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IAPA Warehouse Safety Conference
Toronto, Canada - 2-3 June 2008
Conference / congress

This unique event – the first of its kind in Canada --is dedicated specifically to health and safety in warehouse environments. Don’t miss this chance to have key members of your team attend sessions and workshops that are specifically targeted to your needs.

Warehouse environments, with machinery, storage systems, transportation systems and constant movement of goods and people, present multiple, and often complex safety challenges.

Learn how to control risks and improve safety performance in this environment.

Keynote Speaker
Brad Novoselac, former Health & Safety Manager, Versacold, Eastern Canada
The Versacold Story: Lessons Learned

June 4, 2008 – Optional Workshops
Centre for Health and Safety Innovation, Mississauga
Safeguarding of Machinery or
Inspecting and Maintaining Steel Storage Racks

Date(s):
2-3 June 2008

Venue:
Hilton Toronto Airport

Contact for booking / more info:
To register, call 1-800-463-6727. To register online visit https://learningcentre.csa.ca

http://www.iapa.on.ca
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