Best Practices for Managing Snow and Ice
Recorded on September 18, 2013 (60 minutes)

Best Practices for Managing Snow and Ice

It's hard to think about ice and snow when it's hot outside, but believe it or not, this is the best time to develop and/or evaluate a plan to deal with the white stuff. Managing snow is challenging, and finding the right plan for your operation and climate can be even more difficult. Learn all about snow and ice management best practices from the industry leaders--the Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA)--during this webinar.

Participants will be able to evaluate their snow and ice management plans, including these criteria:
• Environmental health, safety, and risk management
• Estimating, planning, and cost effectiveness
• Execution and responsiveness
• Quality of service
• Communication, documentation, and verification
• Certification and standards of excellence
• Expertise and professionalism

Instructor:
Phill Sexton, Director of Education & Outreach
Snow & Ice Management Association, Inc.

Phill Sexton has worked in the green and snow industries for more than 20 years.  Starting as a laborer and operator, he has experience at local, regional, and national levels including as a business owner/operator, landscape supervisor, arborist, branch and regional manager, and national director. He is currently director of education and outreach for  the Snow & Ice Management Association (SIMA) and is founder and managing director for WIT Companies, a cooperative of advisors and services providers for the green and snow industries.

 


Select a Webinar Format:
On Demand Archive  $35.00 for IPI Members, $50.00 for Non-Members or IPI Allied State and Regional Association Members