Fleet safety council to hold social media seminar

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BURLINGTON, Ont. — The Hamilton-Niagara Fleet Safety Council is holding its annual spring breakfast seminar at the Kings Court Banquet Centre in Burlington, Ont. March 29.

The main topic of the meeting will be the advantages and drawbacks of social media to a business, such as how to get information to drivers and develop policies to stop drivers from divulging information.

Confirmed speakers are Paul Curle, health and safety officer, HRSCD Federal Labour Standards; Nancy Dunk, prevention specialist, Dunk and Associates and Systems 24/7; Lorne Honickman, social media specialist in law, partner at McCague Borlack Barristers and Solicitors; Lisa Kemper, social media expert, Constant Contact; Bruce Outridge, Business and Leadership Consultant, Outridge Consulting; and Mike Derry, host and moderator.

To register, visit hamiltonniagarafleetsafetycouncil.com or call Rick Brown at 905-356-4945 ext. 230. Tickets are $35 and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Prostate Extreme Team to fight prostate cancer.

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