Supply chain professionals from around the world will come together in Las Vegas for this exciting, inaugural event from ASCM – the Association for Supply Chain Management. Built on the foundation of APICS certification and training, ASCM is the new, broader-reaching supply chain organization.
At ASCM 2019, you’ll be able to expand your knowledge and skillset to stay in line with the accelerated pace of change in supply chain. Topics range from S&OP, inventory and materials management to robotics, IoT, virtual reality and more. Whether you’re looking to enhance your knowledge on a specific topic, or learn more about current trends, ASCM 2019 will have something for you!
Human performance and human factors are terms that for some people are interchangeable. However, others feel they are instinctually different, so which is correct? The science of human performance-human factors has been debated for over 30 years. In this webinar, we’ll discuss human performance-human factors regarding how humans relate to each other, equipment and processes, and the impact it has on an organization’s safety culture. You’ll learn the following key take-a-ways:
1. Who are the leaders responsible for the organization’s safety culture
2. How to engage all workers in non-risk taking behaviors
3. Going beyond behavior-based safety
4. KPIs that can be captured
5. How to achieve compliance within the safety culture and how to discipline uncompliant workers
6. How to sustain the organization’s safety culture
Join us for our 15th Business Achievement Awards Gala. This annual event is designed to recognize corporate leaders in supplier diversity and showcase successful certified Aboriginal and minority suppliers at CAMSC. It will take place on September 26, 2019 at the Liberty Grand in Toronto. We seek to celebrate accomplishments such as growth in sales, innovative solutions, employment opportunities, and community development. It’s a great opportunity to learn, network and continue to develop exciting business prospects.
For more than 40 years, the CMTS audience from within Canada’s leading industries including automotive and aerospace have come together to source solutions and knowledge from the global leaders in machine tools and tooling, metalworking and advanced manufacturing.
Our national event offers a diverse mix of live technology on display, with unrivaled keynotes, panel discussions and technical sessions. CMTS includes several signature networking events where the industry comes together to connect, share and celebrate manufacturing.
The next evolution for western Canada is here. GBTA presents the GBTA Conference 2019—Calgary, the 1st-annual conference for business travel professionals representing Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Previously known as the Energy, Resources & Marine Symposium, GBTA Conference 2019—Calgary will feature a larger and broader program focused on the distinct needs and economy of western Canada. Join 250+ attendees from October 16–17 at the newly opened Westin Calgary Airport Hotel for the latest education on changes unique to the regional business travel industry and networking with Canadian and global travel professionals.
Presented by CITT, Canada Logistics Conference is the industry’s annual thought leadership conference for every supply chain logistics professional. The event features three days of networking opportunities and relevant, leading-edge learning delivered by respected industry thought leaders.
Topics covered include: emerging technology and transportation buying trends; robotic order fulfillment and materials handling; a workshop on addressing the industry talent gap; soft skills sessions including innovation and emotional intelligence; and industry updates such as ELDs, USMCA and trade policy changes, the St. Lawrence Seaway, and cannabis logistics.
The Distribution Logistics Summit (DLS), an outgrowth of the Cargo Logistics Canada Expo + Conference, is the only conference of its type located in Canada that uniquely focuses on an expanding, evolving, and inter-connected supply chain sector: the connection of logistics and transportation to warehousing/distribution/fulfillment: Where goods are taken from the end of a production line to the last mile via the interplay of three primary components of warehouse site selection and management, order fulfillment, and multimodal transportation management.