    Her commitment and professionalism have won her the Saskatchewan Safety Professional of the Year award presented by the Saskatchewan Safety Council and the Saskatchewan Chapters of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineers. She has been nominated and received numerous awards such as the YWCA Women of Excellence, the Women in Business Athena Award and the 2011 Canadian Safety Professional of the Year. She also has earned the honour of being recognized in the American Society of Safety Engineer (ASSE) publication 100 Women – Making a Difference in Safety.

    For these reasons, Eldeen is sought after to share her passion and knowledge as an international keynote and sessional speaker.