TOP RATED OF 2022

THE GLOBAL EXCAVATION SAFETY CONFERENCE is the place to gain knowledge about the damage prevention industry. Featuring the best speakers in the industry, you will learn something you can bring back to your company to improve your processes and help keep people safe. We’d like to take the opportunity to recognize some of the speakers and sessions from our recent event in Phoenix that emerged as leaders among all our considerable educational content. These sessions and speakers were chosen by delegates as the best* among an exemplary crowd.
*Only sessions with a minimum of 10% return rate on voluntary surveys were ranked.

Top Overall Sessions – Perfect Score Across the Board

Paying Attention Makes All the Difference
Jim Willis, In-Dev Specialists, Inc.

Improving your situational awareness skills depends entirely on you. You begin to improve your situational awareness the moment you decide to take a proactive step in paying attention. Situational awareness training can be a life saver. And good training can help you become more effective at your craft and will provide insights into subtle ways to increase awareness and assess situations.

What’s on the Horizon for Public Awareness
Dr. Christie Murray, ROSEN USA

Every day, more than two million miles of pipelines across the U.S. safely transport natural gas and petroleum products that fuel our daily lives. Did you know that pipeline operators are required to share information with the public and others to make sure they understand the potential hazards and how to identify and respond to help keep communities safe?

Top Educational Sessions

IRS Interest in Good Corporate Governance Practices (IRS Form 990)
Kevin Moore, Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP

This session will discuss certain “good governance” practices for non-profit boards in reviewing Form 990 as well as other ways to best abide by IRS guidelines.

Kevin Moore was also rated as a Top Speaker.

Fiber Optic Asset Protection Summit
Moderator: Christopher McDermott, AT&T Panelists: George Kemp, MetroNet Andrea Stainback, Lumen Tammy Wilfong, Verizon

Join the industry-focused summit with a panel of industry leaders discussing, “Should we be looking up as well as looking down?”

This panel was also rated as Top Speakers.

The Domino Effect
Whitney Price, Infrastructure Resources / Pipeline Ag Safety Alliance

What messages do farmers and ranchers relate to? Who do they trust? What communication mediums are most effective? Open communication between operators and ag professionals builds a foundation of trust and resource. We can learn a lot from each other. Hear about what’s worked, what we’ve learned, and what we hope to achieve.

Whitney Price was also rated as a Top Speaker.

Top Speakers Sessions

Two Confined Space Standards – Which one is for you?
Bruce Magee, United Rentals

Although OSHA’s construction industry-focused confined space regulations were released in 2015, there is still confusion to which Standard should be followed. This session will help clarify misunderstood standings between when workers should follow General Industry Standard, 1910.146, and Construction Industry Standard, 1926 Sub-Part AA. Keeping those in mind, we will then address the importance of training your workers on the proper standard and provide ways to ensure everyone is compliant and safe.

Managing the Change
Jack Jackson, SafeStart

Understanding the attitude of management and their employees is important for any change initiative. As managers, we must understand what employees’ value, and tie those values to company initiatives. It is important management staff “walks the talk” during the implementation and throughout the change. Regardless of your safety culture, good, or bad … it didn’t happen overnight. If we are going to grow, we must be willing to change. We must make an impression if we want change to last.

If these topics could help you increase your industry knowledge and advance your career, then you belong in Tampa at the 2023 Global Excavation Safety Conference, February 14-16! With content addressing issues and concerns of the different facets of the industry, there is something for everyone.

Learn more at GlobalExcavationSafetyConference.com. Register now for best pricing.

Share on facebook
Facebook
Share on twitter
Twitter
Share on linkedin
LinkedIn