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BOARD OF
DIRECTORS
Members:
Jim Bergeron
Lafarge Canada Inc.
Don Borsk (Chair)
Metro Retail Supply
Chain Solutions
Darren Christle
(Vice Chair)
Manitoba Infrastructure
and Transportation
John Gauvreau
Government of Quebec
Fergus Groundwater
Export Development
Canada
Dwayne Hihn
(Vice Chair)
Paltainer Freight
Forwarders Ltd.
Frances Humphreys
Wilfrid Laurier University
Flavia Iuston-Blair
Panalpina Inc.
Susan Krausz
Humber College
Institute of Technology
& Advanced Learning
Maria Lindenberg
Chevron Global
Downstream LLC
David McCormick
Pivotal ACTION FORCE
Industrial Staffing
Solutions
Richard Moore
Halifax Employers
Association
Hervé Pilon
Cégep André
Laurendeau
Lesley Smith
Wal-Mart Canada Corp.
Current Issues
 Council launches initiative to encourage use of National Accreditation Program;
employers are encouraged to seek out education and professional opportunities for
their employees with a preference to offerings from learning-system providers who
have been accredited by NAP; learning-system providers are encouraged to
integrate NAP accreditation into their marketing efforts; interest in submissions by
providers continues to increase
 Our Working Group for Phase II of the National Occupational Standards project
met in early February to identify a priority order for NOS development; if you are
interested in assisting this work, we are seeking participation on the Working Group
from Western Canada, and in supply chain areas relating to IT, transportation,
commodities (grain, oil, etc.), and emerging industries (pharmaceuticals, health
care, sustainable energy)
 Succession planning is underway at CSCSC; elections are planned for this year
What We Need From You
 Leads to meet with employers; the Council’s Outreach project has been designed
to link the products and services of the Council to the needs of employers in our
sector; we want to meet with your HR people to assist them in supporting your
efforts
 Career fair season has begun; if you are aware of career fairs coming in your
community, remember that by collaborating we can leverage resources and get
more bang for our buck; the Council can coordinate activities and supply collateral,
including brochures, presentation templates, games and booth banners
February 3, 2010
SCL
PMAC
CITT
CIFFA
Observers:
Ed Arial
HRSDC
"The Canadian Supply Chain Sector Council brings together partners in the
sector to develop solutions to the human resource challenges faced by
stakeholders. Recognizing the vital role of the supply chain to Canada's
economy, the Council is committed to enhancing the sector's ability to attract
and retain workers at all levels and across the full range of functions, and to
advancing the skills of those workers."
APICS
Pam Somers
APICS
Mission Statement
Philippe Richer
Industry Canada
Ex officio:
Kevin Maynard
Canadian Supply Chain
Sector Council
For further information on any of the above, visit www.supplychaincanada.org,
contact [email protected]
or call 905-897-1100 / 1-866-616-3468
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