|►||IPM Desk Reviews due January 31, 2017|
|►||Workplace Violence and Workplace Harassment Policy [Bill 132]|
|►||Key Issues Facing the Golf Industry|
IPM Desk Reviews from the 2016 season are due January 31 2017. Any Desk Reviews submitted after that time is subject to a late fee, and no desk reviews will be accepted after May 31st 2017.
What happens if I do not submit?
Not submitting a desk review will result in a golf course being demoted from level 2 accreditation to level 1 accreditation or from level 1 accreditation to registered level. Please note that Level 2 Accreditation is what is required by the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change to legally use Class 9 pesticides.
Please be aware the submission of desk reviews is the responsibility of the registered golf course; and although most courses leave the reporting to their IPM Certified Agent, it is the course owner’s responsibility to make sure the desk review is submitted. More information is available here.
Advocacy is an integral part of your Association’s dedication to provide our members with the business support necessary to develop initiatives and programs within an effective networking environment to enable you to operate more efficient and profitable golf facilities.
Renewing your NGCOA Canada membership is the single most cost efficient and effective way to ensure a healthy, viable golf industry.
Click here to view the current list of National Advocacy Issues.
Click here to view Ontario's Advocacy Issues.
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