To help you make the most of the education sessions presented at NECA 2014 Chicago we are providing PDFs of the materials presented during the sessions. These materials are for the reference of NECA 2014 Chicago attendees only and remain the property of their respective authors.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
- Just Because You Are Right, Doesn't Mean You Will Win: Roy S. Cohen, Cohen Seglias Pallas Greenhall & Furman PC
- Make Your Contract Work for You: Gerald Katz, Gerald Katz, P.C.
- Understanding New OFCCP Hiring Regulations: Alexa Santora, Fox Rothschild LLP
- Bringing As-Built Conditions Back Into Your Model: David Burczyk, Trimble-MEP Division
- Changes to OSHA 1910.269 and 1926 Subpart V: David Wallis
- Customer Side Smart Grid Installations: Preparing for the Future: Thomas Korman and Lonny Simonian, Cal Poly State University, San Luis Obispo
- Develop a Successful Strategy to Mitigate and Manage Risk on a Project: Mark Federle, Marquette University
- Get More Work: Business Development Strategies: Dan Tomal, Illinois Institute of Technology
Monday, September 29, 2014
- Distracted Driving: It Happens in the Blink of an Eye: Laramie Sandquist, Federated Insurance
- LEDs and Lighting Controls: The Second Tsunami: John W. Curran, LED Transformations, LLC
- Manage Risk for Increased Profitability: Ted Garrison, New Construction Strategies
- The Value of Leadership: Richard Flint, Richard Flint International Seminars
- NECA's ECAP Performance Contracting Toolkit: Bob Lally, E-CAP, LLC, Marshall Haimson, E-Capital Development, Inc., Jennifer Mefford, Southeastern Michigan Labor Management Cooperation Committee, and Ken MacDougall, Penn-Del-Jersey Chapter, NECA
- What to Expect From OSHA in 2014 and Beyond: Mark A. Lies II, Seyfarth Shaw LLP
- Building a Better Workforce: Nic Bittle, Work Force Pro
- Training the Future: The Electrical Training ALLIANCE's Blended Learning Program: Jim Boyd, Marty Riesberg, and Bill Ball, Electrical Training ALLIANCE
Tuesday, September 30, 2014
- Higher Productivity with Prefabrication: Heather Moore, MCA, Inc.
- Improved Wealth Building, Exit Strategy, and Legacy Planning: Mike Krach, ACKK, Inc
- Resources to Navigate the 2014 National Electrical Code: Michael J. Johnston, National Electrical Contractors Association and Joseph V. Sheehan, Electrical Training ALLIANCE
- NECA Government Affairs 2014 Update: Marco Giamberardino, Kristen Gowin, and Jessica Cardenas, National Electrical Contractors Association