Seminars

SEMINAR #1 GSG U Vehicle Wrap hands on seminar

Speaker: Jeff Wagner – J3 Industries

Time: 9:00 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M.

Date: 08/11/2017

Industry leading installer and trainer Jeff Wagner will perform a hands on wrap class going over best practices for vehicle
wrap preparation and installation. Instruction points include; Cleaning and vehicle preparation, Basis parts removal, Panel
alignment, Color change layout, Door
handles and compound curves, Trimming basics and Finishing techniques.
Class attendees will receive a custom wrap kit provided by GSG U as the seminar sponsor. Space is limited to (10) attendees.
Due to limited space we can allow a max. of (2) attendees per any one company. ($99 Registration Fee & Lunch will be provided)

SEMINAR #2 Altec Industries Fall Protection and Ladder Safety Training, and OSHA inspection items for Sign Installers

Speaker: Steve Bell, Employers Health and Safety, LLC.

Time: 9:00 A.M. TO 2:00 P.M.

Date: 08/11/2017

This hands on interactive seminar will refresh as well as prepare anyone in the field that is working with, or around aerial lifts,
ladders, and fall protection. You will be certified in the OSHA regulations, and safe practices for aerial lifts, fall protection and
ladder use. Certification is valid for three years. This class will cover types of aerial lifts, ladders and fall protection, pre-inspection
of equipment and proper securement of all fall protection and ladders when on the job site and or in the shop environment.
Steve will also cover OSHA inspections, what is HOT for Sign companies and typical fines and citations that we all could avoid
with proper training. ($55 Registration Fee & Lunch will be provided)

SEMINAR #3 How Secure is Your IT Network?

Speaker: Jason Rincker - Stronghold Data

Time: 9:00 A.M. TO 9:50 P.M.

Date: 08/12/2017

By popular request, we are bringing Jason back this year to scare us all even more! Make sure someone from your company
attends this seminar. What are the potential threats to your network environment? It is important to know how to check for
those threats and what the cost consequences are. We will discuss how network breach attempts are unrelenting and why
data security is an ongoing process of learning, adapting, and remaining vigilant about protection. Our presentation will
touch on fundamental data security practices and business continuity. The primary focus will be on discovery of the location
of data which contains Personal Identifiable Information (PII).

SEMINAR #4 OSHA is making changes, are you in the know?

Speaker: Todd Sieleman – Todd Safety Consultation

Time: 9:00 A.M. TO 9:50 P.M.

Date: 08/12/2017

Todd Sieleman retired in 2016 from OSHA as the Assistant Director of the Kansas City Area Office and has a vast wealth
of knowledge to offer businesses in the private sector. We all need to be aware of what OSHA is updating in 2017. A new
administration has brought a change in policies within OSHA and a review of proposed rule making. Additionally, new
leadership is at the helm of the Regional and Kansas City Area OSHA offices and changes have also occurred at this level.
This session will provide insight as to what is occurring and what employers can expect going forth.

SEMINAR #5 Sign Regulations and Regulators…Let's Talk

Speaker: Cindy Proett – Municipal and Community Coordinator – Luminous Neon Inc.

Time: 10:00 A.M. TO 10:50 P.M.

Date: 08/12/2017

This will be an open discussion to share ideas about Sign Regulations and Regulators. Most of us “sign people” have
been reading through codes for a long time. We still end up missing key elements that, when they want to, municipalities
interpret totally different than we do. What are some of those trigger words to watch for when reviewing a sign code?
Topics of discussion will include; What makes a “good” code? How to make recommendations to cities that will make
allowances for creativity. Changes in communities since Reed v. Gilbert Supreme Court case. What does it take to build
relationships with cities to benefit all stakeholders?

SEMINAR #6 Crane Certification mandate for the Sign Industry

Speaker: Kenny Peskin, ISA - Darrel Wilkerson, Jr., Wilkie Mfg.

Time: 10:00 A.M. TO 10:50 P.M.

Date: 08/12/2017

One of the most sweeping regulations to impact the sign industry is rapidly approaching, the OSHA mandate that all crane
operators must be certified by November 10, 2017.
The OSHA requirements are mandatory and the violations could result in significant fines and grounding of your equipment.
With only three months remaining before the deadline, learn about the paths to compliance and the timeline for completing
certification. Key points will include: Who and what types of equipment will be impacted, Effective dates, How to get certified,
Explaining the exemption for equipment “de-rated” under 2000 lbs., and Potential fines for non-compliance.