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PEMAC seeks new directors


Mississauga, ON – Are you passionate about the maintenance and asset management profession? Do you have opinions to share about how to extend or improve the impact of the Plant Engineering and Maintenance Association of Canada (PEMAC)? Are you interested in the development of a professional association to help others benefit, and to improve benefits for existing members? Are you willing to work as part of a team to contribute to the achievement of the PEMAC vision and mission?

If so, PEMAC would like to hear from you!

The Nomination Committee is seeking applications from individuals who are interested in standing for election to the PEMAC Board of Directors. Five positions are coming up for election to a three-year term. PEMAC BoD meetings are held monthly by web conference, typically on the third Wednesday of each month. Participation at up to two face-to-face meetings, one of which is held in conjunction with MainTrain, is encouraged. Additional time commitments to handle action items or participate in sub-committee work may also be required. Directors report an average commitment of four hours per month with some positions spending more time.

What are the benefits of becoming a director? PEMAC is a respected national organization participating internationally on the Global Forum for Maintenance and Asset Management. The leaders of PEMAC organization became leaders by stepping up — an opportunity that is available to you right now. PEMAC board members tend to be great people to work with, and learn from, and who exemplify the qualities mentioned above.

To express interest in participating in the development of PEMAC at the national Board of Directors level, download the nominations form at http://www.pemac.org and submit it according to the instructions on the form.

The deadline for nominations is Friday, September 4, 2015.


Bill Roebuck

Bill Roebuck

Bill Roebuck is the Editor and Associate Publisher of Machinery & Equipment MRO magazine and mromagazine.com.


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