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Member Spotlight – Our Chapter Volunteers

The CSSE Edmonton Communications Committee is dedicated to making the most of your membership through effective communications using a multiplatform strategy. We strive to generate and share content that you will use to promote safety; bringing the CSSE network to your communication device.

Aimee Arsenault – Director of Communications

Aimee Arsenault has been an active CSSE member since 2009; and became the Director of Communications for the Edmonton Chapter in 2015.

After completing her BA, she took a year off to live in Germany before coming back to Canada to start her safety career. Born and raised in Fort McMurray, Aimee has experience working in various industries in Alberta and the mountains of BC.

Aimee currently works as the Health & Safety Manager for Tridon Communications; a provider of leading edge communications solutions to various industries. She is enthusiastic about employee engagement in the workplace; as well as interested in the integration of technology to increase communication and conversations about health & safety. You can connect with her on Twitter (@transmitsafety) and LinkedIn.

Carrie LaLonde – Communications Committee Member

Carrie Lalonde, CRSP, has been working in Health and Safety for over 12 years, in multiple industries including Construction, Oil and Gas, Manufacturing and Health Care. She has been an member of CSSE since 2012. She joined the Communications Committee in 2015 and is the primary administrator of the LinkedIn Group - CSSE - Edmonton Chapter

As the Corporate Safety Officer with Delnor Construction, Carrie is very passionate about workplace health and safety and being a part of the CSSE and a volunteer on the Communication Committee is one way to fulfill this passion and share her experience.

Born and raised in Edmonton, Carrie is married and a mom of two active boys who provide her plenty of opportunity for risk assessment and incident investigation.

Desiree Vanderham – Communications Committee Member

Desiree Vanderham joined CSSE in 2014 and become a member of the Communications Committee in 2015. She is the primary force behind our Twitter - @CSSE_Edm strategy.

As an account manager with Brasco Safety Inc, Desiree enjoys working with organizations to deliver exceptional safety products specific to their industry. Growing up with immediate family in the industrial construction and safety industry, together with her previously professional life in the legal and recruitment fields, she is able to bring exceptional communication and business development skills to her clients.

Desiree believes in building long-term business relationships which is a focus of the committee. You can connect with her on LinkedIn and Twitter.

About the Edmonton Alberta CSSE Chapter

The Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to furthering the art and science of Loss Prevention Management and preserving life, equipment, material and the environment and encouraging the pursuit of excellence of its members.

CSSE’s Vision

CSSE shapes the safety profession in Canada by working collaboratively with its members and partners.

We will:

  • Define the safety profession
  • Provide timely and relevant safety information
  • Develop safety professionals
  • Be recognized as an objective voice for excellence in safety in workplaces and communities
Membership is open to those employed in, interested in or concerned with the profession of safety, loss prevention or its associated disciplines. The Edmonton Chapter has over 800 members and is one of eleven chapters belonging to the Alberta, NWT, Nunavut Region. The Chapter covers all members living or working in Edmonton and the Capital Region including but not limited to Sherwood Park, St. Albert, Leduc, Nisku, Stony Plain, and Spruce Grove.

The Edmonton Chapter of the CSSE serves the diverse needs of its members by promoting professionalism and the exchange of information among its members and educating the community on the value of loss prevention and safety.

CSSE Strategic Focus Areas 2014-2020:

Connecting with Chapters, Members and Prospective Members
The CSSE will have a diversity of communication vehicles that meaningfully engage chapters, members and prospective members.

Defining the Profession
The CSSE will collaboratively define the safety profession, which will be embraced by safety practitioners, employers and other stakeholders.

Professional Development Innovation
Professional development opportunities will be easily accessible and will be aligned with the competencies of the safety profession.

Being the Voice of the Profession Both Nationally and Internationally
CSSE will be trusted as an objective, “go-to” organization on safety issues.

Research and Information Resource
CSSE will be a valued resource for safety information that is timely and relevant to its members.

Governance, Leadership and Succession
Governance practices will effectively support the evolving needs of the organization.

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