The COR Summit will bring together 70+ safety professionals from around Ontario who are interested in achieving and maintaining COR™.

Tickets $125




This one-day conference is focused on providing a medium for COR™ experts, thought-leaders, and COR-getters to network, collaborate and share ideas.

By learning from a variety of experts and COR™ Certified companies, our attendees will be able
to accelerate their own timeline toward COR™ Certification.

The COR Summit Attracts
Companies of All Sizes and Industries.

8:30 AM — 9:30AM
Breakfast & Registration

9:30AM — 9:45AM
Opening Remarks

9:45AM — 10:15AM
Give a S*** About COR™

Lee-Anne Lyon-Bartley

Vice President Health & Safety | Dexterra

Let’s have a chat about COR™. COR™ isn’t just about getting the logo, it’s about sparking change, helping improve your company’s safety performance and improving the bottom line. Learn about strategies that might help your organization get employee buy-in for positive outcomes..

10:15AM — 10:45AM
Lessons from Experts in COR™

Ever wondered what the most failed elements in COR™ are? In this session, you’ll learn directly from COR™ experts about how you can overcome them to foster a successful COR™ program. You’ll also have the opportunity for an exclusive Q&A with COR™ Consultants.

10:45AM — 11:00AM
Networking Break

11:00AM — 11:45AM
Conquering COR™ in 2019

Lee-Anne Lyon-Bartley

Vice President Health & Safety | Dexterra

Matt James

Director of HSE | Spark Power

Stewart Day

Corporate Safety Manager | Amico Affiliates

Moderator: Cameron Mitchell, CRSP

COR Consultant & Auditor | AudEng

A panel discussion with expert insights from COR™ Certified companies of all sizes that have been there and done that. Whether you’ve just started your journey through the COR™ process, or are about to complete your audit, you’ll want to hear how they’ve conquered COR™.

11:45AM — 1:00PM

1:00PM — 1:45PM
Leadership Talks

Doug Gilmour

Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni & 2011 Hockey Hall of Fame Inductee

Strong leadership is an essential component of any successful safety program, and COR™ is no exception. Hockey Hall of Famer and former Maple Leafs Captain, Doug Gilmour, will touch on his past experiences and share how you can get the employee buy-in that you need to inspire change on all levels of your organization.

1:45PM — 2:00PM
Networking Break

2:00PM — 2:45PM
COR™: Past, Present & Future

Adrian Bartha

CEO | eCompliance

Are you leveraging technology in your COR™ process? We’ll take a deep dive into the evolving role that technology has played in operationalizing COR™ and driving a better auditing process.

2:45PM — 3:00PM
Closing Remarks

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Doug Gilmour
— Toronto Maple Leafs Alumni


Over the course of his distinguished playing career, Gilmour registered 1414 points on the strength of 450 goals and 964 assists in 1,474 regular season games. He added 188 points (60 goals and 128 assists) in 182 playoff games. On January 31, 2009, Gilmour became the seventeenth player to be honoured by the Toronto Maple Leafs when his number 93 was raised to the rafters of the Air Canada Centre. In 2011, Doug Gilmour was selected for Induction to the Hockey Hall of Fame.

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Lee-Anne Lyon Bartley

— Vice President, Health & Safety


Lee-Anne is currently the Vice President of Health & Safety at Dexterra, a leading integrated facilities management, remote workforce and forestry services business. Having worked in both Occupational and Public Health related positions in the private and public sectors, Lee-Anne prides herself on being passionate about safety and sharing her passion with others.

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Cam Mitchell, CRSP

— COR Consultant & Auditor
AudEng International


Cam Mitchell is a founding partner of Audeng International. He has a total of 14 years of health & safety experience, with varying levels of HSE responsibility. As a consultant and auditor, Cam has 10 years of experience. His experience covers multiple industries including: Construction, Energy, Manufacturing, Transportation, Retail, Government, and Mining.

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Matt James
— Director of Health, Safety, & Environment
Spark Power


Matthew James brings 24 years of Health and Safety experience to Spark Power Corp. At Spark, Matthew leads the health, safety and environment activities across all business units, developing strategies and enhancing the delivery of safe work programs and practices across the group of companies.

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Stewart Day
— Corporate Safety Manager
Amico Affiliates


Stewart Day is the Corporate Safety Manager of Amico Affiliates, a COR™-Certified construction company in Ontario, Canada. Stewart brings a wealth of safety experience and a passion for enhancing the safety of the people and culture around him.

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Adrian Bartha
— Chief Executive Officer


Adrian formed eCompliance with his business partner in 2012 after experiencing firsthand how a workplace incident affected a power company that he helped lead. Combining his background in finance with his knowledge of health and safety, Adrian now educates safety professionals on how to demonstrate a return on safety. He shows them how continuous improvement can be leveraged as a competitive advantage, using language that resonates with high-level executives.

Snell Hall →

St. James Cathedral Centre
65 Church St, Toronto | ON | M5C 2E9


The inaugural COR Summit has been
made possible by the support of our
sponsors AudEng and SparkPower.

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