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Apr. 27-29, 2000, Ontario Electrical Industry Conference, at the Deerhurst Resort, Huntsville, Ont. Hosted by the Vacationland Chapter of the Ontario Electrical League, the Millennium Conference has b...


April 1, 2000
By MRO Magazine
MRO Magazine

Apr. 27-29, 2000, Ontario Electrical Industry Conference, at the Deerhurst Resort, Huntsville, Ont. Hosted by the Vacationland Chapter of the Ontario Electrical League, the Millennium Conference has been designed for consulting engineers, electrical contractors and maintenance electricians, among others. More information is available from the Ontario Electrical League, 2 Lansing Square, Suite 1000, North York, ON M2J 4P8; tel. (416) 495-0052; fax (416) 495-1804; e-mail: ontel@interlog.com; web site: www.o-e-l.org.

May 1-2, 2000, Advanced Course in Maintenance Management, a training seminar presented by Hayo Consultants in Atlanta, Ga. Developed especially for maintenance leadership, the seminar shows how to improve customer service, reduce costs and downtime, and manage for results. For more information, call (505) 237-0313 or e-mail: hayocon@aol.com.

May 2-4, 2000, Lab TechEd, a three-day Rockwell Automation event in Orlando, Fla., features hands-on labs and focused lectures designed to simulate real experience with next-generation control equipment. Attendees will learn how to configure, program and install control systems, select the right solution and maximize existing control investment. For more information or to receive a registration form, call (440) 646-3071.

May 3-5, 2000, in Atlanta, Ga., a training seminar presented by Hayo Consultants, entitled Maintenance Planning and Scheduling. The seminar teaches how to improve maintenance effectiveness, increase work force productivity and reduce lost time and costs. For more information, call (505) 237-0313 or e-mail: hayocon@aol.com.

May 3-5, 2000, at the Amelia Island Plantation near Jacksonville, Fla., the Spring Management Conference of the Small Motors & Motion Association (SMMA). Open to SMMA members and prospective members, the conference has as its theme Strategic Issues for Motors and Drives in the Next Millennium. Further information is available from SMMA by calling (508) 655-4409; fax (508) 651-3920; e-mail: info@smma.org.

May 4-6, 2000, in Sherbrooke, Que., Salon Industriel de l’Estrie. Contact Les Promotions Andre Pageau at (418) 623-3383, fax (418) 623-5033.

May 6-10, 2000, the BSA 2000 Convention, the annual convention of the Bearing Specialists Association. The focus of this event will be the impact of e-commerce in the distribution channel. Note that the locale has been moved from North Carolina to Florida. For details, contact BSA at 800 Roosevelt Rd., Bldg. C, Suite 20, Glen Ellyn, IL 60137, tel. (630) 858-3838; fax (630) 790-3095; e-mail: info@bsahome.org; web site: www.bsahome.org.

May 7-10, 2000, Metalform 2000, location: New Charlotte Convention Centre, Charlotte N.C. Contact the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA) at (216) 901-8800, fax (216) 901-9190.

May 7-11, 2000, STLE 55th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, at the Opryland Hotel, Nashville, Tenn. Contact STLE (the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers) at (847) 825-5536; fax (847) 825-1456; web site: www.stle.org.

May 8-10, 2000, in Atlanta, Ga., a training seminar presented by Hayo Consultants, entitled Materials, Inventory and Warehouse Management. This hands-on seminar teaches participants how to keep service level up and inventory cost down while maintaining an efficient low-cost operation for MRO materials. For more information, call (505) 237-0313 or e-mail: hayocon@aol.com.

May 8-10, 2000, at Wainbee, Montreal, a hands-on training course on Machine Tool Elements. For more information, call 1-888-924-6233, or visit the web site at www.wainbee.com.

May 9-10, 2000, Canada’s largest exhibition of measurement and control technologies is the Instrument Society of America’s Toronto ISA 2000 event at the International Centre in Mississauga, Ont. For details, call 1-888-823-7469, ext. 2030, or (416) 385-2030.

May 9-10, 2000, at the I-X Center, Cleveland, Ohio, the Cleveland Plant Engineering & Maintenance Show, sponsored by Professional Trade Shows, Inc. For further information, call Professional Trade Shows at (510) 354-3131; fax (510) 354-3159; e-mail: showinfo@proshows.com; web site: www.proshows.com.

May 9-11, 2000, American Contract Manufacturers Show (AmCon), in Cleveland, Ohio, at the I-X Center. More information is available by calling (978) 744-7680, toll-free 1-800-829-7467; e-mail: regtor@amconshows.com; web site: www.amconshows.com.

May 9-11, 2000, at the Palmetto Exposition Center, Greensville, S.C., Automated Manufacturing Exposition, providing a venue for buyers of industrial automation technologies, products and services to interact with the vendors that supply them. For more information, contact TEC Inc. at 1-800-553-7702.

May 9-11, 2000, at the Anaheim Convention Center, Anaheim, Calif., Sensors Expo. Co-located with the Motion Control Expo, the show is dedicated exclusively to the use of sensor technologies in industrial, scientific and testing applications. Further information is available by calling (203) 882-1300, or e-mail sensors@advanstar.com. For registration information, call (218) 723-9130, toll-free 800-331-5706.

May 12-13, 2000, Principles of Large AC Motors, an EASA (Electrical Apparatus Service Association) seminar, to be held in Philadelphia, Pa. For more information, or to enroll in a seminar, contact EASA at (314) 993-2220; fax (314) 993-1269; web site: www.easa.com.

May 15-16, 2000, Advanced Course in Maintenance Management, a training seminar presented by Hayo Consultants in San Diego, Calif. Developed especially for maintenance leadership, the seminar shows how to improve customer service, reduce costs and downtime, and manage for results. For more information, call (505) 237-0313 or e-mail: hayocon@aol.com.

May 16-17, 2000, Gas Detection Made Easy, in Mississauga, Ont., a seminar designed for anyone who uses gas detection instrumentation. Discussions will include gas hazards and their locations, sensor technology and proper instrument maintenance. For more information, contact Industrial Scientific Corporation at (412) 788-4353, toll-free 1-800-338-3287; fax (412) 788-6603; e-mail: training@indsci.com; web site: www.indsci.com.

May 17-19, 2000, in San Diego Calif., a training seminar presented by Hayo Consultants, entitled Maintenance Planning and Scheduling. The seminar teaches how to improve maintenance effectiveness, increase work force productivity and reduce lost time and costs. For more information, call (505) 237-0313 or e-mail: hayocon@aol.com.

May 19-20, 2000, Mechanical Repair, an EASA (Electrical Apparatus Service Association) seminar, to be held in Chicago, Ill. For more information, or to enroll in a seminar, contact EASA at (314) 993-2220; fax (314) 993-1269; web site: www.easa.com.

May 22-24, 2000, in San Diego, Calif., a training seminar presented by Hayo Consultants, entitled Materials, Inventory and Warehouse Management. This hands-on seminar teaches participants how to keep service level up and inventory cost down while maintaining an efficient low-cost operation for MRO materials. For more information, call (505) 237-0313 or e-mail: hayocon@aol.com.

May 30, 2000, STLE 2000 Golf Tournament, to be held at the Sleepy Hollow Golf Course, Stouffville, Ont. The Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers event includes golf, dinner and prizes for a cost of $120.00 per golfer. For more information, call 1-800-305-2806.

May 30-June 1, 2000, the Southwestern Ontario Industrial Show in Kitchener, Ont., features indus- trial supplies, hydraulics and pneu- matics, and more. Contact Reed Exhi- bitions at (416) 491-7565 or visit www.reedexpo.ca/southwestern.

June 5-6, 2000, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, Hamilton, Ont., is offering a two-day intensive course in Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors. Contact Irene Brelsforth at (905) 572-2981, ext. 4467; e-mail ireneb@ccohs.ca; or call Customer Service at 1-800-668-4284.

June 11-13, 2000, at Queen’s Landing Inn & Conference Resort, Niagara-on-the-Lake, the 45th MEMAC Annual General Meeting. For more information, contact the Machinery and Equipment Manufacturers’ Association of
Canada at (613) 232-7213; fax (613) 232-7381; e-mail: memac@istar.ca; web site: www.memac.org.

June 27, 2000, CFPA Golf Tournament 2000, the annual golfing event of the Canadian Fluid Power Association. To be held at the Heron Point Golf Club near Ancaster, Ont., the tournament will be a day of golf, prizes, contests, reception and an evening dinner. For more information, contact the CFPA office at (416) 499-1416.

Aug. 21-24, 2000, ISA Expo 2000 in New Orleans, La., is the annual exhibition and conference of the Instrument Society of America. Its focus is on advancing measurement, control and automation. For details, contact ISA at (919) 549-8411 or visit www.isa.org/events.

Sep. 6-13, 2000, International Manufacturing Technology Show/Manufacturing 2000 Conference, a bi-annual event covering the management of manufacturing processes. Contact the Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) at (313) 271-1500, ext. 629, or visit its web site located at: www.sme.org.

Sep. 11-12, 2000, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, Hamilton, Ont., is offering a two-day intensive course in Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors. Contact Irene Brelsforth at (905) 572-2981, ext. 4467; e-mail ireneb@ccohs.ca; or call Customer Service at 1-800-668-4284.

Sep. 18-19, 2000, Gas Detection Made Easy, in Grand Prairie, Alta., a seminar designed for anyone who uses gas detection instrumentation. Discussions will include gas hazards and their locations, sensor technology and proper instrument maintenance. For more information, contact Industrial Scientific Corporation at (412) 788-4353, toll-free 1-800-338-3287; fax (412) 788-6603; e-mail: training@indsci.com; web site: www.indsci.com.

Sep. 19-21, 2000, at the Courtyard Marriott, Chicago, Ill., a three-day seminar offered by the Reliability Center, Root Cause Analysis Methods. For more information, contact the Reliability Center at (804) 458-0645; fax (804) 452-2119; e-mail: info@reliability.com; web site: www.reliability.com.

Sep. 19-21, 2000, at the Cobo Convention Center, Detroit. Mich., Sensors Expo. Co-located with the Motion Control Expo, the show is dedicated exclusively to the use of sensor technologies in industrial, scientific and testing applications. Further information is available by calling (203) 882-1300, or e-mail sensors@advanstar.com. For registration information, call (218) 723-9130, toll-free 800-331-5706.

Sep. 21-22, 2000, Gas Detection Made Easy, in Saskatoon, Sask., a seminar designed for anyone who uses gas detection instrumentation. Discussions will include gas hazards and their locations, sensor technology and proper instrument maintenance. For more information, contact Industrial Scientific Corporation at (412) 788-4353, toll-free 1-800-338-3287; fax (412) 788-6603; e-mail: training@indsci.com; web site: www.indsci.com.

Sep. 25-28, 2000, PSA 2000, in Singapore at the Singapore Expo. Pumps & Systems Asia is the continent’s largest international exhibition, covering rotating equipment; fluids, gas and air-handling systems; hydraulics, pneumatics & motion systems; thermal & mechanical processing; chemical processing; food processing; water & wastewater treatment; control systems & instrumentation. For more information, contact HQ Pte Ltd, 150 South Bridge Road, #13-01 Fook Hai Building, Singapore 058727, tel.(065) 5343588 Fax: (065) 5342330; e-mail: hqlink@singnet.com.sg.

Sep. 26-28, 2000, at the International Centre, Toronto, Canadian Manufacturing Week. Co-sponsored by the Power Transmission Distributors Association, the show comprises three shows, the Canadian Plant Engineering & Maintenance Show, the Canadian Design Engineering Show and the Facility Maintenance Show. Contact Reed Exhibition Companies Inc., Unit 1, 3761 Victoria Park Ave., Toronto, ON M1W 3S2; tel. (416) 491-7565, toll-free (888) 322-7333; web site: www.reedexpo.ca/cmw.

Oct. 1-4, 2000, International Joint Tribology Conference, at the Westin Hotel, Seattle, Wash. Sponsors of the event are the Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers (STLE) and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) International, Tribology Division. Information and forms can be found on these web sites: www.stle.org and www.asme.org; or call ASME at (212) 591-8257, fax (212) 591-7856.

Oct. 4-6, 2000, Motor and drive courses will be held in conjunction with the Small Motors & Motion Association (SMMA) 2000 Fall Technical Conference at the Marriott Schaumburg hotel in Chicago. For information, contact SMMA at (508) 655-4409, fax (508) 651-3920, e-mail info@smma.org, web site www.smma.org.

Oct. 10-12, 2000, IMET/International Manufacturing & Engineering Technology Congress 2000, at the Rosemont Convention Center, Rosemont, Ill. For more information, call (610) 458-7070 or fax (610) 458-7171.

Oct. 25-28, 2000, PTDA Annual Convention. Celebrating the Power Transmission Distributors Association’s 40th Anniversary, the convention will be held at the Hilton Hotel at Waikoloa Village, Hawaii. Contact PTDA at (312) 876-9461 for more information, or fax (312) 876-9490. E-mail address is ptda@ptda.org, web site is www.ptda.org.

Nov. 8-10, 2000, presented by DeVillbiss and Bowling Green State University (BGSU) in Toledo, Ohio, a Spray Finishing Technology Workshop. Topics include: equipment types, set-up, operation and maintenance; surface preparation; and evaluation and spray applications associated with industrial finishing. Attendees should be involved with maintenance spray finishing applications. To register, contact the BGSU Office of Continuing Education at (419) 372-8181. For additional information, contact Dr. Richard A. Kruppa, College of Technology, BGSU, by e-mail at: rkruppa@bgnet.bgsu.edu, or by phone at (419) 372-7560. Workshop information also is available on line at www.bgsu.edu/colleges/ContEd/opt/spray/index.html.

Dec. 4-5, 2000, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, Hamilton, Ont., is offering a two-day intensive course in Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors. Contact Irene Brelsforth at (905) 572-2981, ext. 4467; e-mail ireneb@ccohs.ca; or call Customer Service at 1-800-668-4284.

2001

Mar. 5-6, 2001, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety, Hamilton, Ont., is offering a two-day intensive course in Health and Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors. Contact Irene Brelsforth at (905) 572-2981, ext. 4467; e-mail ireneb@ccohs.ca; or call Customer Service at 1-800-668-4284.

Oct. 3-6, 2001, the 41st PTDA Annual Convention. Location is the Marriott Marquis Hotel, Atlanta, Ga. For more information, contact the Power Transmission Distributors Association at (312) 876-9461, fax (312) 876-9490. E-mail address is ptda@ptda.org, web site is www.ptda.org.

2002

Oct. 9-12, 2002, the 42nd PTDA Annual Convention. Location is the Marriott Desert Springs Hotel, Palm Desert, Calif. For more information, contact the Power Transmission Distributors Association at (312) 876-9461, fax (312) 876-9490. E-mail address is ptda@ptda.org, web site is www.ptda.org.

2003

Oct. 15-18, 2001, the 43rd PTDA Annual Convention. Location is the Marriott Hotel, New Orleans, La. For more information, contact the Power Transmission Distributors Association at (312) 876-9461, fax (312) 876-9490. E-mail address is ptda@ptda.org, web site is www.ptda.org.