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IAAE Canada e-Report Volume 17 No. 34  Aug 29, 2016

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Emergency Management Team & Committee Training (EMT)
Winnipeg, MB  Sept 27-30, 2016

This course will introduce participants to the roles and responsibilities of being a member of an Emergency Management Team (EMT), how to develop an EMT and how to define the roles and responsibilities for airport staff. EMT participants will be advised what is expected of them in an emergent situation. A discussion of recent emergencies, events and disasters will underscore the importance of this program and emergency preparedness both at work and at home.

Space is Limited - Register Today!

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The Lighter Side of Aviation
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A DC-10 had come in a little hot and thus had an exceedingly long roll out after
touching down.
San Jose Tower Noted: "American 751, make a hard right turn at the
end of the runway, if you are able. If you are not able, take the Guadalupe exit
off Highway 101, make a right at the lights and return to the airport."

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YRL

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Learn More About This Week’s IAAE Canada Corporate Member: Liftow Limited

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Interested in Membership?

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Become a Member of our Board. Click Here for Info

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Association Update

Please join us in welcoming the following New Members in August:
Chris Biocchi, Security & Business Administration Manager, Sault Ste. Marie Airport
John Land,
Certified Trainer, Security Services, Investigator, Commissionaires

The following Corporate Members renewed their memberships in August:
imageA.S.P. Incorporated offers an extensive range of protection services for everyday and special needs with different levels of Security and Supervisory personnel designed to meet your specific security requirements.
In consultation with our clients we select an efficient yet cost-effective security program designed to meet all of their requirements: •Needs assessment survey •Audits •High threat level protection •Electronic countermeasures & surveillance •Corporate security analysis and executive briefings •Protection resources •Traditional Security Guards, Upgraded Security Guards, Emergency Protection, Patrols and Inspections, Special Event personnel.
•Corporate Security - analysis and consulting, electronic and physical surveillance and counter- surveillance, investigation and security screening, executive and staff seminars, crisis management & support, risk analysis
•Access Control Systems •CCTV Systems •Alarms •Cameras & Housings    www.security-asp.com

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Clariant - is a global leader in the field of specialty chemicals with over 45 years of experience and leadership in aviation and runway de-icing.  Strong business relationships, outstanding service and a world class research team make Clariant your preferred partner in the aviation business.
Our products:Safeway® environmentally safe and effective de-/anti-icers in solid and liquid form for runways, aprons, and taxiways. Safeway® SF and Safeway® KF have been awarded the ECO LOGO
Safewing® PG based Type I, III and IV aircraft de/anti-icing fluids.  Safewing® MP III 2031 ECO “One-Step” fluid De-ices like Type I & provides hold-over protection like a Type IV fluid.     www.aviation.clariant.com

 imageEmergency Preparedness Consultants Inc. (EPC Inc.) offers specialized consulting services in security and emergency management. With a team of highly skilled and experienced professionals, we assist in the development, management and improvement of security, and emergency management programs.
EPC Inc. focuses on four main areas: Hazard Identification and Risk Assessments (hazard and threat determination, assessment of risk, formulation and implementation of risk management strategies); Security Reviews (the review, audit and assessment of security program governance structures, program components and management frameworks); Crisis, Emergency Management and Business Continuity Planning (the establishment of governance structures, impact and vulnerability assessments, team and plan development); and Physical Security and Emergency Management Training (provision of progressive tools to maintain and advance strategies).  www.epc2005.ca

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Airport Support equipment could benefit from a maintenance product that works to reduce electrical failures, reduces corrosion of equipment and lubricates all moving parts from hinges to brake cables, from conveyors to complex equipment and even the docking assembly for aircraft. Additional equipment like  self-propelled snow blowers, high-speed runway sweepers, plow trucks, vans, cargo movers, automatic door devices all will benefit from using Krown products both by reduced maintenance costs and by a longer lifecycle.  Inside the airport, anti-wear lubricating products are valuable for moving sidewalk escalators and bay door service entrances among other things.  Krown products not only are superior to other similar products but are also environmentally-friendly. With 40 KV di-electric strength Krown products can also be used to maintain moving parts and reduce corrosion on electrical switches and relays as well.
Krown produces a line of corrosion resistant products that reduce incidents of corrosion on vehicles, wear on moving sidewalks and lubrication on moving parts. Krown wants to be part of your airport maintenance support staff. Let us show you how we can help reduce costs, improve reliability of your equipment and save valuable time on electrical failures and seized equipment. www.krown.com

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Proform Concrete Services Inc. started in 1975 as HEB Developers Ltd. By 1979, three Gomaco Commander III’s were in hand as the company continued to expand in the mid-eighties, the name changed to Proform Concrete Services Inc. A Precast Concrete Division began in the late 1980’s and in 1990 purchased an existing precast plant in Red Deer. With continued growth in the 90’s, there were two expansions of the Precast Plant and the addition of several more Concrete Extruders. In 1999 Proform began their first concrete paving job at the High Level Airport and purchased a Gomaco Commander III four track paver and completed the project on time and on budget.
Proform is the largest slip-form concrete contractor in Alberta with a large fleet of  Gomaco concrete curb and gutter extruders, and  concrete pavers including one new 2-track concrete paver, two concrete placers, one texture cure machine and a 4-track barrier machine. There is a long history with Gomaco paving equipment as well, through both direct acquisition and operational support in conjunction with specialized hands-on training at the Gomaco headquarters in Ida Grove, Iowa, USA. Recently Proform has reorganized into a parent management company PROFORM MANAGEMENT INC. and two sister companies PROFORM CONCRETE SERVICES INC. and PROFORM PRECAST PRODUCTS INC.  www.proformconcrete.com
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Request for Proposal

The International Association of Airport Executives Canada is currently accepting proposals to develop, design, and deliver a TP312 5th edition course.  The existing IAAEC TP312 Subject Matter Expert has retired, leaving a void in this area.  

IAAEC has also determined that this is the time to develop a proprietary course on the topic of TP312. The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit proposals from various candidate organizations.  

Proposals will be accepted until 5pm EDT September 30th.  

To receive a copy of the RFP please contact Joe Mauro, Executive Director at jmauro@iaaecanada.org
or 905-297-2236


 Upcoming Conferences 

EventLocationDate

2016 SWIFT Conference & Trade Show

Minneapolis-St.Paul, MN

Sept 19 - 22, 2016

(CANEW)  Annual Canadian Airports National Electrical Workshop

Moncton, NB

Sept 25-30, 2016

Annual IES ALC Fall Technology Meeting 2016

San Diego, CA

Oct 23 -27, 2016

11th Annual F.O.A.M. Conference - SAVE THE DATE!

Calgary, AB

June 4-7, 2017

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View All Training Courses Upcoming Training Courses

Course

Location

Date

NEW!  
(EMT) Emergency Management Team & Committee Training           

Winnipeg, MB

Sept 27-30, 2016

(ACA) 2016 Accreditation Academy

Winnipeg, MB

Oct 3 - 7, 2016

(WAMSCR) Winter Aircraft Movement Surface Condition Reporting & Friction Measurement

Calgary, AB

Oct 11 - 13, 2016

(TP312 5th) Edition Aerodrome Standards & Recommended Practices

Waterloo, ON

Oct 19 - 21, 2016

(WAMSCR) Winter Aircraft Movement Surface Condition Reporting & Friction Measurement

Prince George, BC

Oct 24 - 26, 2016

(WAMSCR) Winter Aircraft Movement Surface Condition Reporting & Friction Measurement

Prince George, BC

Oct 26 - 28, 2016

(AMW) Airport Marketing & Commercial Development Workshop

Toronto, ON

Nov 8-10, 2016

(TP312 5th) Edition Aerodrome Standards & Recommended Practices

Prince George, BC

Nov 15 - 17, 2016

Please Note: The link on the training course name will take you to the online registration. Please take a moment to browse our Training Course Catalogue, If you have other trainig needs please email us. Don't forget to take a look at our Online Training Courses to help keep you current.

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imageEmployment Opportunities

Only IAAE Canada Members can see full job postings by signing in to The Forum.

Title

Location

Deadline

Airfield Operations Technician

British Columbia

Sept 18

Industrial Engineers

British Columbia

Open

Senior Business Analyst, Corporate Risk

Ontario

Open

Safety Coordinator

Nova Scotia

Sept 2

Manager of Airside Operations

Ontario

Sept 2

AX Functional Analyst

Alberta

Sept 2

Airside Safety Officer

Ontario

Open

Manager, Structural Integrity

Ontario

Open

Airfield Maintenance Specialist/Heavy Equipment Mechanic

Ontario

Sept 10

Manager, Digital & Social Media

Ontario

Open

Senior Officer, Community Investment Program

Ontario

Open

Manager, Safety Program

Ontario

Open

Safety Advisor

British Columbia

Open

Manager Safety & Security

Alberta

Open

Chief Executive Officer

Alberta

Open

Associate Director, Aviation Programs & Compliance

Ontario

Open

Airport Manager

Manitoba

Open

Director, Supply Management

British Columbia

Open

Manager, Deicing Training and Compliance

Ontario

Open

Senior Representative, Passenger Experiences

Ontario

Open

Manager, Terminal Operations

Ontario

Open

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Sincerely,
Michelle M. Cretzman
Member Services Coordinator
The International Association of Airport Executives Canada
Ph: 905-297-2236     Email: michelle@iaaecanada.org     www.iaaecanada.org

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