Motivational & Educational Presentations


As a health and safety professional with extensive experience, expert in young worker safety and experienced trainer and speaker, Sue is an in-demand presenter at conferences and other events.  

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Education community presentations:

As a keynote speaker, Sue motivates and educates teachers, school administrators and faculties of education on the important role they play in providing occupational safety education to their students to prepare them for work and life. 

In smaller settings, Sue provides workshops to teachers, administrators and Faculties of Education about the practical aspects of teaching safety to students and provides tools and advice to make lessons engaging and memorable for students.

Employer presentations:

For employers, Sue focuses on the key role and responsibility they have to provide safe workplaces, exceptional training, orientation and supervision especially for young and new workers.


Other topics and groups:

Young workers:  Sue addresses national and international assemblies on Ontario’s model for workplace safety and in-school curriculum-based safety education for students.  Recently she’s addressed including World Congress on Health and Safety (Frankfurt Germany), Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (Toronto),   Mainstreaming OSH into education: Towards a culture of prevention (Turin, Italy); Ontario Constructors Association (Toronto).

Program leadership: With her broad experience in program leadership, she also addresses groups on how to manage projects, lessons learned and provides key advice.

“Sue designed and delivered motivational presentations to express our rich history of compassionate care” 

Hospice 2016


Sue Boychuk is an in-demand speaker who has delivered countless presentations on a variety of topics at regional, provincial, national and international audiences and conferences, including:

  • International Labour Organization (ILO)

  • International Association of Labour Investigators (IALI)

  • American Association of State Compensation Insurance Funds (AASCIF)

  • Association of Workers' Compensation Boards of Canada (AWCBC)

  • Ontario Public Service

  • Ontario Association of Youth Employment Centres

  • Canadian Society of Safety Engineering

  • Ontario Ministry of Labour

  • City of Toronto

  • Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (Ontario)

  • Ontario Council of Technical Educators

  • Ontario Cooperative Educators' Association

  • Ontario School Counsellors Association

  • Provincial Partnership Council: Passport to Prosperity

  • Industrial Accident Prevention Association (IAPA)

  • Science Teachers Association of Ontario (STAO)

  • Safe Communities Canada

  • Workers' Compensation Board of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut

  • Education Safety Association of Ontario

  • Pulp and Paper Safety Association

  • Ontario Federation of Home and School Associations

  • Landscape Ontario

  • Farm Safety Association

  • Forum North

  • YMCA

  • Cross-government client health and safety councils