Health and Counsulting
Health & Safety Planner
Travis Woodworth (he/him) is a band member of Millbrook First Nation near Truro, NS. He started with Glooscap Health and Safety in September 2021 after completing the Occupational Health and Safety Program at NSCC. Travis wanted to work in the safety field after experiencing various degrees of workplace safety compliance through jobs that included food processing, electrical and labour positions. In these roles, he often found that frontline employees did not want to speak up about safety concerns and were not properly trained in jobsite safety. He wanted to change that and to allow employees’ concerns to be voiced and acknowledged by management.
Travis enjoys creating engaging training sessions with frontline employees that will get them on board with workplace safety and changes to current programs.
Travis is excited to be part of the Glooscap Health and Safety team and looks forward to serving clients.
Alexis Jones (she/her) is a dynamic individual with a passion for both Business and Education. Throughout her life, she has been on a relentless pursuit of knowledge and personal growth, embodying the spirit of a lifelong learner.
With a solid educational background in Business Administration, Alexis has honed her skills in strategic planning, resource management, and organizational leadership. Her keen understanding of business principles has led her to excel in various professional settings, where she has contributed significantly to the growth and success of organizations.
Alexis firmly believes that communication is the cornerstone of success, and she continuously hones her people skills to become an even more effective communicator. Whether leading a team, collaborating on projects, or engaging with clients, she always prioritizes understanding, empathy, and active listening.
Alexis Jones is a passionate advocate for continuous improvement, she is a force of positive change in both her professional and personal life. With her commitment to learning and her exceptional people skills, she continues to make a lasting impact on those around her.
Marlene Waskhat (she/her) is Treaty 6 Cree originally from Frog Lake First Nations, located 200 kilometres northeast of Edmonton, Alberta. Before moving to Nova Scotia, Marlene was living in Edmonton and employed with the headquarters office for the Salvation Army.
Marlene brings years of administrative experience and is thankful to be a part of the Glooscap Team. Marlene looks forward to what this opportunity brings and what she is able to offer this organization.