Winnipeg, Manitoba – This new year marks a significant milestone for us as we warmly welcome Lee Rosenberg into his new role as our Safety Program Director. With more than 17 years of experience in health and safety, Lee’s appointment is not just a change in leadership, it’s a statement reinforcing S2SA’s commitment to enhancing workplace safety within the sales and service industries in Manitoba.
About Lee Rosenberg
Lee Rosenberg (CRSP, CHSC) has been an integral part of the S2SA team since 2016, previously leading the Training and Auditing departments. With a wealth of experience in government and private sectors, he possesses the exceptional qualifications to lead S2SA’s safety initiatives.
A graduate of Red River College’s Occupational Health & Safety course in 2006 and a holder of the CRSP designation since 2015, Lee is passionate about simplifying the process of implementing a safety program for all members. His hands-on approach to training, auditing, and member assistance has been instrumental in S2SA’s success.
An avid sports fan, Lee is well-known for his enthusiasm for the Jets and Bombers, celebrating their recent successes and anticipating future triumphs.
A Vision for the Future
In Lee’s words
As I step into the position of Safety Program Director at S2SA, my focus is firmly on the future of workplace safety within our industries.
I am committed to driving innovative safety strategies that comply with regulations and foster a proactive safety culture for all our members.
My vision is for our members to create environments where safety is seamlessly integrated into every aspect of their work, ensuring that it is not seen as a separate entity but as an integral part of their daily operations. I am excited to lead this charge and make a lasting impact on the workplace safety of our members.– Lee Rosenberg.
We are excited about the possibilities that lie ahead as we begin this new chapter with Lee at the helm. Our members can be confident that his leadership will usher in a new era of enhanced workplace safety.