PRESIDENT AND CEO
As the President and CEO, Murray leads the vision and strategy for Energy Safety Canada, the national oil and gas safety association.
<p>Appointed President in 2017, he successfully led the organization during the merger of Enform and Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) to form Energy Safety Canada. Now as President and CEO, Murray continues to lead the vision and strategy of the new organization.</p>
<p>After studying Chemical Engineering at the University of Toronto, Murray began his career in the oil and gas industry with Shell Canada in 1986. During his 30 years with the multi-national company, he held progressively senior roles in development and production.</p>
<p>Murray’s leadership roles in industry associations include the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers’ (CAPP) Board of Governors, Alberta Executive Policy Group (EPG) and Oil Sands EPG, as well as chairing and participating in industry- regulator committees. As President, Oil Sands Developers Group (OSDG), he led the industry review that later transformed OSDG into the present-day Oil Sands Community Alliance (OSCA). Murray also served on the Enform Board of Directors prior to the merger forming Energy Safety Canada.</p>
GENERAL COUNSEL AND CORPORATE SECRETARY
As General Counsel and Corporate Secretary for Energy Safety Canada, Jo-Anne Bund is responsible for all legal matters across the organization.
<p>Jo-Anne was appointed to the position on January 21, 2020, bringing a wealth of experience that spanned more than 20 years in various legal roles, particularly in the energy sector. Jo-Anne has served as Senior Legal Counsel and Corporate Secretary with public and private companies, providing legal oversight on a variety of legal matters, including commercial agreements and other financial matters, acquisitions, governance and disclosure and regulatory compliance. As former Senior Legal Counsel with the Alberta Securities Commission, Jo-Anne worked with securities commissions across Canada on rulemaking and policy development initiatives.<br />
Jo-Anne holds degrees in law from the University of Calgary and in International Development Studies from the University of Toronto.</p>
Paula M.A. Campkin
VICE PRESIDENT, OPERATIONS AND SAFETY CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE
As Vice President, Operations and Safety Centre of Excellence, Paula provides strategic leadership over the development of safety training and initiatives to reduce injury and illness in the Canadian oil and gas industry.
As Vice President of Operations and Safety Centre of Excellence, Paula provides strategic leadership over the development of safety training and initiatives to reduce injury and illness in the Canadian oil & gas industry.<br />
Prior to joining Energy Safety Canada in 2007, Paula gained valuable experience in the in the areas of human resources and environmental health & safety working in the oil and gas, construction and utilities sectors.<br />
Paula holds a bachelor degree (BA) in psychology from the University of Calgary and an master’s degree in business administration (MBA) from the Haskayne School of Business. She also holds certificates in occupational health & safety from the University of Alberta and project management from SAIT. Throughout her career, Paula has attained the following professional designations; Certified Human Resources Professional (CHRP), Canadian Registered Safety Professional (CRSP), Canadian Risk Management (CRM) and Institute of Corporate Directors Designation (ICD.D).<br />
Paula served as a Governor on the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (BCRSP) from 2013 to 2017. Paula is a founding member and Inaugural Chairperson of the Women in Occupational Health & Safety Society (WOHSS), an organization with the mission to foster the advancement of women working in health and safety in Alberta.
VICE PRESIDENT, BUSINESS SERVICES AND CHIEF PRIVACY OFFICER
As Vice President, Business Services and Chief Privacy Officer, Steve is responsible for financial stewardship and overall corporate risk management and privacy matters.
<p>Prior to joining Energy Safety Canada in May 2018, Steve gained over 25 years corporate accounting and finance experience working in the transportation and oil and gas industries including Rentway Limited, Canadian Turbo (1993) Limited and most recently Shell Canada Limited. At Shell, Steve was a member of the Canadian Finance Leadership Team and Shell Canada Crisis Management Team.</p>
<p>Steve majored in business and financial accounting and is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA)/Certified Management Accountant (CMA).</p>
<p>An avid volunteer in youth athletics, Steve is currently the President of an elite hockey association in Calgary, serves on the Calgary Elite Hockey Council and Hockey Calgary Operations Council.</p>
Board of Directors
President and CEO
Group Director, Americas
Executive Vice President, Operations
CEO and Co-Founder
Director, Board of Directors
SVP, Global Operations Excellence
Precision Drilling Corp.
Laura J. Sayavedra
Senior Vice President, Projects, Safety & Reliability and ERP
President & CEO
Chief Operating Officer, Oil Sands
Canadian Natural Resources Limited
Executive Vice President of Mining and Upgrading
Terms of Reference
The Board of Directors of Energy Safety Canada is responsible for the stewardship of the organization and for overseeing the affairs of ESC and the activities of management set out in this Terms of Reference. Management is responsible for the day-to-day operation of the organization.
The board will focus on strategic leadership that will emphasize:
- The future of safety in the oil and gas industry
- A clear distinction of the roles of the Board and staff
- Pro-activity rather than reactivity
In carrying out its strategic leadership responsibilities Board members will need to strike a balance between their responsibilities to present the views of their particular trade associations and their responsibilities to promote the overall welfare of Energy Safety Canada and the industry. Done effectively this will enable the Board to direct, control and inspire the organization through careful deliberation and establishment of policy. That policy will then be carried out by management and staff.
Safety Standards Council
The Safety Standards Council is a senior-level industry advisory body that represents approximately 70 per cent of activity in Canada’s oil and gas industry across all sectors and company sizes. The Council works with Energy Safety Canada to develop standards and determine the best approach for industry-wide adoption.