April 14, 2022
(Registration open all day.)
Topic: What is industrial decarbonization and how do we make it happen? Hear how other companies are quantifying and reporting their sustainability impacts.
Topic: In this program about managing four different generations in the workplace, Jeff Butler shares insights about motivations, differences, and communication styles of these four generations. You will learn how organizations across various industries are thriving with a multigenerational workforce. And how yours can too. Through this program you’ll find specific actionable strategies to manage your cross-generational challenges and turn your multigenerational workforce into a competitive advantage.
Level I Technicians can work safely in a shop environment and around de-energized electrical power equipment. They recognize and have a basic understanding of PEARL reconditioning standards. They are able to identify various types of electrical apparatus, shop equipment, warehouse equipment, test and measurement equipment, and cleaning equipment used in the electrical equipment reconditioning process under the supervision of a higher-level technician.
Proctor: Andy Conklin, Southland Electrical
Level II Technicians can work independently. They can inspect, test, and perform reconditioning procedures, following PEARL and other industry standards, on a wide range of electrical power equipment. They can accurately interpret equipment drawings, specifications, and electrical schematics, at the component level, as it relates to the PEARL reconditioning standards.
Proctor: Terry Wanamaker, Quality Switchgear