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Working from home? Ideas for leveraging this time.

With many people at home either due to the closure of their operations, self-isolation protocols, or as a proactive measure to reduce non-essential staff on site, some might question how these individuals can be productive, particularly when assets are not operating.

Mill Managers Collaborate on COVID safety response

With the permission of the Executive Director of PAPTAC, the Pulp and Paper Technical Association of Canada, we are sharing this document from their Mill Manager's committee - a collaboration on COVID-19 worksite safety measures and a great example of collaborating across businesses. We are all in this together.

Get Started in the Maintenance Management Professional Program

Get Started: Maintenance Management Professional Program

The Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) certificate program focuses on the tools, techniques, strategies and skills necessary for effective management of a business’s existing physical assets.

Get Started with Asset Management Program

Winter and Spring schedules for PEMAC's Asset Management Professional (AMP) program are now available and registration is open!

Call to Action: Exponential Growth is not Inevitable


COVID-19, is here and many regions across Canada are beginning to implement bold strategies to limit its spread.  Most of these strategies come down to some form of "social distancing" and they are very important to protect the world's human assets, especially the most vulnerable in our communities.

PEMAC Board of Directors Meet to Discuss Strategic Plan

Members of the PEMAC Asset Management Association of Canada came from across Canada to meet in Toronto, Ontario, for their bi-annual face to face meeting this past Sunday. 

PEMAC's Alberta Chapter Hosted an Ask Me Anything About Asset Management Event with Paul Daoust

Alberta Chapter hosts AMAAAM with Paul Daoust

Alberta

Our Alberta Chapter hosted an Ask Me Anything About Asset Management event with Paul Daoust, on Wednesday, March 4th. Participants emailed Asset Management related questions to Paul beforehand and there was a mic for the attendees to ask any other questions that came to mind.

It was a great evening of discussion centered around the ever change world of asset management. 

Humber College MMP Program Spring Schedule is Now Available

Humber College MMP Program Spring Schedule Now Available

GTA

Asset Management, Maintenance and Reliability professionals in the greater Toronto area are invited to register for upcoming Maintenance Management Professional (MMP) certificate program modules at Humber College. The college will soon release details of its Spring schedule.