Managing Grounds in Winter Months:
Best Practices for Snow and Ice Removal
Best practices for snow and ice management are critical for your business continuity and to ensure the safety of your patrons, tenants and employees.
Unless you have licensing literature or codes to reference, it's not easy to properly identify, plan and implement those best practices.
This is where Managing Grounds in Winter Months: Best Practices for Snow and Ice Removal can really help you.
This webcast presents best practice guidelines on many important topics, including:
- Site engineering
- Determining production rates and capacity demand
- Snow response handling
- Handling harsh winter weather
Webcast Learning Objectives
* Examine safety and training considerations for those involved in the snow and ice removal process
* Highlight how estimating and capacity planning contribute to a snow management plan
* Determine efficient ways to document equipment, back-up equipment and a snow site engineering plan
* Discuss the importance of reducing risk factors
||*For those attendees who successfully complete a learning outcomes assessment, Trade Press Media Group is authorized by IACET to offer 0.1 CEUs for this program. Please review the requirements to earn CEUs.
Director of Education & Outreach
Snow and Ice Management Association (SIMA)
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Phill has enjoyed an active career in the Green and Snow Industries for over 25 years. Starting from the ground up as a laborer and operator, he has experience in both industries at local, regional and national levels including; Business Owner / Operator, Arborist, Regional V.P. and National Director & Partner for the world's largest private landscape and snow & ice management firm.
Currently Phill is Director of Education & Outreach for the Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA), and is the Founding Principle & Managing Director for WIT Companies, who provide a network of, Advisers, Services Providers, Information Technology and Sustainable Solutions for the Green, Snow and Facility Management Industries. Phill is also a Professor (Adjunct) in the Plant Sciences Department of the State University of New York (SUNY) at Cobleskill College.
Phill's education includes degrees in Horticulture, Business Management and Economics both from the State University of New York. Phill is currently studying in the master's program for Sustainability and Environmental Management at Harvard University.
Vice President of Education and Conferencing
Trade Press Media Group, Inc.