What are the biggest safety risks in British Columbia today? What is the current state of safety in the province?
These are some of the topics we covered at this year’s virtual annual public meeting, Core Connections 2022.
On May 26, we shared Technical Safety BC’s initiatives, annual results, and future plans as we continue to assist our clients while they respond, recover, and thrive during these uncertain times. There was also an opportunity to ask questions of our entire Executive Team.
In addition to our annual public meeting, Core Connections included three topic-specific breakout sessions on transforming how we do assessments, climate risks to the safety system, and how we can better serve our clients.
If you didn’t have a chance to attend Core Connections 2022, you can watch the recorded sessions below.
Core Connections 2022
Learn more about Technical Safety BC’s initiatives, annual results, and future plans.
Transforming how we do assessments
Learn how we're working with clients to create a more efficient, responsive safety system through in-person and remote inspections and by using predictive algorithms that support decision-making.
Climate risks to the safety system
Learn about the impact of climate change on the technical systems and equipment in BC, and some of the safety risks, hazards, and opportunities we see.
How can we serve you better?
Learn about what’s working well for clients and where we have opportunities for improvement and see how clients can get involved to help shape our programs.