Western Silvicultural Contractors’ Association
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December 19, 2014
Vol. 14, Issue 22
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Seasoned Greetings From the
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Some upcoming events in the Happy New Year of 2015 January to February:
Western Silvicultural Contractors Annual Conference, Trade Show and AGM
4 — 6 February 2015
Inn at Laurel Point
For registration and conference program visit www.wfca.ca.
Participatory Action Research Practicum
3 February 2015
Inn at Laurel Point
A one day training workshop for safety practitioners and managers outlining the theory and practice of appreciative inquiry and collaborative problem solving as a means to advance workplace safety performance. The session will draw on forestry examples, but is open to participants from all workplace settings where high reliability is a priority. Stay tuned to the RoundUpDate and www.wfca.ca for more details.
Resource Road Light Truck Driver Training
2 and 3 February 2015 (tentative, depending on number of registrants)
For more information contact BC Forest Safety Council 250-741-1060.
Plant Wizard 2015 Training Session
8:00 am to 10:00 am on Wednesday, 4 February 2015
Free training session on planting project management from a contractor’s perspective including a review of any new Plant Wizard changes. Everyone is welcome but space is limited. Sign up with JRP Solutions directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to secure a spot!
SNAP! Survey Wizard Training Session Prior to WSCA Conference
10:00 am to 12 noon Wednesday 4 February 2015
Free training session covering data entry and compilation, reporting, and exchanging data with other systems. Everyone is welcome but space is limited. Sign up with JRP Solutions directly at email@example.com to secure a spot!
Association of BC Forest Professionals Forestry Conference and AGM
18 — 20 February 2015
WSCA Executive Director John Betts will speak at the conference and participate in a panel discussion on silviculture and the future forests of the province. For more conference information visit www.expofor.ca.
Thanks readers! See you again in the New Year.
Next RoundUpDate: 9 Januaray 2015