Dan’s commitment to lifelong learning is rooted in science and supplemented through executive education. His dedication to his community and the pursuit of a safer workplace is demonstrated by serving on the board of directors for the Substance Abuse Program Administrators Association (SAPAA) as Treasurer and on the board of his local community Food Bank. Dan’s international presence and commitment to best practices is accomplished by serving on the SAPAA International Committee and IFDAT Legal Committee. By providing trustworthy information, tools, and best practices for occupational testing, Dan seeks to achieve his mission of effectively and sustainably increasing safety for the benefit of workers and their families.
Nabeela’s education includes a BSc. in Occupational Therapy from the University of Alberta and a Master’s in Business Administration from the Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia. Her professional background includes multiple clinical settings, but primarily centered on the assessment and treatment of workers with musculoskeletal injuries for the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) Alberta. Nabeela’s focus is on preventing the occurrence of workplace injury and ensuring that work environments remain safe, effective and sustainable.
Wayne St. John has over 30 years’ experience in both in the Oil & Gas sector as well as in Health and Safety. Wayne has a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Psychology and has spoken on drug and alcohol testing in general, as well as both the medical and legalized marijuana topics at many conferences and events. Wayne has extensive knowledge in policy development as well as Human Rights compliance in drug and alcohol testing programs. Having worked with many of the largest companies in Canada, Wayne understands the business needs of clientele operating in diverse regions and industries.
Randy Herman has an extensive background in service and safety. He is a paramedic who supported flight transportation of patients across Northern Ontario for several years. He then moved on to provide operational support as a site manager to the United Nations in Indonesia and Africa. Part of this role included coordination of emergency services and overseeing the health and safety of his team. In 2010, Mr. Herman joined CannAmm as a National Sales Representative where he assists companies in the planning and implementation of their fit for work programs. He advises and educates companies ensuring that their programs follow the most up-to-date best practice and industry standards.