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Webinar Series

Published by Terry Adamo

September 27, 2016 - October 12, 2016

Taking Action on Energy #2: Energy Analytics & Insights
September 27, 2016 @ 10 a.m.

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In this 1 hour session, you’ll learn about software that large industrial users currently deploy to stay competitive in the Ontario marketplace. We’ll show you how our solutions can turn your data into actionable insights to control your energy use, streamline operations, and increase profitability. The presentation is ideal for personnel looking to take action to lower your energy spend and for those looking to get paid to curtail their energy use.

Topics that will be covered:

  • Establishing energy use profiles and identify savings opportunities using Energent’s EMIS Solution
  • Sygration’s Energy market data analysis Dashboard
  • Typical revenue examples from enrolling into our programs
  • Global Adjustment Avoidance Strategies and Demand Response news

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar

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Cyber Risks in the Supply Chain and its Impact on Canadian Manufacturers
September 27, 2016 @ 1:00 pm

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Over the past few years, many high-profile data breaches such as Target and Home Depot have been attributed to vulnerabilities in the supply chain with varying reports indicating up to 80% of attacks originating through a third party supplier. This is leading many organizations to expand their view of security to include those they do business with including suppliers and customers. For many in the manufacturing sector, they are now being required to document and prove security compliance as part of the vendor agreement. In addition, many are examining their own supplier agreements to ensure that all gaps in the supply chain are secured. In this webinar, we will examine:
What organizations are doing to safeguard their data

  • The revenue impacts to manufacturers
  • What to consider when building your strategy.

Speakers
Derrick Somers is a Director with MNP’s manufacturing consulting group with over 20 years of experience in management consulting, operations management and project management.

Katherine Thompson is a Senior Advisor, Cyber Security with MNP and is responsible for the management of MNP’s cyber security client relationships in the federal government and critical infrastructure sectors.

Imran Ahmad is a Business Law Partner in Miller Thomson’s Toronto office and specializes in the areas of cybersecurity, competition, and foreign investment law.

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Changing Workplaces Review
September 30, 2016 @ 10:00 am

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In 2015, Ontario launched public consultations (Changing Workplaces Review) into amendments to the Employment Standards Act and Labour Relations Act. The recommendations will be far reaching and, we believe, have a dramatic impact on the regulation of Ontario workplaces. An Interim Report was released in late July 2016, and release of the final report is anticipated in late Fall 2016. Participate in this important webinar and learn about the recommendations and how best to prepare your workplace for the following expected changes:

• Employment Standards Act
-Fewer exemptions from the application of the ESA
-Heightened enforcement, inspection and audit processes

• Labour Relations Act
-Changing to a card-based certification process in Ontario
-Trade unions to have access to employee lists
-Trade unions may have automatic access to interest arbitration
-Increased scope of the Labour Board’s powers to regulate the trade
union-employer relationship

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CME Launches Enabling Change Program to Help Manufacturers with AODA Compliance
October 12, 2016 at 1:00 PM

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CME Ontario has recently launched An EnAbling Change Project with the Government of Ontario, to inform and support small and medium-sized manufacturers in Ontario with their compliance obligations under the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005. CME consistently hears from members on the challenges they face in addressing regulatory burden in the face of intensifying competitive pressures.

Meanwhile, there are 1.8 million Ontarians with disabilities, and accessible employment practices can help Ontario’s manufacturers and exporters reach this untapped supply of talent. The Enabling Change partnership provides an opportunity to partner with government to provide useful information, tools, and resources to make compliance straightforward, and help participating organizations realize the benefits of accessibility.


The program will launch a series of communications, webinars and events to help CME members understand and comply with Ontario’s accessibility standards, and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), 2005. CME will also develop and host a website with helpful links to information, tools, and resources for manufacturers relating to accessibility.

 

 

The session will provide an overview of the CME members’ accessibility obligations under the law, provide some useful links, and give manufacturers an opportunity to share their experiences related to compliance with Ontario’s accessibility laws.

For all the latest information and resources on compliance, visit: www.Ontario.ca/Accessibility

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Additional Information

Location: Webinar
Time: Various
Cost: Complimentary

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