360° Approach to Equipment Care
Richard Bevilacqua, ASM, Eastern Land Management
The best snow removal plans don’t mean a thing if your equipment isn’t ready to roll. Richard
will share his systematic approach to fleet management. The key is implementing processes, procedures and protocols for every aspect of maintenance and preparation before, during and
after the storm and the season — regardless of fleet size. It is a season-long review that has the snow season starting in May instead of November.
Are You Ready for the Storm?
Angela Cenzalli, CSP, ASM
Your field teams are your greatest asset when the snow is flying. Make sure they can be successful by keeping them safe, alert and prepared before, during and after the event. This session will cover the steps all field teams should take to be prepared for winter’s worst. Topics will include nutrition, rest, PPE, communications, site hazard analysis, understanding and executing the contracted level of service, service verification and more.
In for the Long Haul
Ken Ruddock, ULS Landscaping
When the client wants the snow gone from their site, it’s up to their snow specialist to make it happen. From knowing how to bid correctly and sell the service to putting in place hauling logistics and acquiring the correct equipment, hauling isn’t necessarily an easy service to provide. This session will walk you through the steps to building a successful program that is efficient and profitable for you and a valuable service for your clients.