Ready, Set, Go - Brad Proctor to speak at second CME Supplier Readiness Session
April 13, 2012
Workplace Safety: Getting Your Standards into Ship Shape
CME Nova Scotia in partnership with McInnes Cooper invites you to our next session entitled: Ready, Set, Go…CME Guide to Supplier Readiness.
‘Developing a Culture of Safety’ is the focus. An approved Safety program is required for Supplier status on most Defence and Shipbuilding contracts. CME is offering key information to get firms started on this important step to prepare for mega-contracts.
- Would you like to increase your eligibility for new business opportunities?
- Would you like to learn what’s required for specific deliverables such as Safety certification and to find the best source and professionals to help?
If so, this workshop is designed for firms who are interested in pursuing new contracts and a share of the anticipated contracts under the National Shipbuilding Procurement Strategy.
You will have an opportunity to hear from:
- Brad Proctor, McInnes Cooper – Workplace Safety: Getting Your Standards into Ship Shape
- Tony Goode, CFN Consultants Atlantic – Your investment in safety can open the door to Defence contracts
- Charmaine Mullins, IMP Aerospace – Safety Compliance how and why in relation to large government / defence contracts
- Lunch keynote – Stuart MacLean, Chief Executive Officer of the Workers’ Compensation Board (WCB) of Nova Scotia – Leadership, Focus, Discipline: Three pillars of a safety culture
- two local SME’s Ultra Electronics Maritime Systems and RKO Steel
When: April 25, 2012 (8:30 registration, program 9:00 – 2:00)
Where: Marriott Halifax Harbourfront Hotel
Cost: $135 CME Consortium Member, $145 CME members, $175 non members
NOTE: If you attended the March 20 session, please take advantage of a discount offered to you. You may register at the CME Consortium Member price of $135
We do hope that your schedule will allow you to join us on April 25th.
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