Four Workshops To Choose From

A Mobile Workforce, Infrastructure & Security

As manufacturers, we never thought having a portion of our workforce working from home and mobile would be successful, but for most it was. As we move forward into a ‘new norm’, can a mobile workforce be sustainable? What type of infrastructure is needed? What type of security is required protect the company and our people? The answers to these questions and more will be addressed by our presenter.

 Presenter: Nick Powers, Director of IT, Peterborough Economic Development

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Creating Front Line Problem Solvers

Discover how more people solving more problems in turn creates more value.
How can we mentor our youth and new hires to the industry, and/or engage our current workforce in making decisions, problem solving on the shop floor, and creating a culture of decentralized decision making? As management/supervisors, how do we create a team of problems solvers? Attend this session to hear how Siemens are accomplishing this.

Presenter: Ian Almond, Siemens Canada

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Building a Resilient Safety Culture

Manufacturers’ number one priority is the safety of their people and while we can quickly react in crisis and emergencies, what does it takes to build a resilient health and safety culture?  What resources, people and vision does it take to be proactive to ensure stability in health safety and the environment during unprecedented times? Participate in this session to hear from WEIR ESCO about their work in keeping a resilient safety culture within their organization.

Presenter: Chris Wadsworth, Divisional Director of Safety Health Environment, WEIR, ESCO

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In Conversation with Swish Maintenance/Charlotte Products & BDC

A Journey Through Supply Chain Disruption
Presenter: CEO, Swish Maintenance/Charlotte Products
                      Dawn Hennessey, BDC


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