Atlanta, GA is the place and the Sheraton Atlanta is the venue for the SC & RA 2006 Crane & Rigging Workshop September 21-23. T ere will be presentations and seminars by leading industry professionals.
Presentation topics include: Elevating Safety: Joining Forces to Create a Drug-Free Construction Industry, by Elena Carr, drug policy coordinator, US Department of Labor; Safety First – First in Safety, by James Stanley, president, FDR safety; Project Management for the Foreman/Supervisor, by Frank Migliaccio, director of safety and health, International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Ironworkers; Measuring Safety Performance, by Terry Young, president, Construction Safety Experts; Strand Jacks: History, Operation and Uses, by Martin Haynes, sales and marketing director, Fagioli PSC; Limited Responsibilities of the Project Manager, by Peter Fitton, PE, executive vice president, ProcessGroup, Inc; and Workers' Compensation: Maximize Your Renewal Negotiating Position, by Kevin Cunningham, president, NBIS Construction & Transport Underwriters, Inc., and Bill Smith, vice president safety-risk mitigation, NBIS Construction & Transport Underwriters, Inc.
There will also be an exhibit center with products, services and information about 59 companies. For more information visit www.scranet.org