Representative of the interests of the general public

Mary Phillips-Rickey

Ms. Phillips-Rickey FCPA, FCA is currently a member on several boards including the Association of Professional Engineers, Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) and CASA Child, Adolescent and Family Mental Health. She is a past board member of the Edmonton Economic Development Corporation, Edmonton Arts Council and Friends of KSPS.

Mary has held positions with the Edmonton Opera Association, Alberta Power Limited and Canadian Utilities Limited. Most recently she was the Director, Professional Development for the Chartered Professional Accountants of Alberta.

William Hnydyk

Dr. Hnydyk has 28 years of experience in family practice and 17 years combined senior management experience with the Alberta Medical Association (AMA), Lakeland Regional Health Authority and St. Joseph’s General Hospital in Vegreville.

Prior to his recent retirement, Dr. Hnydyk was the Assistant Executive Director of Professional Affairs at the AMA, where he advocated and adjudicated issues related to patient care. He was involved in a number of professional projects in his leadership capacity at the AMA. Dr. Hnydyk was recently appointed to the Hospital Privileges Appeal Board in Alberta and the Out of Country Health Services Appeal Committee. Dr. Hnydyk also serves as Vice-Chair of Sorrentino’s Compassion House Foundation.

Dave Rebbitt

Mr. Rebbitt is President of Rarebit Consulting, operating across western Canada. He has over 30 years of public and private practice experience with workers’ compensation boards across the country. An experienced speaker and writer on the subject of safety, he is the author of Effective Safety Committees: A Practical Guide.

Dave holds a master’s degree in business administration and completed the first international research project on safety professionals in 2012. He sits on the Board of Governors for the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals, the national certification body for safety professionals. A veteran of the Canadian Forces, Dave became the first serving military person to obtain a professional safety designation.