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Protect Your Privacy and Dispose of Old Technology 3:00 pm
Protect Your Privacy and Dispose of Old Technology @ Grimsby Public Library
Jun 10 @ 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
This presentation will look at ways to protect your privacy as well as how to safely dispose of your out-dated technology. First, we’ll discuss identity theft, online privacy, and mobile privacy. Learn about easy to implement solutions to ensure you’re protected. Then, we’ll cover how to get discard digital technology in a way that is both safe, and better for the environment. This is a demonstration and information session only, do not bring old devices. Call or visit the library to register. This event is hosted by the Grimsby Public Library.
Safe Driving for Seniors 10:30 am
Safe Driving for Seniors @ Grimsby Public Library
Jun 12 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
This informational session from the experts at AAPEX Driving Academy will focus on safe driving during your 70s and 80s. Learn about testing, safety tips, when to find an alternative to driving, and how ailments and medications can affect driving. Please call or visit the library to register. This event is hosted by the Grimsby Public Library.
Senior Drivers and the License Renewal Process 2:00 pm
Senior Drivers and the License Renewal Process @ Bertie and Clinton Mutual Insurance Co.
Jun 14 @ 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Community Support Services of Niagara is hosting a free workshop for senior drivers, in partnership with the Ministry of Transportation and Bertie and Clinton Mutual Insurance. By attending this presentation, attendees will learn about: Trends and statistics for older drivers The testing requirements for those 80 years and older The Over 70 At-fault Collision Program Signs of aging or medications as it relates to driving ability Driving tips and some more recent rules of the road. All attendees will be entered to win a reflective t-shirt.
Joint Health and Safety Certification Level 1 9:00 am
Joint Health and Safety Certification Level 1 @ St. John Ambulance
Jun 24 @ 9:00 am – Jun 26 @ 5:00 pm
The Occupational Health and Safety Act requires any employer with more than twenty regular employees to establish and maintain a health and safety program which includes a Joint Health and Safety Committee. In 2019, St. John Ambulance is launching Joint Health and Safety Committee Certification Training in Ontario. As a recognized leader in first aid training across Canada, this training is the perfect compliment to their commitment to health and safety overall. What is covered in Join Health and Safety Committee Part 1: Health and Safety and the law Workplace Refusals Duties and Obligations of a JHSC Certifications Hazard Management Investigations Critical injury accidents and deaths Case Studies When the Labour Board steps in Resources for JHSCs Call 905-685-8964 ext. 202 or register online. This training is hosted by St. John Ambulance.
Let’s Talk About… Human Trafficking 6:00 pm
Let’s Talk About… Human Trafficking @ Guild Hall
Jun 26 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The second session in the Port Colborne Public Library’s “Let’s Talk About..” series will focus on human trafficking. The event is to raise awareness about human trafficking and how it impacts the lives of people in the Niagara Region. With presenters: Krystal Snider (Trainer-Intervention with Survivors of Human Trafficking, YWCA, Niagara Region), Skylar Burbidge (Survivor), Amanda Sanders (Detective Constable, Niagara Regional Police Service), and Wendy Sturgeon (Executive Director, Native Women Inc., Niagara Chapter). This is a free event. Seating is limited. Pre-registration required. This session is hosted by Port Colborne Public Library.

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