GOEPS Agenda (subject to change)
Conveyor Maintenance Does Not Have to Be A Drag: Craig Jones, BCI
The grain and feed industries are responsible for moving large amounts of bulk commodities and products from one point to another. If your equipment is not properly maintained, breakdowns and delays will occur. This session will focus on the unique maintenance needs of drag conveyors. Learn how to assess issues and perform preventative maintenance before a work stoppage happens.
Tips for Proper Grain Dryer Maintenance: Randy Sheley, GSI
At the heart of grain quality is grain moisture. A grain dryer which is not functioning properly, can lead to deterioration of the commodity being handled and stored. This session will provide tips and plans on how to keep the grain dryer operating at maximum performance.,
OSHA Update – The Focus of A New Administration: Brian Bothast, OSHA
Each year, OSHA cites grain and feed companies for violations of their standards. In some instances, workers are not aware of the requirements. This session will cover compliance issues relevant to OSHA’s top areas of focus. Attendees will be better able to implement appropriate actions to enhance safety at their facilities.
Swinging from a Rope: Fall protection: Bob Turner, 3M DBI
When working around facilities, we are often a significant distance off the ground. Falling from these heights can have devastating consequences; however, with proper fall protection in place, these life-altering incidents can be prevented. Learn the requirements and steps necessary to implement proper fall protection including the new ladder climbing devices. This session will include practical demonstrations showing how various fall protection equipment functions.
One Day Format!
June 15, 2021
$55 GFAI Members
$70 Non Members