"The Greatest Show in Construction, Public Works & Landscaping"
February 9 & 10, 2010 at the New Monroeville Convention Center, Monroeville, PA
The show will give you the perfect opportunity for face-to-face meetings with key decision makers in an environment designed for you to do business. The facility is brand new, exhibitor friendly and non-union, so move in and move out will go smoothly!
Conveniently located just off Business Rte 22.
Aerial lifts, air compressors, attachments, articulated trucks, backhoe loaders, banks & leasing companies, bonding & insurance, boom trucks, buildings, chippers, compaction equipment, computer hardware & software, concrete equipment, construction services, crawler loaders, crushing equipment, dozers, drills, excavators, fencing, forklifts, generators, graders & scrapers, hydraulic hammers, industry associations, laser systems, leaf collectors, lifts, light plants, manufacturers/dealers, material producers, mowers, paving equipment (asphalt & concrete), parts/supplies, plows, power companies, pressure washers, pumps, recycling equipment, rental companies, reporting services, safety equipment, screening equipment, skid steer loaders, spreaders, sweepers, storage buildings, tarping systems, tools, trailers, trenchers, trucks (tractors & dumps), truck bodies, tires, tub-grinders, undercarriage parts, vacuum trucks, wheel loaders and more!
ABC of Western PA
“OSHA” Multi-Employer Citation Policy
Tuesday, February 9th - 1:00- 2:00
John LaFayette, MS, CSP, CHST
A discussion of the roles of different employers on a job site and how OSHA views their responsibilities in deciding who is issued citations. Discussion includes the review of controlling, correcting, exposing and creating employers and how some, each or none could be cited on the same job.
ABC of Western PA
OSHA’s National Emphasis Program on Recordkeeping
Wednesday, February 10th - 1:00 – 2:00
John LaFayette, MS, CSP, CHST
Are you prepared for a recordkeeping inspection by OSHA? The course will outline the components of OSHA’s National Emphasis Recordkeeping Program and what it may mean to you. While the program is currently in its infancy, indications are that it will move towards companies with mobile workforces. Areas of focus will include the following:
• Basic OSHA recordkeeping requirements
• Documentation that will be examined during an inspection
• Programs that will be examined
• Procedures that can be put in place to prepare for a possible inspection.
PA One Call
The Tolerance Zone
How to calculate it and how to work with prudent techniques within it.
Tuesday, February 9th 11:00 – 12:00
Wednesday, February 10th 11:00 – 12:00
Steve Tatrai – SW Liaison
Introduction to Adopting Positioning Technology for Construction
Tuesday, February 9th 10:30 – 11:30
Many successful heavy construction companies have integrated positioning systems into their construction operations, both on and off the machine. Positioning technologies offer a broad range of operational benefits that will be explored in this session.
You’re not Sellin’ They’re Buyin’
Tuesday, February 9th 1:00 2:00
With the economy all over the board, how do contractors state competitive and get the edge. Straight talk about the selling nature of the construction industry and how to maximize it in a down economy. This seminar hits right at the heart of the issue by bringing a comprehensive sales approach with a bent towards contractors.
Expanding Your Business Services
Wednesday, February 10th
10:30 – 11:30
Is your company performing the same services that it was founded on? Times have changed and vast opportunities have emerged for those contractors who are willing to expand their services and become well diversified.
Wednesday February 10th
1:00 – 2:00
This session discusses how the economic downturn has affected theft trends, what GPS has done and why you may have purchased stolen equipment without knowing it. You’ll also find out why your stolen machine is probably still in the United States. You’ll learn about practical tips on getting law enforcement to work for you.
The expo is advertised and editorialized months in advance in Construction Equipment Guide, plus other industry publications, as well as mass media.
Billboards and radio advertising are used to promote the show in the local market.
Direct mail and e-mail are sent by the tens of thousands to: Owners, Presidents, VP’s, Contractor’s Associations, Equipment Superintendents of large and small construction companies, Landscapers and Highway Superintendents.
Expo posters and tickets are given to dealers, rental companies, manufacturers, government agencies, and suppliers to provide FREE VIP tickets for their customers.
Bingo cards drive traffic to your booth, door prizes throughout the day to keep attendees at the show, daily grand prize.