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Executive Meeting

Transcript: Health, Safety & Environmental Management Review AFL Construction Services (ISG) 2018 Highlights Highlights 2018 HSE Highlights Challenges 2018 HSE Challenges Trends Incident Trend Analysis 2018 Overall Incident Breakdown Personal Injury Strain injuries (31%) to the Back region (23%) are the leading type of injury over the last 12 months. Cut injuries (30%) to the hand/fingers are the second leading injury type. COR Audit Summary COR Audit Analysis Strengths COR Audit Strengths Identified by the Auditor 1. Hazard Identification & Assessment 2. Hazard Control 3. HSE Communication Systems 4. Incident Investigation Process & Closeout COR Audit Improvements Identified by the Auditor 1. Leadership Commitment Program 2. Emergency Response Preparedness 3. Joint Health & Safety Committee 4. Field applications - Public Safety & Worksite Setup Improvements Path Forward 2018 Proposed Action Plan * Program Development Security Management Program First Aid Policy Fire Protection Policy Cold Weather Awareness Heat Stress Awareness Safe Driving Procedures Driving Improvement Policy Working at Heights Procedure (revised) Mud Disposal Standard (BC Region) External Communications (Media Escalation) Procedure BioHazard Awareness Procedure * Subcontractor Management Process * Overall HSE Culture - At Risk Behaviours * Annual HSE Orientation & Training 2019 Action Plan 2019 Action Plan 1. 6 and 9 month COR Audit Analysis 2. Leadership Commitment Program 3. Competency Evaluation Program 4. Working At Heights Focus 5. Subcontractor Management Process

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Executive Meeting

Transcript: Mission and Vision Sign up as many kids as possible for this semester Pick a date to sign up kids as soon as possible Specifically for Littles Goals The Rest of the Semester Professional About Us 1. Run one event a month Total 4 events All recreational 2. Pick a date for Matt's training Bar night? Pick date for next fundraiser Start planning tournament? Next Month 1. FINISH A GRANT 2. Create a budget 3. Make a plan for where we keep the funds We work with ages 13+ so we want to refer to them as youth not children Another option is mentors and mentees Also okay to call them Littles and their mentors Bigs in some situations We are not a university club we are an affiliate of Big Brothers Big Sisters so refer to us as a program not a club Reminder: Since we are not a club and are a program with Big Brothers Big Sisters it is important to remember that we are constantly representing them. This means we should always be mindful of their brand and values. As well remembering no matter what the platform (social media, newsletters, flyers, etc.) to proofread, capitalize, use punctuation, and stick with the brand and safety guidelines Big Brothers Big Sisters does not have an “and” in their name What Is Bigs On Campus? 1. At least 3 teams signed up aside from us 2. Figure out how to support fundraising efforts by students Fundraising Use when speaking to people familiar with Big Brothers Big Sisters and has much more detail than the other two Goals Keep members up to date Plan a final social event for members Mission: To empower all youth to explore, engage and succeed in post secondary opportunities! Vision: To ensure no student loses opportunities due to lack of resources or information, by creating dynamic educational programming that encourages and supports the youth of BBBS. 1. Increase Recruitment Change recruitment to series style 2. Come up with a plan to make recruimtnet easier Events Last Day of Class Reading Week Simple event Hockey game? Movie night? Maybe both Bigs On Campus is a student run program that works to promote post secondary education among youth in the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program. Our programming exists in three parts: academic, recreational, and fundraising. For our academic programs we work to run events throughout the year which allow the youth to become more familiar with the Western and Fanshawe campuses and programs. These events include campus tours, financial planning seminars, etc. For our recreational programs we show the participants some of the more exciting activities that post secondary education has to offer. These events include attending a play on campus, going to student run fashion shows, music lessons, etc. For our fundraising program we run many events throughout the year in order to provide a scholarship to some of the youth participating in our programing. These events include bar nights, yoga sessions, sports tournaments, etc. This Month Run a tournament Run last 2 fundraisers Work out a plan for next year so that we can get started right away next Sepetember Goals For Matches and Littles 1. Raise at least $500 by the end of the yar 2. Find sponsorship 3. Plan at least 3 fundraisers February: Tobogganing with Be Active March: Music Event April: ideas? This is more of an advertisement than the others Goals Finance This Month For Volunteers and BBBS Bowl For Kids Sake Goals Good Friday We are a group of fun and positive role models that believe education is super important. Deciding what to do after high school and finding out what opportunities are available can be very overwhelming. We are here to help make the journey a little less scary! We host events on campus ranging from campus tours to movie nights at the Western theatre. Our goal is to not only help students with the academic side of post-secondary education but to show them the fun activities available on campus as well. This Month Finish the USC Grant by January 10th FUNDRAISE!! Social Media/ Members Continue to search for grants on a monthly basis Have a completed budget for this year and a preliminary budget for next year Branding The Rest of the Semester 1. Weekly Twitter posts 2. Facebook updates 3. Get members' training and criminal records sorted 4. Second General Membership Meeting Sign up our team Discuss minutes from BBBS meetings Seperate date? The Rest of the Semester Use this for grants and any applications requiring a brief description Overview of the Program We believe that education is one of the most important tools today’s youth have. Unfortunately in today’s society there are so many different options that post-secondary education can be overwhelming. Bigs On Campus is a student run program with Big Brothers Big Sisters that aims to promote post-secondary education in order to better prepare youth to make informed decisions about their education. It is our hope that with the proper guidance and

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