We’re getting the message out. Government is listening.
More importantly, it’s helping frame programs and initiatives to help manufacturing be positioned for success both during this time and after this crisis has passed. We’re here to help – Taking Action - April 16th along with APMA we will be hosting a financial Webinar, and stay tuned for a webinar on Mental Health with CMHA on dealing with workplace anxiety.
We hope you will provide us with this vital information about what’s happening at your facility and business.
Please complete it by noon Tuesday, April 7th, 2020
Once again, we need to put together the data for our next task force meeting. If you are not the right person, or don’t have time, please forward to someone in your organization who can get this done.
CAMM and Automate Canada are at the table with a task force made up of local, provincial and federal government representatives. We are heading up a manufacturing committee team focussed on OUR sector to report on the impact of COVID-19 to develop solutions for short term planning and long term sustainability.
YOUR PERSONAL/COMPANY INFORMATION WILL REMAIN CONFIDENTIAL – and forms what is called aggregated data. Basically we use your data but will not tie it back to your specific company.
This “aggregated data“ will be available to the task force, to you and to the general public. We need to ensure manufacturing is at the table and on the radar.
The situation is changing daily, so please answer questions relevant to you at this time. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We’re here to help and to get our message out.
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