11:00 am – Friday, June 19
X-Rite is the global leader in color science and technology. The Company, which includes color industry leader Pantone LLC, develops, manufactures, markets and supports innovative color solutions through measurement systems, software, color standards and services.
1:30pm – Friday, June 19
Want to improve profitability?
Renshi Consulting Group Ltd.
Learn the Secret of Employee Involvement and Profitability as a renowned performance management consultant, Philip Uglow has helped senior leaders improve profits and reduce costs by releasing the hidden talents existing in their companies.
Phil will share provocative ideas, practical tools and ways to improve involvement and engagement in your employees.
He will leave you with practical tips including:
- Talking less
- Listening more
- Capturing ideas
- Tracking progress
- And much more….
Phil is President of Renshi Consulting Group Ltd. and regularly writes blog posts on the website’s Performance Blog which provides key information to senior leaders.
3:30 pm – Friday, June 19
Obtaining approval for a sign permit has evolved from a simple, casual application to a process that requires expertise with unique municipal bylaws, understanding of blueprints, site plans and elevation drawings and prowess in negotiation and diplomacy. Permit Solutions Inc. provides all of this and more with over 16 years of experience and expertise in commercial sign design, development and management.
11:00 am – Saturday, June 20
Lori Markowsky CRSP
Representing the Alberta Association for Safety Partnerships
The Alberta Association for Safety Partnerships is a non-industry specific Certifying Partner. AASP provides guidance, training and assistance to approximately 3000 member employers to assist in safety program development, and achieving a Certificate of Recognition (COR).
The head office of the Alberta Association for Safety Partnerships is located in Taber, Alberta, with member employers throughout Alberta. We provide a practical, reasonable approach to health and safety in the workplace. The protocol used by the Association is based on “Partnerships” both for program development and auditing.
Alberta Association for Safety Partnerships has implemented a Small Employer Certificate of Recognition Program available to businesses with 10 or fewer employees, including casual and contract.
The A.A.S.P provides support and guidance for all members, as well as promotes networking and information sharing, which will ultimately lead to quality health and safety systems and safer workplaces throughout our province.
During the presentation you will learn about the Partnerships program and COR, why it is important to implement a health and safety program, costs associated, legal requirements and an outline of the elements of a basic health and safety program.