2014 Show Planner

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CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2014 Planner 19 Learn how diesel engine regulations have incorporated Tier 4 engine emissions technology. W68 | Milling for Smoothness by: Eric Baker, Roadtec Supported by: ARRA This presentation will show contractors the interrelated factors for smoothness of a milled surface as well as production and how to control them. W69 | EU REACH and YOU by: John Wagner, AEM Supported by: AEM, NRMCA Learn about EU REACH (Registration, Evaluation, and Authorization of Chemical Substances), its scope, and the pervasiveness of the chemicals that need to be reported. W70 | Filling the Skills Gap with Technology by: Brian Rabe, Advanced Technology Services, Inc. Supported by: AEM, NRMCA Explore how using mobile connectivity in manufactur- ing increases employee skills, lowers response time in, increases effi ciency and provides a high sense of self-esteem to front workers. THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 2014 8:30 – 9:30 AM TH71 | The Benefi ts and Bonuses of Paving by: TJ Young, T2ASCO Learn how contractors are using best practices and high quality materials and construction in paving projects to earn bonuses now allowed on many paving projects. TH72 | Prevailing Wage Jobs: Winning Bids, Keeping it Simple and Staying Compliant by: Adam Bonsky, Fringe Benefi t Group Supported by: AEM, NRMCA Learn how to stay compliant with government regulations and bid more competitively on government contracts while maintaining quality benefi ts for employees. TH73 | Driver and Job Site Safety – Something We Can All Live With by: Lee Hoffman, National Safety Products; Lance Morgan, CEMEX; David Conklin, CEMEX Supported by: NRMCA Learn how reinforcing safety procedures will help reduce overhead costs for both the producer and the contractor. TH74 | Key Issues in Crane Safety by: Theresa Anderson, Dimension Energy Services; Ray Feidt, Stephenson Equipment Supported by: AEM, AEMP, NCCCO In the world of crane safety, knowing the regulations and how to conduct qualifi ed crane inspections with qualifi ed individuals are critical. Review OSHA regula- tions and understand the importance of crane operator training and certifi cation and qualifi ed crane inspections.

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