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Recreation Facilities Emergency Management Forum

  • Sunday, June 07, 2020
  • 3:00 PM
  • Tuesday, June 09, 2020
  • 4:30 PM
  • Toronto, ON
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  • Until March 15, 2020. The registration fee includes admittance to the keynote sessions, your selected concurrent sessions, your selected facility tour, two receptions (complimentary finger foods and cash bar), two continental breakfasts, four refreshment breaks, and two lunches. All fees are in Canadian dollars. Delegates will be required to choose their concurrent sessions at time of registration so please review the entire program before making your selections.
  • After March 15, 2020. The registration fee includes admittance to the keynote sessions, your selected concurrent sessions, your selected facility tour, two receptions (complimentary finger foods and cash bar), two continental breakfasts, four refreshment breaks, and two lunches. All fees are in Canadian dollars. Delegates will be required to choose their concurrent sessions at time of registration so please review the entire program before making your selections.

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Recreation Facilities Emergency Management Forum

Sunday, June 7, 2020 to Tuesday, June , 2020
The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto, Canada - GOOGLE MAP

Recreation facility professionals play a vital role in their local communities by ensuring the infrastructure under their care and control are managed to ensure a safe environment for both patrons and staff. However, over the past many years, these facility operations experts’ knowledge and skills in safety awareness are being tasked to a new level of comprehension and application given increasingly alarming instances of varied emergencies impacting communities and the recreation facilities within them.

The Recreation Facilities Emergency Management Forum is designed to provide an overview of the four integrated functions of emergency management (prevention/mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery) within the context of the recreation facility sector. The program, through keynote presentations and concurrent sessions, will highlight issues, events, and real-life case studies related to emergency management at the global, national and local levels. The Forum’s goal is to inform and inspire recreation facility professionals to improve what they already do best: helping to sustain healthy and safe communities.

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