MEP Brothers is a proud partner of Wawanosh Enterprises. MEP Brothers utilizes the services Wawanosh for spill kit assembly.
Wawanosh Enterprises is owned and operated by Community Living Sarnia-Lambton, a not-for-profit organization providing supports and services for individuals with developmental disabilities.
Community Living Sarnia-Lambton began in 1956 when it opened a small school for children with developmental disabilities. Today, it provides various support services for over 350 individuals and their families.
- Residential services
- Employment supports
- Respite services
- Social / recreation and leisure programs
- & more
Through the completion of numerous industrial and commercial contracts, Wawanosh is able to provide meaningful work and training opportunities for approximately 80 individuals in the Sarnia-Lambton area.
The products you see on this site are examples of the hands-on training Wawansoh provides to assist people with developmental and/or vocational disabilities in maximizing their skills.
With direct supervision and stringent quality assurance measures in place, Wawanosh offers its customers quality products and services.
Although Wawanosh is operated by Community Living Sarnia-Lambton, only a portion of its funding comes directly from the Ministry of Community and Social Services. All profits generated through business contracts are put directly back into providing services for persons with disabilities.
Incident Prevention Association of Manitoba
MEP Brothers is a proud supporter of IPAM.
The objectives and purpose of the Incident Prevention Association of Manitoba are:
- To devise ways and means of improving incident prevention methods and education;
- To function as a body from which incident prevention information may be disseminated;
- To co-operate with other organizations in incident prevention and occupational health and safety.
Incorporated in 1961, it has become a focal point for the exchange of health and safety information. Commerce, Industry, Government & individuals in the Province of Manitoba, who are interested in health and safety are eligible for full membership.
Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Center
A new iniative put forth by MEP Brothers in 2015 was to aid in the supply of consumables to the Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre. MEP Brothers donates day to day supplies such as gloves, masks and other PPE.
For over 30 years, Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre has been caring for injured and orphaned wildlife from all over Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre is a registered non-profit, volunteer-based charitable organization dedicated to the rehabilitation and successful release of injured and orphaned wildlife back to their natural environment, providing valuable outreach and education services to the community and engaging volunteers in a rewarding experience.
Since 1984, over 35,000 injured and orphaned wildlife have been cared for. Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre relies on the generous support of volunteers and donations to operate.
Manitoba Environmental Industries Association
MEP BROTHERS is an all encompassing partner of MEIA.
MEIA provides opportunities to expand contacts, gain business development information, stay current with governmental policy and legislation, and increase knowledge of environmental practices and initiatives. We facilitate information exchange and networking through special events, breakfast sessions, training programs, information updates and newsletters. MEIA undertakes initiatives with the provincial environmental industry associations in western Canada to develop business opportunities and promote the environment sector.
Motor Vehicle Safety Association Of Manitoba
The Motor Vehicle Safety Association of Manitoba (MVSAM) is a not for profit entity that was established in 2015 to provide workplace health and safety services and resources to Manitoba’s automotive industries through a dedicated and experienced team of safety professionals. The program is hosted by the Manitoba Motor Dealers Association (MMDA) and funded by a levy paid by the industry through Workers Compensation Board premiums administered through SAFE Work Manitoba.
Manitoba Trucking Association
The Manitoba Trucking Association was formed in 1932, to address the concerns of both the fledgling industry and the consuming public, when a group of truck transport professionals met at a Winnipeg hotel to organize for self-protection against regulation. Over the years, the stance changed to that of cooperating with regulation that was good for the provincial trucking industry, and by the late 1990’s, the cycle of regulation had gone almost full circle to a deregulated state bolstered by safety codes. Since 1929, the Association has served to organize the Manitoba trucking industry into a professional trade group who control their own industry, and it has been at the forefront of Manitoba’s trucking industry since the early 1930’s. Since then, the Manitoba trucking industry has become a powerful economic force reaching into every aspect of life. Everything we wear, use or consume – necessity or luxury – makes part of the long journey from raw material to end product by truck.