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TRAINING THURSDAY: Time Management Workshop

How’s your time management? Are you a procrastinator? Don’t put it off for another day; register now for our Time Management Workshop on January 28 in Burnaby or February 20 in Victoria!

You will gain a new mindset, skillset and toolset that will optimize your personal productivity, and learn how to produce greater results in less time. Improved time management skills mean increased productivity, met deadlines, and a positive impact on all aspects of your business.

Here are some of the benefits of attending:

  • Participants learn how to gain and keep control of competing priorities, concurrent projects and critical deadlines.
  • Participants will learn powerful lessons about themselves, enhancing self-understanding so they can leverage their personal strengths and develop strategies to minimize the impact of their weakness.
  • The focus on practicality means that people walk out with ideas and techniques they can apply the next day.

Plus, you’ll earn 1 Gold Seal Credit and 7 Group A CPD Points from BC Housing! Register now for this or any of our other upcoming courses at www.icba.ca/courses.

TRAINING THURSDAY: Construction, Excavation and Demolition Involving Hazardous Building Materials

Do you have plans for breakfast on January 10? Check out our Construction, Excavation and Demolition Involving Hazardous Building Materials breakfast session in Burnaby. 

The process of sampling building materials to test for hazardous substances may seem straight forward, but it is often done incorrectly producing misleading or false results.

This breakfast session will provide you with an opportunity to learn about the new changes to the OHS Regulation Section 20.112, which requires additional information during hazardous materials surveys. You’ll also learn how these changes can impact your scope of work under renovation and demolition projects involving these materials.

In addition, this session will also provide a refresher on regulatory sampling requirements for submitting suspect bulk materials to a laboratory for determination of asbestos content, and a limited discussion of lead and silica bulk sampling protocols. This session will provide you with the fundamentals of interpreting hazardous material surveys and their associated analytical reports.

Plus, you’ll earn 2 Group A CPD Points from BC Housing! You can learn more about this breakfast session and register at www.icba.ca/courses.

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