Mrs. Faye Ackermans, confirmed to speak at CARS 2nd Annual National Railway Day Conference!
CARS is pleased to announce that Mrs. Faye Ackermans, appointed Board Member of the Transportation Safety Board of Canada, has been confirmed to speak at the National Railway Day Conference on November 3rd at the Chateau Laurier.
Faye will speak in detail about “Safety Management Systems: Finding trouble before trouble finds you.” The presentation would address the origins of SMS, its benefits, along with lessons learned from a number of TSB case studies/investigations.
To commemorate the day that the last spike was driven into the Canadian Pacific Railway at Craigellachie, British Columbia in 1885, CARS will be hosting the National Railway Day Conference on Tuesday, November 3rd in Ottawa at the Fairmont Chateau Laurier, in the Laurier Room. This event will bring suppliers, railways and government together to celebrate our exciting industry.
The theme of the conference will be Keeping Industry Connected, All Tracks Lead To Success. Other Speakers Include:
Mr. Yves Desjardins-Siciliano, President and Chief Executive Officer of Via Rail
Mr. Jim Vena, Executive Vice-President and Chief Operating Officer, CN (tentative)
Mr. Tony Marquis, Senior Vice-President Operations, Eastern Region, CP
Mr. Mark Taylor, Deputy Mayor of Ottawa
Mr. Gordon Bachinsky, President, Advanced Rail Management Corp.
To find additional information about the conference please visit National Railway Day Conference-Keeping Industry Connected, All Tracks Lead to Success.
If you have any questions or to register for the event please contact Lynn Raby at 613-237-3888 or email@example.com
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