Current and future workplace challenges ask a lot from leaders and supervisors. Male supervisors in skilled trades identified the need to learn how to create inclusive work environments, suitable for both women, men and gender non-binary people. This course has been created and designed based on feedback and needs expressed by tradespeople.
The Department of Labour, Skills and Immigration Safety is seeking feedback from organizations, employers and employees about the proposed changes to the Nova Scotia WHMIS regulations. Your feedback will provide valuable perspective on the proposed changes.
CCDC’s winter schedule is focused on helping you build a solid foundation in construction management. Dive into CCDC 5A, CCDC 17, and CCDC 5B in the new year!
You’re invited to get festive with CANS at our Holiday Open House on Thursday, December 8, 2022. Join us at CANS office for an evening of light food, refreshments and holiday cheer. This event is FREE to all CANS Members.