Janet Sellery

Consultant, Sellery Health + Safety


Janet Sellery is one of Canada's leading experts in health and safety and the arts.  After a career in stage management, she pioneered the health and safety program at the Stratford Festival.  In 2007, she was selected by Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine as "Canada's Safety Manager of the Year" and in 2012, she was honoured with the "Ron Epp Memorial Award for Professional Achievement" by CITT (Canadian Institute for Theatre Technology). Janet is Co-Founder of the Canadian Event Safety Summit. Sellery Health + Safety provides consulting, needs assessments, program development, training and research.   www.selleryhealthandsafety.com

Course: Due Diligence for Production Managers

Risk Assessment for Production Managers (not offered this year)



P.M. Arts Instructors

S.M.Arts Board Vice-President
Course(s): Harrassment & Discrimination, an HR Perspective
Director of Business Rep Services, CAEA - Canadian Actors' Equity Association
Course(s):

Navigating the CTA (Canadian Theatre Agreement)

Senior Representative, Re:Sound Music Licensing
Course(s):

P.M.Arts Discussion Series presented by S.M.Arts Stage Managing the Arts

Turn Down the Pink Noise: Clarifying the roles of SOCAN and Re:Sound in Canadian Theatre Production

Strategic Account Manager, SOCAN
Course(s):

P.M.Arts Discussion Series presented by S.M.Arts Stage Managing the Arts

Turn Down the Pink Noise: Clarifying the roles of SOCAN and Re:Sound in Canadian Theatre Production

Manager of Digital Media and Learning Technologies, Canada's National Ballet School
Course(s):

P.M.Arts Discussion Series presented by S.M.Arts Stage Managing the Arts

Turn Down the Pink Noise: Clarifying the roles of SOCAN and Re:Sound in Canadian Theatre Production

President, Catalyst TCM Inc.
Course(s): CONTRACTS: The Art of Binding
Director of Production - Young People's Theatre
Installation Supervisor & Project Manager, BaAM Productions
Faculty, Ted Rogers School of Management, Ryerson University
Course(s):

Harrassment and Discrimination, an HR Perspective

HUMAN RESOURCES I: Put on your HR Hat! (not offered this year)

HUMAN RESOURCES II: Put on your BIGGER HR Hat! (not offered this year)

Director of Operations, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts / Part Time Faculty, Ryerson Theatre School
Course(s):

Multiple Union Contracts - I'm Always in Negotiations!

BUDGETING: Where to Start and Where to Spend

Technical Director, Canadian Opera Company
Production and Operations Manager, Ryerson Theatre School
Director of Production - Canadian Opera Company
Canadian Actors' Equity Association, Business Rep
Course(s):

UNIONS: Navigating the CTA (Canadian Theatre Agreement) (not offered this year)

Juggling Jurisdictions - A Jumble of Collective Agreements (not offiered this year)

Vice-President, BaAM Productions
Course(s): SPECIAL PROJECTS: The Sport of Production Planning
Senior Project Manager, BaAM Productions
Production Manager - Theatre Passe Muraille
Course(s): Freelance PM to Facility PM: Moving between the worlds of Being "For Hire" to being "The Hirer" (not offered this year)
Arts Manager
Course(s): Reviewing Revenue Streams - Funding & Finance for your Facility (not offered this year)
Theatre Manager & Production Manager, University of Waterloo Department of Drama and Speech Communication
Course(s):

Friend or Foe: Working with your Stage Manager (not offered this year)

A Brave New World: Production Managing for Dance (not offered this year)

Director of Facility Services, Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
Course(s): NEGOTIATIONS: Collective Bargaining - A Necessary evil or an Opportunity for Positive Labour Relations (not offered this year)
President, BaAM Productions
Course(s): THE SPORT OF PRODUCTION PLANNING - Try Using Project Management Techniques Instead
Communications Manager, BaAM Productions
Faculty, Humber College
Consultant, Sellery Health + Safety
Course(s):

Due Diligence for Production Managers

Risk Assessment for Production Managers (not offered this year)