1 hr 1 min

WIS Show: The Progression of Women in Safety with Stacey Glanville Safeopedia Podcasts

    • Education

In honour of Women’s History month, hosts Tamara Parris and Amandeep Beesla are having candid conversations with industry guests about what it really means to be a woman in a male-dominated industry. In our second show we speak with our special guest, Stacey Glanville. Stacey has over 9 years experience mostly in BC, working in the construction industry as a safety professional. She has gained her experience through a variety of construction industries such as oilfield, residential and commercial construction.
This four-part exclusive series will cover the ups and downs of three influential women’s careers in safety. Following the progression of women in the industry, the Women in Safety Show is uncovering the past and paving the way for future women to find success in safety.
Our Guest Stacey Glanville:
Stacey has over 9 years experience mostly in BC, working in the construction industry as a safety professional. She has gained her experience through a variety of construction industries such as oilfield, residential and commercial construction.
Her positions have ranged from being a Medic to a First Aid Instructor, Safety officer to a Field Supervisor and a Construction Site Supervisor.
When Stacey isn’t busy coordinating health and safety, she can be found on her motorcycle or a on beach in Mexico if it isn’t riding season!

In honour of Women’s History month, hosts Tamara Parris and Amandeep Beesla are having candid conversations with industry guests about what it really means to be a woman in a male-dominated industry. In our second show we speak with our special guest, Stacey Glanville. Stacey has over 9 years experience mostly in BC, working in the construction industry as a safety professional. She has gained her experience through a variety of construction industries such as oilfield, residential and commercial construction.
This four-part exclusive series will cover the ups and downs of three influential women’s careers in safety. Following the progression of women in the industry, the Women in Safety Show is uncovering the past and paving the way for future women to find success in safety.
Our Guest Stacey Glanville:
Stacey has over 9 years experience mostly in BC, working in the construction industry as a safety professional. She has gained her experience through a variety of construction industries such as oilfield, residential and commercial construction.
Her positions have ranged from being a Medic to a First Aid Instructor, Safety officer to a Field Supervisor and a Construction Site Supervisor.
When Stacey isn’t busy coordinating health and safety, she can be found on her motorcycle or a on beach in Mexico if it isn’t riding season!

1 hr 1 min