Don’t miss ConEXPO presentations from industry experts Bill Smith, EVP of Crane and Rigging, and Bill Hebron, Specialized Transportation Program Manager
Next week the construction and associated industries will enjoy the triennial occurrence of one of the world’s largest trade shows, ConEXPO/ConAgg.
ConExpo/ConAgg is North America’s largest construction trade show representing asphalt, aggregates, concrete, cranes, earthmoving, lifting, mining, utilities, and more. The event is held every three years in Las Vegas, Nevada. The 2020 conference will take place March 10-14.
Our own Bill Smith and Bill Hebron will both present at the conference. Learn more about their presentations below, and visit the NBIS Events page to book a conference appointment and see where else we will be in 2020.
Developing a Driver Safety Culture with Real ROI
Thursday, March 12th, 2020
Las Vegas – Pavilion 6
Leveraging all the regulatory resources available at once to review your operations can be daunting. Industry expert will review how to best leverage FMCSA Safety Management Cycle and FMCSRs and DOT audit preparations and results to end discussing ROI that can be achieved by this approach.
1. Understand the challenges we have seen & how to avoid them.
2. Learn about SMP case study results and how to apply them tomorrow.
3. Know the best practices for your operation to implement today.
Practical Ways to Protect Your Company from Lawsuits and Large Settlements
Friday, March 13th, 2020
Las Vegas – Ballroom A
With aggressive plaintiff attorneys chumming the waters by placing relentless television and billboard ads, and with the very real threat of nuclear verdicts, crane, rigging and heavy transport companies may be at more risk of a lawsuit now than ever before. Scary, right? The logical question, then, is this: How do you protect and defend your company in such a litigious environment?
1. Learn about what changes need to be made in you contract/rental ticket.
2. Understand how to adjust you indemnity language to protect against casual connection to injuries suffered.
3. Know how to educate your team and document training efforts to defend your company.