Hamilton, Ontario will be host to the only event to tackle the ever growing issues and challenges faced in the industrial emergency management sector. The Canadian Industrial Emergency Conference and Expo (CIE) will attract hundreds of emergency managers, fire fighters, fire chiefs, industrial fire brigades, fire training officers, mutual aid partners, EMS, plant and operations managers, senior level management and other professionals concerned about managing risk, prevention and preparedness of industrial emergencies. The conference will bring to light new legislative standards regarding fall arrest, as well as several workshops and general sessions. In addition, delegates can learn about the newest technologies and solutions by visiting the 75+ exhibitors on the show floor.
The agenda features topics such as the Lac Megantic disaster fallout and the new regulatory requirements that have been added by Transport Canada, Transprotation Safety Board and the railways themselves; Mutual aid agreements; Pipeline emergencies – best practices; Hazardous materials and CBRNE Response from an airport perspective; among other timely sessions all delivered by leading industry professionals.
Workshops will include: ICS 1-100 Introduction to the incident command system. This is a no charge workshop that allows the delegate to attend the special I-200 course at a significantly discounted price. A full agenda of the conference can be found at www.canadianindustrialemergencyexpo.ca
“This is a conference that could not have come at a better time. With infastructure getting older, railway spills on the rise, industrial accidents ever present, it is a critical time for industry and the CIE conference is a great starting point for many companies wanting to keep up to date, educated, and learn where to turn to minimize and control risk,” says show producer, Lee Baker.
The trade show floor will showcase exhibitors from across North America and will feature such products as training, protective clothing, safety gear, fall arrest products, environmental consulting, hazmat management, spill containment contractors, to name just a few.
Delegate pricing is $399 and includes two full days of conferences, networking reception, trade show admission and on-site meals. Trade show only is $30 for both days. Some show feature areas will include a mobile clandestine drug lab and a mobile hazmat decon unit. The trade show floor is aproximately 70% sold and additional exhibitors are invited to participate.
The conference is located at the Careport Centre in Hamilton, Ontario. Details and directions can be found at www.canadianindustrialemergencyexpo.ca
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The CIE show is produced and managed by Expo Management, a division of 6987362 Canada Inc.
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