THSAO’s fall conference to focus on prevention

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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The Transportation Health and Safety Association of Ontario’s Fleet Safety Council is bringing its annual educational conference to Niagara Falls in October.

This year’s theme is “CHARGEABLE NO…don’t FALL for it…PREVENTION is the key.” Session topics on the tentative agenda include a look at high-risk drivers and how CSA2010 will impact them, disability prevention, how to handle the media in a crisis, and a look at the Employee Assistance Program.

“With expert speakers drawn from both Canada and the US, the organizing committee is putting together an information-packed agenda,” said THSAO officials in a release. “Our delegates come prepared to gain knowledge, and we deliver! That’s why our delegate list continues to grow every year.”

The 45th instalment of the Annual Education Conference will be held at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and Conference Centre in Niagara Falls, Ont. Oct. 22-24. For more information, visit or call 905-219-0003 ext. 2422.

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