BURLINGTON, Ont. — The Transportation Health and Safety Association of Ontario (THSAO) sponsored Council of Driver Trainers is presenting a breakfast seminar on the evolution of risk management.
This topic, on the minds of anyone in business who has recently had a talk with their insurance agent promises to give attendees valuable information for future business decisions.
The speaker, John Oldfield is an expert in the insurance industry and has experience in transportation dating back to 1972 when he was a driver, fleet manager and systems analyst.
He will discuss how business owners and managers need information on why and how their insurance costs are taking off and how they can better manage to minimize their risk.
The event will take place at the King’s Court Banquet Centre, at 1159 King Road, Burlington, Ont. on Thurs. Mar. 28 with breakfast at 8:00 and the seminar at 9:00.
The cost is $30 per person. For more information contact the Hamilton/Niagara chapter of the THSAO at their Burlington office at 905-639-8678 or contact Maria at 877-242-7077 at ext. 21
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