Events

Mastering Machine Risk Assessments Course

Moving machine parts have the potential to cause severe injuries in the workplace and a significant percentage of injuries in the workplace can be attributed to machine-related incidents each year. Machine safeguarding measures are essential to protecting the workers who come into contact with machines as part of their job duties. Any machine that may cause injury must be safeguarded.

Date: October 2, 2018

Time: 9:00am – 3:00pm (Lunch is provided)

Location: Jeld Wen Windows & Doors – 550 Munroe Street, Winnipeg, MB

Cost: $299 (GST included)

You will be required to bring PPE to participate in the shop floor exercises. Please bring steel-toe shoes, safety glasses and ear plugs.


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Advanced Energy Control: How to Elevate Your Lockout Program

Contact with energy sources or energized machine components can be fatal. If you have equipment at your workplace, you will likely require your workers to perform tasks within or near hazardous areas. A solid lockout program is vital to protect the lives of these workers. Join Workplace Engineering Solutions for this one day course where we will go beyond the basics of the lockout and take a look at the world-class recommendations within CSA Standard Z460: Control of Hazardous Energy – Lockout and Other Methods.

Date: November 22, 2018

Time: 9:00 am – 3:00pm (Lunch is provided)

Location: Made Safe Training Room, Winnipeg

Cost: $299 (GST included)

You are welcome to bring a copy of CSA Z460: Control of Hazardous Energy if you wish, however it is not required.


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CSA Z432-16 Safeguarding of Machinery Training

Join Workplace Engineering Solutions for the one-day course as we walk you through how to apply this crutial CSA standard at your workplace through clear explanation, real-life examples and practical exercises.

Date: October 17, 2018

Time: 8:30am – 3:00pm (Lunch is provided)

Location: Made Safe Training Room, Winnipeg

Cost: $775 (GST included)

Includes a copy of CSA Z432-16: Safeguarding of Machinery and CAN/CSA-ISO 13857:15 – Safety of Machinery – Safety distances to prevent hazard zones being reached by upper and lower limbs.

Register by October 5th to ensure your standards arrive by the training date.


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Hoshin Kanri One-Day Workshop

HOSHIN KANRI is a Japanese term for Strategy Deployment. Hoshin, meaning “methodology for strategic direction setting’ and Kanri, meaning “management” or “control” combine to create a process for sharing and deploying the direction, goals and approaches from top management to employees and for each unit of the organization to conduct work according to plan. Under a Hoshin Kanri approach, organizational plans are developed using both top-down and bottom-up perspective – and looks at both process and results. This provides a common understanding of priorities that connects each person to the purpose and allows executives to collaborate with line management to determine direction.

Location: CME Manitoba – 67B Scurfield Blvd 
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 
Cost: Member $295 +GST Non-member $390 +GST

For more information, contact Tammy.Oakes@cme-mec.ca or 204-949-1454

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Women in Manufacturing

Attracting more women into manufacturing professions is critical to helping companies grow. In Canada, women account for 48 per cent of the labour force but only 28 per cent of the manufacturing workforce. What is even more alarming, there has been no increase in the share of manufacturing jobs held by women in the last 30 years.

Join us and other industry stakeholders as we strategize how we can impact the engagement of women in manufacturing in Manitoba.

For more details, call us on 204.949.1454

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2018 Southern Manitoba Manufacturer' Summit

Are you ready to take your business to the next level? Join us and see how technology impacts every aspect of your manufacturing business – from how you reach your customers to how you build your product. Manufacturers of all sizes come together to explore their highest potential.

SIGN UP for an insightful day filled with stories from local businesses, powerful keynotes and interactive workshops. This summit is sure to bring you practical solutions for your challenges, creating new opportunities and best practices that will help your business grow today and in the future! PLUS optional afternoon workshops; exhibitor hall open all day! 

PRICING INFORMATION

MEMBER $135+GST 

NON-MEMBER $155+GST 

Lunch Keynote and workshops only

MEMBER $60+GST ***Does not include a morning program 

NON-MEMBER $75+GST ***Does not include the morning program


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Committee Leadership Conference 2018

Our fifth annual SAFE Work Manitoba Committee Leadership Conference will bring together more than 300 workplace safety and health committee co-chairs to share best practices and ideas, with the goal of advancing injury and illness prevention in the workplace. The conference is set for Wednesday, September 26, 2018, at the Victoria Inn Hotel & Convention Centre in Winnipeg with an exciting lineup of keynote speakers and workshops geared to the needs of committee co-chairs.

We have two dynamic keynote speakers booked – Michelle Ray and Spencer Beach. Learn more about them at michelleray.com and spencerspeaks.ca.

View the full agenda.

Read about the keynote speeches & workshops.

New!  View a video message from keynote speaker Michelle Ray.

Registration

Registration is now open! Click here to register.

New this year! Register 6 or more attendees from one organization and receive a $50 per-ticket discount.


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The SAFETYs - Manitoba Safety Awards

September 2018  – Winnipeg

SAFE Work Manitoba is proud to once again acknowledge industry leaders committed to making Manitoba safer and healthier. “THE SAFETYS” is an evening to celebrate Manitobans who are making our workplaces healthier and safer. 

Join Manitoba’s safety industry professionals  September 2018 for a gala dinner, where eight Manitoba safety organizations, including Made Safe, SAFE Work Manitoba; along with other industry-based safety associations, will present awards to individuals, groups, safety and health committees, and workplaces for their achievements in occupational health and safety. 

When: Wednesday, September 26, 2018


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