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National Capital CITE Luncheon – MOOSE Consortium
November 10, 2016 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
On Thursday November 10th, we will be receiving a presentation by Joseph Potvin and Bill Pomfret of the MOOSE Consortium on the subject of Profit and Safety: How MOOSE Consortium Aligns These Goals.
Director General | Directeur général
Moose Consortium (Mobility Ottawa-Outaouais: Systems & Enterprises) | www.letsgomoose.com
Consortium Moose (Mobilité Outaouais-Ottawa: Systèmes & Enterprises) | www.onyvamoose.com
Dr. Bil Pomfret; MSc; FIOSH; RSP; FRSH
Dr. Pomfret is a best-selling author, speaker and dynamic presenter, who has traveled the world educating and motivating management and employees to adopt effective health, safety and risk control policies; practices and procedures that prevent or mitigate human, economic and environmental losses from adverse occupational exposures.
He has developed and implemented many Occupational Health & Safety models and is a Professor who has taught many practices and procedures at McGill University, Montreal, in addition to being a visiting Professor at a dozen Universities around the world.
He has been in the Occupational Health & Safety consulting field for over forty years. Dr. Bill Pomfret designed and developed the Internationally acclaimed 5 Star Health and Safety Management System™ in 1978, In 1998, he has been invested in the International Hall Of Fame, was the Executive Vice President of the World Safety Organization from 1975 to 1997.
He started his career with Imperial Chemical Industries (ICI) and then spent many years in the offshore oil industry. He received his doctorate in adult education and his master’s degree in occupational safety and health.
He is actively involved in presenting “Train The Trainer” programs on many specific Occupational Health, Safety or Loss Control subject or standard for many of the world’s Fortune 500 companies and for many other clients around the globe, and has a personal interest in the development and implementation of practical training of health & safety specialists around the globe.
Dr. Pomfret is a Fellow of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (UK) a certified seminar leader in the U.S.A. and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Health (UK), in addition to being certified in Canada, the USA, India, and South Africa and is a Registered Safety Professional in his native Britain. Bill sits on several boardsincluding the Canada Safety Council, Health & Safety Institute and is a CAA.
Business Model Innovation for Financing of Metropolitan-Scale Passenger Rail
The usual financing model for the development and operation of major transit service relies upon federal and provincial transfer payments, municipal property tax increases, and passenger fares. But Moose Consortium is developing a 400 km metropolitan passenger rail system that relies upon none of those.
The “Property-Powered Rail: Open Market Development Model” introduces a “platform business” in which:
• Each station is owned by a “Common Elements Freehold Condominium Corporation” (“immeuble en copropriété de titre franc pour parties communes”);
• Individual stations can be private or public sector; profit-oriented or not-for-profit;
• An independent authority on real property value is relied upon, with appropriate transparency and peer review, to statistically attribute the “option value” increment in average actual property asset and income values within an easy walk of the station (0.8 km), due to the provision of train service;
• Each station can subscribe to the train service in exchange for a fee expressed as a proportion of that average marginal increment in auditable asset and income values;
• The monthly subscription fee for train service, plus the total costs of the developing and operating the station, together establish the aggregate amount that the Common Elements Freehold Condominium Corporation shall collect from the participating units.
Moose Consortium Inc. (Mobility Ottawa-Outaouais: Systems & Enterprises) will explain why and how this model is being implemented throughout Canada’s Greater National Capital Region, and will illustrate some of the surprising ways this approach improves the entire incentive structure around transit, with practical examples from the domain of health and safety.
$40 for non-members
$35 for general members (use personalized promotional code)
$20 for government employee and student members (use personalized promotional code)
Ticket sales close Tuesday November 8th at 12:00PM.