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"The premier conference for the Canadian chemistry industry and its extended value chain"
Featuring interactive presentations, breakout sessions, international speakers, and networking opportunities, Good Chemistry 2019 will explore major challenges and opportunities that face today's chemistry industry. Gain insight into the Canadian chemistry industry's performance in environmental protection, social responsibility, and economic growth. Interact with speakers who represent a diverse range of sectors within the industry, such as air navigation, freight transportation, nuclear power .. continue reading generation, resource reclamation, and chemical production. Speakers will each discuss their respective sector's approach to achieving objectives shared by all stakeholders of the chemistry industry and its extended value chain; those such as maintaining a circular economy; promoting and developing product stewardship; establishing regular, two-way dialogue with members of the public, and developing rigid training programs to prepare personnel to prevent and prepare for emergency events.
- Joint Gala Dinner with members of the ICCA, CIAC, and all other conference registrants
- "Diversity and Inclusion: Changing Culture to Attract and Retain the Best"
- "The Future of Transportation: Challenges Facing the Future of Autonomous and Self-Driving Vehicles"
- "Reducing the Environmental Footprint of your Operations through Energy and Waste Audits"
- "Naturally Safe: Does Innate Behavior Impact How You Work?"
Timings4:30 PM - 9:00 PM (Apr 30) (Business)
7:30 AM - 4:00 PM (May 01) (Business)
12:00 AM - ( May 02) (Business)View More
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Category & TypeConference
Environment & Waste
Editions30 Apr - 02 May 2019
Next edition likely in Apr 2021
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Jeff van GeelStrategic Sourcing Manager, 3M Canada Canada
Luc RobitailleVice-President, Responsible Care®, Chemistry Industry Association of Canada... Canada
Pete ThompsonNational Manager, ATS Training Programs , NavCanada Canada
Michael RoyHuman Performance Site Functional Area Manager, Pickering Nuclear Generating Station... Canada
Marcelo LuPresident, BASF Canada Canada
Dave AndrewVice President, Sustainability, Exxonmobil Canada
Greg MoffattSenior Director, Business and Economics, Chemistry Industry Association of Canada... Canada
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|Wed, 01 May 12:00 AM - 01:00 PM||Lunch, Sponsored by MEGlobal Lunch|
#BeethovenLunch Sponsored by MEGlobal
|Wed, 01 May 07:30 AM - 08:00 AM||Registration - May 1 Registration|
#Foyer AConference registration, check-in, and networking breakfast.
|Wed, 01 May 08:00 AM - 08:15 AM||Welcome Remarks Opening Ceremony|
#MozartWelcome remarks, opening address, and instructions for conference attendees.
|Wed, 01 May 08:15 AM - 09:15 AM||Armchair Conversation on the Future of Canada’s Chemistry Industry |
#MozartAn informal discussion about the future of Canada's chemistry industry, led by Marcelo Lu, President of BASF, and moderated by Catherine Clark, Canadian television broadcaster and host of Before the Bell.
|Wed, 01 May 09:15 AM - 09:30 AM||Introduction to Keynote Opening Ceremony|
#MozartRandy Boissonnault, member of the Liberal Caucus, Edmonton Centre, AB, will provide an introduction to our keynote speaker, Karen S. Carter.
|Wed, 01 May 09:30 AM - 10:30 AM||Keynote address on "Diversity and Inclusion: Changing Culture to Attract and Retain the Best Talent" delivered by Karen S. Carter, Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Inclusion Officer at The Dow Opening Ceremony|
#MozartKeynote address on "Diversity and Inclusion: Changing Culture to Attract and Retain the Best Talent" delivered by Karen S. Carter, Chief Human Resources Officer and Chief Inclusion Officer at The Dow Chemical Company.
|Wed, 01 May 10:30 AM - 11:00 AM||Networking Break Networking|
#BeethovenA chance to mingle with other attendees or check out the exhibitors at the trade show
|Wed, 01 May 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM||Plenary Session I: The Den Competition|
#MozartAs part of the Innovation Pitch Series established by BASF Canada, Canadian start-ups will have an opportunity to pitch an idea and/or technology that they believe has potential to support the chemistry industry in the areas of innovation, sustainability, environment, health and safety, and/or related digitization.
|Wed, 01 May 01:00 PM - 02:30 PM||Plenary Session II: Improving Industry's Reputation |
#MozartModerated by John Vincett, Principal of Public Dialogue Alternatives, and featuring guests from the American Chemistry Council and CIRANO, learn which trends are currently most influential to decision-makers and overall marketplace, and how awareness of these trends can help producers better anticipate and meet the changing needsof society.
|Wed, 01 May 02:30 PM - 03:00 PM||Networking Break, Sponsored by ERCO Worldwide Networking|
|Wed, 01 May 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM||The Future of Transportation |
#ChopinFeaturing guest speakers from Trimac Transportation and Daimler Trucks North America and moderated by Kara Edwards, Director of Transportation at CIAC and Coordinator of the National TRANSCAER Committee, this session will explore the challenges associated with autonomous vehicles and driver-assisted transport as technologies in these areas continue to evolve.
|Wed, 01 May 03:00 PM - 04:00 PM||Community Engagement |
#MozartModerated by Mike Gerbis, CEO of Delphi Group, this session will look at Methanex Corporation and Buckingham Community Advisory Panel (CAP) each ensure successful community engagement.
|Wed, 01 May 04:00 PM - 05:30 PM||Plenary Session III: Preventing Catastrophic Incidents |
#MozartExperts from OPG and NavCanada will provide insight into how such high-risk sectors as power generation and air navigation services train personnel to prevent and respond to unforeseen, potentially catastrophic incidents.
|Wed, 01 May 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM||Networking Reception Dinner, Sponsored by BASF Canada Networking|
#BeethovenAn opportunity to network with representatives from organizations who provide various services to the chemistry industry, colleagues from within CIAC's membership, and a range of professionals from other sectors. Join us for this fun event: great food, live entertainment and more! Complete details TBA .
|Thu, 02 May 07:00 AM - 08:00 AM||Networking Breakfast, Sponsored by NOVA Chemicals Networking|
|Thu, 02 May 08:00 AM - 09:15 AM||Plenary Session IV: Panel of Leaders Discuss Canada's Circular Economy |
#MozartLeaders from Exxonmobil, BASF, and NOVA Chemicals will explore the growing opportunities related to product stewardship, plastics in the environment, chemistry's role in material recycling, reuse and recovery, and the green economy. Moderated by Isabelle des Chenes, Executive Vice President of CIAC.
|Thu, 02 May 09:15 AM - 10:15 AM||Reducing the Environmental Footprint of your Operations |
#MozartModerated by Shannon Watt, Director of Environment and Health Policy at CIAC, this session will explore ways to reduce our industry's environmental footprint and associated costs with energy and waste audits.
|Thu, 02 May 09:15 AM - 10:15 AM||Naturally Safe: Does Innate Behavior Impact How You Work? |
#ChopinGuest speakers from Predictive Success and CCC Sulphur Products will conduct an interactive session that demonstrates the connection between behavior and performance. Gain insights into proven strategies that can help you accentuate what you do well and minimize traits that might not be advantageous.
|Thu, 02 May 10:15 AM - 10:30 AM||Networking Break |
|Thu, 02 May 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM||Leadership in Responsible Care® |
#ChopinGuest speaker Yves Hamelin, Regional Director of Quebec at CIAC, will demonstrate the significance of the signals sent on behalf of company leaders in their efforts to meet the requirements and spirit of Responsible Care.
|Thu, 02 May 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM||The Future of the Canadian Chemistry Industry |
#MozartIdentifying the most promising opportunities for chemistry in the Canadian economy based on Canada's distinct competitive advantages in resource accessibility, leading research institutions, and skilled workforce.
|Thu, 02 May 11:45 AM - 12:15 PM||Keynote Address: Delivered by the Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Natural Resources Keynote|
The Honourable Amarjeet Sohi, Minister of Natural Resources, will deliver our next keynote address.
|Thu, 02 May 12:15 PM - 01:30 PM||Lunch, Sponsored by Methanex Lunch|
|Thu, 02 May 01:30 PM - 02:30 PM||Plenary Session V: Achieving Greater Sustainability by Working with Customers |
#MozartModerated by Bob Masterson, President and CEO of CIAC, this session will feature leaders from the consumer goods sector: namely, representatives from Air Liquide, 3M, and H.B. Fuller. Tune in to better understand the evolving needs of consumers and how producers can best position themselves in order to ensure consumers' needs both now and in the future.
|Thu, 02 May 02:30 PM - 03:30 PM||Staying Alert: Discover the Latest Technologies in Fatigue Prevention |
#MozartExperts from Fatigue Science and OPG will provide insight into their respective approaches to improving occupational safety, human health, and organizational performance.
|Thu, 02 May 02:30 PM - 03:30 PM||CIAC's Associates Showcase: The Expert Room |
#ChopinAre you managing fatal risks at your organization? This session takes a critical control management approach. Transitioning to the technical specifications of RC 14001 and assessing its potential to improve performance.
|Thu, 02 May 03:30 PM - 04:00 PM||Closing Remarks Closing Ceremony|
#MozartClosing remarks and parting thoughts.
Exhibitors List9 Exhibitors of Current Edition
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Hilton Hotel Lac-Leamy
3 Boulevard du Casino
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