The first Public Forum in 2001 focused on knowledge transfer; how to ensure that we can get the right information into the right hands at the right time and in a format that is useful to workplace partners.
In 2003, the second Public Forum focused on young workers; reinforcing the need for workplace partners to work together to provide safe and healthy workplaces.
In 2005, the Public Forum focused on societal change, ensuring work-related deaths, injuries and diseases are not an inevitable and acceptable cost of doing business. It is the Association's desire to see a change in societal views and to see action taken to keep all workplace participants whole, safe and secure.
Public forums were discontinued in 2005.