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Introduction to the new Manufacturing Ergonomic Risk Evaluation Tool (MERET)

ABOUT THE PRESENTATION:

A new ergonomic assessment tool has been developed by Andrew Dolhy, CPE in partnership with Motor Coach Industries and supported by a grant from the Research and Workplace Innovation Program of the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba.

This assessment tool provides a quantitative risk evaluation score for both existing jobs as well as tasks in the development stage of production.Andrew will explain the tool’s risk categories, how to use the excel-based program and the validity and reliability testing that went into the MERET at this session.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
1)  An introduction to the 12 risk elements and their relation to the outcome scores.
2)  How to evaluate tasks that are observable or in the pre-production stage.
3)  The validity and reliability of the evaluation tool and how to properly use it in the workplace.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Production staff including engineers, maintenance, quality and those in charge of purchasing new equipment or making workstation changes. Or anyone interested in learning more about this topic.

PRESENTER:
Andrew Dolhy CPE
Certified Professional Ergonomist

Andrew is a Certified Professional Ergonomist with over 20 years’ experience in private industry, government and the Occupational Health Centre.  He has a BSc. Degree in Honours Kinesiology Co-op program from the University of Waterloo and a certificate in Business Management from Red River College.  In 2004, Andrew developed and still teaches the Occupational Ergonomics course at Red River College. 

This events contains one (1) technical hour each and may be eligible for BCRSP CM points. See BCRSP website at www.bcrsp.ca for CM point criteria.  Further information can be found here.


EVENT DETAILS:

DATE:  December 6, 2019
TIME:  Coffee and Nibblies – 7:30 am
  Presentation – 8:00 am to 9:00 am
  Wrap-Up – 9:00 am
LOCATION:  Construction Safety Association of Manitoba
  1447 Waverley St, Winnipeg, MB R3T 0P7
FEES:  IPAM Members:  No Charge
  Non-Members:  $25.00

Cancellation Policy:

Member Registrations – Members who register and do not attend will be charged $25.  Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without penalty.

Non-Member Registrations – Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without charge.  If cancellation is not received by the specified time frame the fee of $25.00 is applicable.

Substitutions are welcome.


HOW TO REGISTER!
Online Registration – it’s easy! 
December 6, 2019 – Click here to register.
or
Register by email office@ipam-manitoba.com providing Date of Meeting and full contact information
(Name, Company, Tel, Email)


Questions?  Contact us at 204-295-1512 or office@ipam-manitoba.com.

**Please note this breakfast meeting may be photographed for promotional purposes*

Breakfast Meeting – Strategies for Facilitating Custom Presentations for Manitoba Workplaces

October 4, 2019

Jack will share some of the practices and strategies he has developed over more than a decade of providing presentations which are customized to increase engagement with his target audience members! Some of these same “hands on” practices will also be used in today’s presentation.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN:

  1. That there is no substitute for being prepared and knowing the material you are presenting.
  2. When you customize your presentation for the sector you are presenting to, you increase the relevance to your audience and their buy-in of the information by 100%.
  3. You can incorporate humour into the delivery of serious topics like, workplace safety and health legislation.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

Safety and health professionals who are required to present training will find the information of most value as they can pick and choose which strategies and practices they may wish to add to their own information delivery session. Plus anyone interested in this topic.

PRESENTER:

Jack Slessor, CHSC, is a Prevention Consultant with SAFE Work Manitoba. His duties include providing guidance to workplace committees about their roles and responsibilities as outlined in the Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health Act and Regulation. In addition, Jack is a presenter of various workshops at SAFE Work Manitoba and also provides special presentations customized for the needs of organizations and workplaces throughout Manitoba.

This events contains one (1) technical hour each and may be eligible for BCRSP CM points. See BCRSP website at www.bcrsp.ca for CM point criteria.  Further information can be found here.


EVENT DETAILS:

DATE:Friday, October 4, 2019
TIME:Networking – 7:30 am
Presentation – 8:00 am to 9:00 am
Wrap-Up – 9:00 am
LOCATION: Construction Safety Association of Manitoba (CSAM)
1447 Waverley Street
FEES: IPAM Members:  No Charge
 Non-Members:  $25.00

Cancellation Policy:

Member Registrations – Members who register and do not attend will be charged $25.  Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without penalty.

Non-Member Registrations – Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without charge.  If cancellation is not received by the specified time frame the fee of $25.00 is applicable.

Substitutions are welcome.


HOW TO REGISTER!
Online Registration – it’s easy! 
OCTOBER 4, 2019 – Click here to register online.
or
Register by email office@ipam-manitoba.com providing Date of Meeting and full contact information
(Name, Company, Tel, Email)


Questions?  Contact us at 204-295-1512 or office@ipam-manitoba.com.

**Please note this breakfast meeting may be photographed for promotional purposes*

AGM & Breakfast Meeting

Breakfast Meeting & Annual General Meeting
Friday, September 6, 2019
Canad Inns Polo Park


ANNUALGENERAL MEETING
7:30 AM
 All members are invited to attend the IPAM AGM on September 6th.  A quorum of members is required to conduct the business of the organization.  Join us at 7:30-8:00 am for a Hot Buffet Breakfast and the AGM.  Both members and non-members are invited.  Members have voting rights. 

Following the AGM, the monthly meeting presentation will take place from 8:00 to 9:00 am.
See the information below.

You are invited to attend the AGM only?  Or attend both the AGM and Presentation. 

Click on the registration link below to register.


Harmonization of Legislation
8:00-9:00 am
ABOUT THE PRESENTATION:
A look at the ‘harmonized’ regulatory changes for MR217.

LEARNING OUTCOMES:
1.  Familiar with the new changes to regulation.
2.  Familiar with specific changes within the first aid requirements.
3.  Familiar with the new changes to PPE requirements.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
Anyone affected with maintaining compliance with WSH act and Regs.

PRESENTER:
Carlos Vicente, CRSP, Safety and Health Officer, Workplace Safety & Health
Carlos has been with the province for about 18 years, currently he is the acting Training and Development Officer for WS&H.


This events contains one (1) technical hour each and may be eligible for BCRSP CM points. See BCRSP website at www.bcrsp.ca for CM point criteria.  Further information can be found here.


EVENT DETAILS:

DATE:  September 6, 2019
TIME:  AGM & Hot Breakfast Buffet – 7:30 am
  Presentation – 8:00 am to 9:00 am
  Wrap-Up – 9:00 am
LOCATION:  Canad Inns Polo Park
  1405 St. Matthews Ave.
FEES:  IPAM Members:  No Charge
  Non-Members:  $25.00

Cancellation Policy:

Member Registrations – Members who register and do not attend will be charged $25.  Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without penalty.

Non-Member Registrations – Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without charge.  If cancellation is not received by the specified time frame the fee of $25.00 is applicable.

Substitutions are welcome.


HOW TO REGISTER!
Online Registration – it’s easy! 
SEPTEMBER 6, 2019 – Click here to register.
or
Register by email office@ipam-manitoba.com providing Date of Meeting and full contact information
(Name, Company, Tel, Email)


Questions?  Contact us at 204-295-1512 or office@ipam-manitoba.com.

**Please note this breakfast meeting may be photographed for promotional purposes*

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING and WORKSHOP – June 7, 2019

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

The Role of Standards in the Management of
Occupational Health and Safety 

This workshop will focus on national and international standards for managing occupational health and safety.  We have moved beyond the time when the “rules” were defined by externally imposed government regulations, through the “human factors” approach of risk analysis, personnel selection and training and the design of work, and into the new era of participative management. This reflects a new standards-based emphasis on the organizational aspects of occupational health and safety.  In applying a management system framework organizations can effectively identify the risks of its operation, implement the activities necessary to eliminate or control them, assess their effectiveness and take action to continually improve its OH&S performance. 

Canada has recently adopted CSA Z45001 – Occupational health and safety management systems — Requirements with guidance for use, as a national standard of Canada. This is an adoption, with Canadian deviations, of the ISO Standard 45001 (first edition, 2018-03). The transition has begun to phase out CSA Z1000, Occupational health and safety management and to align the series of standards under it to CSA Z45001.
This workshop will provide an overview of CSA Z45001 and the CSA Z1000 series of standards on occupational health and safety management:

  • CAN/CSA-Z1001, Occupational health and safety training;
  • CAN/CSA-Z1002, Occupational health and safety — Hazard identification and elimination and risk assessment and control;
  • CAN/CSA-Z1003, Psychological health and safety in the workplace;
  • CSA Z1004, Workplace ergonomics — A management and implementation standard;
  • CSA Z1005, Incident investigation;
  • CSA Z1006, Management of work in confined spaces;
  • CSA Z1007, Hearing loss prevention program (HLPP) management;
  • CSA Z1010, Management of work in extreme conditions; and
  • CSA Z1600, Emergency and continuity management program.

and the two others now under development: 

  • CSA Z1008, Management of impairment in the workplace; and
  • CSA Z1011, Work disability management.

PRESENTER:

Norma McCormick is founder and principal of Corporate Health Works, Inc.  She has served on several CSA Technical Committees: CSA Z1000 – Occupational Health and Safety Management System,  Z1600 – Emergency and Continuity Management, and Z1005 Incident Prevention and Investigation. She chaired Z1004 responsible for developing a General Workplace Ergonomics standard. At the international level, Norma heads the Canadian delegations to two ISO Technical Committees: TC 292 – Security and Resilience and PC 283 that developed ISO 45001 – Occupational Health and Safety Management System and is convenor  of TC 283, Working Group 2, now developing ISO 45003, Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace. For her volunteer contribution to standards development to CSA, Norma received CSA’s Award of Merit in June 2006. She was elected to the CSA Group Board of Directors in 2013.


DETAILS:

DATE:  Friday, June 7, 2019
TIME:  Registration – 8:00-8:30 am
      Coffee & Nibblies provided.
  AGM – 8:30-9:00 am
      Non-members are welcome to sit in on the
      AGM.  Members may attend the AGM only at
     no charge.
  Workshop – 9:00 am-4:00 pm
  Closing – 4:00 pm 
LOCATION:  Safe Work Manitoba
  16th Fl. – 363 Broadway
FEES & PARKING  IPAM Members:  $175.00 
  Non-Members:  $225.00
  5% GST is applicable.

  Refreshments and a light lunch provided.

  NOTE-Workshop Participants Only:  Parking
  will be validated only when parking at the
  RBC Convention Centre – 375 York Ave.,
  North or South lots.

CANCELLATION POLICY:

Member and Non-Member Registrations – if you register and do not attend a fee of $50 will be charged.  Cancellations received by May 31st are accepted without penalty.  Substitutions are welcome.


HOW TO REGISTER!
Online Registration – it’s easy – you can pay by credit card or request an invoice.
CLICK on the REGISTER button below.

Questions?  Contact us at 204-295-1512 or office@ipam-manitoba.com.

**Please note this event may be photographed.

Working at Heights Training Standard

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This session will be an overview of the Working at Heights Training Standard developed by The Working at Heights Committee, the scope of which is to outline the minimum requirements for working at heights training programs in Manitoba. The format and structure of the training may vary and may be customized by the training provider to address specific needs of different industries; however, the overall purpose of this standard is to provide workers with the knowledge of fall hazards, general safety practices for working safely at heights, and knowledge regarding the purpose and use of personal fall protection equipment.

The session will cover the requirements trainers must meet to offer training that meets this standard and we will review the structure of the training that will be provided. We will also introduce how CSAM will be providing members information on trainers that offer training that will meet this standard.

What you will learn:
– What are the requirements to train to this standard?
– What will this training look, what will it cover?
– How will I know if I am hiring a trainer who meets this standard?

Who Should Attend:
Management, Supervisors, Safety Representatives, Safety Committee Members, Fall Protection Trainers PRESENTER:

Daniel Olson, NCSO, SHEM
Construction Safety Association of Manitoba

Daniel Olson is the Client Services Consultant for the Construction Safety Association of Manitoba (CSAM), he is a graduate of the Safety, Health, and Environmental Management Diploma program at The University of Fredericton and is currently working towards a professional diploma in Integrated Disability Management. Daniel facilitates CSAM’s NCSOTM courses as well as assists companies through the CORTM certification process.


This event contains one (1) technical hour and may be eligible for BCRSP CM points. See BCRSP website at www.bcrsp.ca for CM point criteria.  Further information can be found here.


EVENT DETAILS:

DATE:  Friday, March 1, 2019
TIME:  Networking – 7:30 am
  Presentation – 8:00 am to 9:00 am
  Wrap-Up – 9:00 am
LOCATION:  POP-UP LOCATION:
  Construction Safety Association
  of Manitoba

  Rialto Room
  1447 Waverley Street
FEES:  IPAM Members:  No Charge
  Non-Members:  $25.00

Cancellation Policy:

Member Registrations – Members who register and do not attend will be charged $25.  Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without penalty.

Non-Member Registrations – Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without charge.  If cancellation is not received by the specified time frame the fee of $25.00 is applicable.

Substitutions are welcome.

IPAM Breakfast Meeting – February 1, 2019

Working in Extreme Cold / Hot Temperatures


As our Manitoba climate varies from -35 winter temps to + 35 summer temps, employees struggle with proper hydration, warmth retention and extremes ranging from heat exhaustion to frostbite.  Presentation will summarize each of the scenarios, symptoms and first aid and prevention.    

What you will learn:
Awareness of  seasonal work environmental changes and the hazards associated with each

Who Should Attend:
Management / employees that work in an outdoor environment year round and are exposed to extreme weather changes.  Or anyone interested in this topic.

Presenter:

Brian Horanski
Supervisor and Joint Health and Safety Rep

Brian has been with Gerdau for 7 years.  His position as a “Routine Facilitator” requires the flexibility to fill in as a supervisor when required as well as coordinate various safety related tasks such as procuring PPE, employee training, and coordination of safety presentations. 


This event contains one (1) technical hour and may be eligible for BCRSP CM points. See BCRSP website at www.bcrsp.ca for CM point criteria.  Further information can be found here.


EVENT DETAILS:

DATE:  Friday, February 1, 2019
TIME:  Networking – 7:30 am
  Presentation – 8:00 am to 9:00 am
  Wrap-Up – 9:00 am
LOCATION:  Canad Inns POLO PARK
   Ambassador L (Back of Aaltos Restaurant)  
  1405 St. Matthews Ave.
FEES:  IPAM Members:  No Charge
  Non-Members:  $25.00

Cancellation Policy:

Member Registrations – Members who register and do not attend will be charged $25.  Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without penalty.

Non-Member Registrations – Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without charge.  If cancellation is not received by the specified time frame the fee of $25.00 is applicable.

Substitutions are welcome.


HOW TO REGISTER!
Online Registration – it’s easy!  Click here to register.
or
Register by email office@ipam-manitoba.com providing full contact information
(Name, Company, Tel, Email)


Questions?  Contact us at 204-295-1512 or office@ipam-manitoba.com.

**Please note this breakfast meeting may be photographed for promotional purposes*

Impairment (Cannabis) and Workplace Safety

January 11, 2018

Participants will learn about the impact impairment can have on workplace safety. This presentation will provide information on how to respond to impairment in the workplace in light of the legalization of recreational cannabis.

What you will learn:

  1. What is impairment (causes, signs, impact on workplaces)
  2. Employers’ responsibilities to provide a safe and healthy workplace and Best practices – Drug and Alcohol policy
  3. Knowing the appropriate steps to respond to suspected impairment in the workplace

Who Should Attend:

This beginner workshop will be particularly useful to employers, managers, supervisors and safety committee members with little to no previous knowledge on addressing workplace impairment.

PRESENTER:

Michael Pogorzelec, M.Sc.
Safework Manitoba

Michael Pogorzelec, MSc, studied microbiology and pharmacology and therapeutics at the University of Manitoba. He proceeded to work in the health insurance industry, and eventually moved to the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba.  Here, he worked in short-term claims, providing benefits to injured workers. He is currently a Prevention Consultant at SAFE Work Manitoba, the provincial public agency dedicated to the prevention of workplace injury and illness.


This event contains one (1) technical hour and may be eligible for BCRSP CM points. See BCRSP website at www.bcrsp.ca for CM point criteria.  Further information can be found here.


EVENT DETAILS:

DATE:  Friday, January 11, 2018
TIME:
Networking – 7:30 am
Presentation – 8:00 am to 9:00 am
Wrap-Up – 9:00 am

LOCATION:
Canad Inns POLO PARK
1405 St. Matthews Ave.

FEES:
IPAM Members:  No Charge
Non-Members:  $25.00

Cancellation Policy:

Member Registrations – Members who register and do not attend will be charged $25.  Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without penalty.

Non-Member Registrations – Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without charge.  If cancellation is not received by the specified time frame the fee of $25.00 is applicable.

Substitutions are welcome.


NEW WAY TO REGISTER!
Try our new registration system – it’s easy!  Click here to register.
or
Register by email office@ipam-manitoba.com providing full contact information
(Name, Company, Tel, Email)


Questions?  Contact us at 204-295-1512.

**Please note this breakfast meeting may be photographed for p

Psychosocial Health & Safety Strategies that help create a Mentally Healthy & Emotionally Safe Workplace

November 2, 2018

Preventing MSD’s, accidents, injuries and even death, goes way beyond traditional physical, mechanical and biological health and safety training.  And, although it is an employer’s responsibility to provide these training programs, if Psychosocial health risk assessment and management systems are not in place, we are being reactive not proactive in our approach.

Psychosocial hazards in the workplace are the non-physical hazards that are affecting the mental health and emotional wellbeing of your employees.  They directly impact performance, productivity and ultimately, they affect whether your workforce can perform and operate in a safe and healthy manner.

Our program is instrumental to, and, an introduction on how to compliment and enhance traditional H&S training programs to ensure that employees are physically and emotionally healthy to perform their roles.

What you will learn:

  1. Why Psychosocial health Risk assessment and management is essential not optional and understand the social and corporate responsibilities of the employer and the employee.
  2. How to build a Psychosocial Health Risk assessment and management toolkit.
  3. How to integrate Psychosocial Health Risk assessment and management systems into your current Health & Safety programming.

Who Should Attend:
Business Owners, Health & Safety Trainers, Wellness Champions, HR Managers, Contractors, Health Insurance Agents, Colleges/Lecturers, Construction Workers

PRESENTER:

Karen Insley (Corporate Psychosocial Health Risk Strategist):

Karen is a Certified Cancer Coach specializing in Psychosocial Health Risk Management.  Trained in the medical and surgical treatment of colorectal cancer, psychosocial coping, communication, emotional support. Karen is also a certified specialist in Eating Disorders & Body Image Issues.  Click here for more information about Karen.


This event contains one (1) technical hour and may be eligible for BCRSP CM points. See BCRSP website at www.bcrsp.ca for CM point criteria.  Further information can be found here.


EVENT DETAILS:

DATE:   Friday, November 2, 2018
TIME:   Networking – 7:30 am
Presentation – 8:00 am to 9:00 am
Wrap-Up – 9:00 am
LOCATION:   Canad Inns POLO PARK
1405 St. Matthews Ave.
FEES:   IPAM Members:  No Charge
Non-Members:  $25.00

Cancellation Policy:

Member Registrations – Members who register and do not attend will be charged $25.  Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without penalty.

Non-Member Registrations – Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without charge.  If cancellation is not received by the specified time frame the fee of $25.00 is applicable.

Substitutions are welcome.


NEW WAY TO REGISTER!
Try our new registration system – it’s easy!  Click here to register.
or
Register by email office@ipam-manitoba.com providing full contact information
(Name, Company, Tel, Email)


Questions?  Contact us at 204-295-1512.

**Please note this breakfast meeting may be photographed for promotional purposes*

October 5, 2018 – SAFE Work Certification is a good business decision.

It takes more than sales to grow your business. It takes leadership, innovation and a safe work environment. Made Safe is the non-profit safety association for Manitoba dedicated to the prevention of injuries in the manufacturing sector. As the certifying partner for SAFE Work Manitoba Certified for manufacturing, Made Safe is also your go-to resource for top-down support.

What you will learn:

  1. Why becoming SAFE Work Certified is good for business.
  2. How Made Safe can help achieve certification.
  3. Process to obtain certification.

Who Should Attend:
Plant Managers, Business Leaders and Health and Safety Personnel.

PRESENTER:

Neal Curry
Executive Director, Made Safe

Neal has 40+ years manufacturing experience, including Executive in small, medium and large companies.  He has held Leadership positions in union and non-union environments. Neil is Past Chair CME Safety and Health Committee.  He has a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering Technology, Algonquin College of Applied Arts & Technology, Ottawa, BA (Economics), York University, Toronto and MBA, Schulich School of Business, York University, Toronto.
Safety Philosophy: Safety cannot be an add on. It must be integral to how we do things. Safety and productivity are not mutually exclusive, a lean, well organized plant is both safe and efficient.


This event contains one (1) technical hoursand may be eligible for BCRSP CM points. See BCRSP website at www.bcrsp.ca for CM point criteria.

Further information can be found here.


EVENT DETAILS:

DATE:   Friday, October 5, 2018
TIME:   Networking – 7:30 am
Presentation – 8:00 am to 9:00 am
LOCATION:   Canad Inns POLO PARK
1405 St. Matthews Ave.
FEES:   IPAM Members:  No Charge
Non-Members:  $25.00

Cancellation Policy:

Member Registrations – Members who register and do not attend will be charged $25.  Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without penalty.

Non-Member Registrations – Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without charge.  If cancellation is not received by the specified time frame the fee of $25.00 is applicable.

Substitutions are welcome.


NEW WAY TO REGISTER!
Try our new registration system – it’s easy!  Click here to register.
or
Register by email office@ipam-manitoba.com providing full contact information
(Name, Company, Tel, Email)


Questions?  Contact us at 204-295-1512.

**Please note this breakfast meeting may be photographed for promotional purposes*

September 7, 2018 – The Safety Pass – Responsibilities and Solutions

New worker orientations are a legislated responsibility of the Employer for the workplaces that their employees work on. It is also the Employers responsibility to ensure the Contractors (Maintenance staff, Trades, Cleaners, etc.) hired to work for them understand their responsibilities on site as well. These orientations are legislated and therefore contain a lot of the same information that takes time to review and to ensure the worker understands the information. The Safety Pass is a fully transferable (site to site) online orientation program that allows Employers to meet their responsibilities while reducing the amount of time workers review repeat information and allows the Employer to focus more time and effort on the site-specific information required to provide a healthy and safe work environment.

What you will learn:

  1. Understand what a Prime Contractor’s responsibilities are.
  2. Understand what a Contractor’s responsibilities are.
  3. Understand how The Safety Pass system can help you save time and money while meeting your legislated responsibilities.

Who Should Attend:
Employers; Supervisors; Workers; Self-Employed Persons; Prime Contractors; Contractors; Owners; Suppliers; Health and Safety Representatives and Committee members; and Health and Safety Professionals.

PRESENTER:

Daniel Olson, NCSO, SHEM
Construction Safety Association of Manitoba (CSAM)

Daniel Olson is the Client Services Consultant at the Construction Safety Association of Manitoba; he is a graduate of the Occupational Health and Safety Certificate program at Red River College and a graduate of the Safety, Health, and Environmental Management Diploma program at the University of Fredericton. Daniel has been working for CSAM for the past two years facilitating training and assisting CSAM members with establishing, managing, and maintaining their Health and Safety Management Systems.


EVENT DETAILS:

DATE:   Friday, September 7, 2018
TIME:   Networking – 7:30 am
Presentation – 8:00 am to 9:00 am
LOCATION:   Canad Inns POLO PARK
1405 St. Matthews Ave.
FEES:   IPAM Members:  No Charge
Non-Members:  $25.00

Cancellation Policy:

Member Registrations – Members who register and do not attend will be charged $25.  Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without penalty.

Non-Member Registrations – Cancellations received at least 72 hours (3 days) prior to the event date are accepted without charge.  If cancellation is not received by the specified time frame the fee of $25.00 is applicable.

Substitutions are welcome.


NEW WAY TO REGISTER!
Try our new registration system – it’s easy!  Click here to register.
or
Register by email office@ipam-manitoba.com providing full contact information (Name, Company, Tel, Email)


Questions?  Contact us at 204-295-1512.

**Please note this breakfast meeting may be photographed for promotional purposes*

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