Canadian Consulting Engineer

Security Canada International Security Conference and Exposition

Toronto, October 19-20; Location: Toronto Congress Centre 650 Dixon Road, Mississauga...

August 1, 2005  Canadian Consulting Engineer

Toronto, October 19-20; Location: Toronto Congress Centre 650 Dixon Road, Mississauga

Held by the Canadian Security Association (CANASA)

Tel: 905.513.0622



American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS),

Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA),

Canadian Society for Industrial Security (CSIS),

Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA),

Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA), Security Industry Association (SIA),

The Association of Ontario Locksmiths (TAOL)

Location: Toronto Congress Centre

650 Dixon Road, Mississauga

Held by the Canadian

Security Association (CANASA)

Tel: 905.513.0622


American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS),

Canadian Fire Alarm Association (CFAA),

Canadian Society for Industrial Security (CSIS),

Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA),

Custom Electronic Design and Installation Association (CEDIA), Security Industry Association (SIA),

The Association of Ontario Locksmiths (TAOL)


On Tuesday, October 18, a special Monitoring Station Symposium is being held at the Doubletree International Plaza Hotel


8:00 – 9:30 a.m.

Industry Summit – The Business of Security

Panel discussion on the trends, issues and technologies impacting today’s Canadian security industry.

CANASA session

Room: Berton 1-4

9:00 – 10:15 a.m.

Regional Review Across the Country. CSIS representatives review legislation and its impacts.

CSIS session

Room: Pinsent 3

10:00 – 11:45 a.m.

VoIP — the Changing Face of Security Communications. “Facilities Based” vs. “Non-Facilities Based” service, connecting digital alarm communicators to VoIP, and how security companies can accommodate the integration of VoIP into current and future installations.

CANASA session

Room: Berton 1-4

10:00 – 11:45 a.m.

A CPTED Analysis of Common Security Strategies. How CPTED (Crime Prevention through Environmental Design) principals are applied to the planning and implementation of electronic security systems. A case study will examine the security strategies implemented in a modern building lobby.

ASIS session.

Room: Pinsent 1 & 2

10:45 – 12:00 p.m.

The Sector Prospective

Representatives from organizations such as the Association of Ontario Chiefs of Police (AOCP), the Association of Professional Security Organizations, (APSO), the Commercial Security Association (CSA), and the Canadian Security Association (CANASA) discuss new and pending legislation and how it will affect their respective sectors.

CSIS session

Room: Pinsent 3

12:00 – 1:45 p.m.

Expand Your Business Through Custom Electronics

How do you capitalize on the highly profitable opportunities in home theatre and custom electronics installation?

CEDIA session

Room: Pinsent 1 & 2

2:00 – 3:45 p.m.

Seven Steps to Home Theatre

CEDIA session

Room: Pinsent 1 & 2

2:00 – 3:15 p.m.

Traversing the Compliance Landscape

Do you act now or later? This session will address the sub-processes one should practice in order to ensure compliance.

CSIS session

Room: Pinsent 3

3:45 – 5:00 p.m.

Digital Forensics and Risk Management

The primary tool of business today is the computer, and the lifeblood of each organization is the data residing inside it. How digital forensics plays an integral role in responding to internal threats, breach of privacy allegations and more.

ASIS session

Room: Pinsent 1 & 2

3:45 – 5:00 p.m.

Bill C-45 – Mountain or Mole Hill?

Learn more about this Bill and how it is the driving force behind all new and pending legislation on workplace safety issues.

CSIS session

Room: Pinsent 3


8:00 – 9:45 a.m.

GPS Beyond Vehicles

There are two major uses of GPS technology about to emerge that will match, if not dwarf, GPS-based vehicle monitoring: mobile asset tracking and people monitoring. The presentation will include a discussion on the timing, availability and cost components of the new technology as well as an analysis of the major markets.

CANASA Session

Room: Pinsent 1 & 2

8:00 – 9:45 a.m.

Current Trends in Regulation for Canada

Provincial regulations across Canada, either in place now, or under consideration. A recent CANASA members survey indicated a high interest in the issues of self-regulation.

CANASA session

Room: Pinsent 3

9:00 – 10:15 a.m.

Security and the Law

Case studies when failures of non-compliance and due diligence occur. Speaker is David Ray of Grant Thornton LLP, Calgary. David is the author of the book “Security and the Law.”

CSIS session

Room: Etrog

10:00 – 11:45 a.m.

Master Your Clock, Master Your Day

The methodologies and tools reviewed in this program will educate, develop an strengthen your time/task management processes. Attendees will interact and brain storm issues and pitfalls that cause failure, and then build contingency plans to correct those items. The foundation for success is designed around the principles of “Half Hour Time Bites,” which allow you to pick up 30 minutes to two hours of lost time in a day.

CANASA session

Room: Pinsent 1 & 2

10:00 – 11:45 a.m.

Architectural Hardware – Achieving Compliance While Securing Your Door Openings

Patrick Ogilvie demonstrates the importance of properly auditing, planning and choosing the right mechanical locking solution. Aldo Caldi will examine code and security requirements.

ASIS session

Room: Pinsent 3

10:00 – 11:45 a.m.

Panasonic Network Video Recorder WJND300

Manufacturers’ Technical Session

Room: Pinsent 4

10:15 – 10:45 a.m.

The “Final” Summary

Synopsis of all CSIS sessions and the tools you need to weed through the changing landscape.

CSIS session

Room: Etrog

12:00 – 1:45 p.m.

Meeting Municipal Security Challenges

The new City of Ottawa was created through the amalgamation of 11 former municipalities on January 1, 2001. The city encompasses a land area of over 1,750 square miles and has a population of nearly 1 million people. It is also nation’s capital. Aside from an important government sector, Ottawa has upwards of $6 billion in annual retail traffic, as well as being home to many of Canadian high tech firms.

Ottawa’s corporate security division was created to develop, implement, manage, and review a pro-active preventative security program. Through public-private partnerships, careful research, and a team approach, the division was able to meet these challenges and succeed.

CANASA session

Room: Pinsent 1 & 2

12:00 – 1:45 p.m.

Fire Codes and Standards – Not Too Hot to Handle!

There have been many recent, and important, changes in the codes and standards that directly affect the fire industry. It is imperative to keep up with those changes, or risk being left behind.

CFAA session

Room: Pinsent 3

1:00 p.m.


The Honourable Julian Fantino, Ontario Commissioner of Emergency Management

Room: Sutherland 1-4

2:00 – 3:45 p.m.

Professionally Marketing You and Your Company

Interactive course that will include seven golden sales rules, the ingredients of a professional bid, and advice on how to focus and fulfil clients’ needs. Other topics will include effectively dealing with architects and interior designers, and most importantly, how to make huge margins.
This course is a must for every business professional.

CEDIA session

Room: Pinsent 1 & 2

2:00 – 3:45 p.m.

Developing Strategies for Selling Security Systems to the Corporate Security Director

Learn key strategies to assist in the understanding of the chief security officer’s needs in selecting security systems and partners.

American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) Session

Room: Pinsent 3

2:00 – 3:45 p.m.

Bill 159 — Legislative Changes to the Private Security Industry

The Association of Professional Security Guard Agencies (APSA), formed over 10 years ago, welcomes the initiative flowing out of Bill C159. The recommendations are long overdue since the Act has not been amended since 1966.

APSA session

Room: Pinsent 4


Wednesday 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

ACC Cables

Access Direct Sales

ACV Central Vac





American Dynamics

American Sensor


Amesos Drasis Resource Centers

Ameta International


Anixter Canada


Assa Abloy


Aver Media Technologies

Axis Communications



Bosch Security Systems

Brivo Systems

Building Industry Consulting Service Int.

Burtek Systems

Camden Marketing



Canadian Print Plastic

Canadian Security


CBC (America) Corp.

Chamberlain Group

CLB Media


Contron & Associates

Convenience Group


Courage Distributing


Deister Electronics

DKS Doorking


Elmo Canada

Extreme CCTV

Fire-Lite Alarms

First Alert Professionals

Foresight CCTV



Genetec Information Systems

Global Link Response Centre

GS Battery

GVI Security


Home Automations Depot


Horus Distribution

i3 DVR International

Ideal MBM

Identicam Systems

IMAG Technologies

Integral Technologies

IR Security and Safety

Jim Peplinskis Leasemaster Nat.

Kaba Access Control


Keri Systems




Maximum Monitoring Services

Mircom Technologies

MIT Computer Supplies







Pacesetter Technologies

Panasonic Canada

Panorama Security

Patrick Plastics


PG Security Associates

PLG Security Systems

Positive Marketing A/V



Protection Technologies



RBH Access Technologies

Rowie Walker & Assoc.

Rutherford Controls

Secure Wireless

Security Industry Assoc.

Security Response Center




Skyway Security


Source AV Representatives

Southwest Microwave

SP & T News

Speco Technologies


System Sensor

Tane Alarm Products


Thomas & Betts

Timekeeping Systems

TOA Canada


Triplett Corp.

Tyco Fire & Safety Products

Verex Technology


Video Experts

Voxcom Security Systems

White Radio

Wholesale Insurance Group


X-10 Pro



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