Glenn Lyle is a Professional Engineer based in Sudbury, Ontario. Glenn earned a B.Sc and M.Sc in Mining Engineering from Queens University in Kingston. Throughout his career, he has dedicated 33 years to Vale (formerly INCO) in various capacities, most notably in engineering, operations and safety. In 2009 he joined the Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) as a Research and Development Director, managing and seeking collaborative research projects. For the past five years, he has worked as a Director with MIRARCO Mining Innovation, a not-for-profit applied research organization located on Laurentian University campus delivering innovative solutions to mining industry challenges. With MIRARCO, Glenn works in the field of Health, Safety and Risk Management, with focuses in the delivery of the Global Mining Industry Risk Management Program (GMIRM) training, safety risk management facilitation, and the evaluation and recommendation of health and safety research projects. Glenn is also an active participant as co-Chair of the Leading for Safety Technical Program Track of the Canadian Institute of Mining (CIM) and as Executive Director of the Maintenance, Engineering and Reliability (MER) Society as well.