•  2017 Keynote Speakers

    Judy CroonJudy Croon

    Judy Croon is a comedian, motivational speaker, Second City stand-up coach, radio host and author. She uses the powerful tool of comedy to get her message across to audiences from all sectors, including workplace safety and health and human resources, to name a few.  She also puts her talents to work to raise money for breast cancer research and pet rescue and adoption.

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    TwitchyStuart Ellis-Myers, a.k.a. Twitchy

    At age eight, Stuart Ellis-Myers began to develop Tourettes Syndrome, along with the often disabling mental health realities associated with the disorder. Instead of letting it turn his life upside down, Stuart, a.k.a. Twitchy, instead chose to share how everyone can experience a remarkable and unstoppable life. His story may inspire you to take your own journey from “mental health to mental wealth.”

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     AlanQuilleyAlan Quilley

    With over three decades of experience in occupational safety and health and a Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP) designation, Alan Quilley is a sought-after speaker and instructor. Engaging, entertaining and outspoken, Alan shares his expertise in the municipal, transportation and healthcare sectors with eager audiences.

    Learn about Alan’s conference keynote, Assembly of Manitoba Safety Professionals presentation and read Alan’s full bio

    Find out about the CRSP Prep course Alan will deliver before the conference!



    Duane JaniskevichDuane Janiskevich

    As a humorous and passionate storyteller, Duane Janiskevich encourages audiences to address their safety attitudes and inspires people to learn from their own life lessons. He’s taken a lot of chances, had many careers and learned from big mistakes. He and his family reside in Regina, Saskatchewan.

    Read Duane’s full bio and learn about his presentation: Stop Cutting Corners – Safety is in Your Hands

    Jamie HallJamie Hall

    Jamie Hall is the Chief Operating Officer (COO) of SAFE Work Manitoba. In this role, Jamie appreciates being a part of strengthening and building on the existing safety network and programming in the province in order to help establish Manitoba as a leader in occupational safety and health.

    Read Jamie’s full bio and learn more about his AMSP and Conference presentations