2019 Specialized Transportation Symposium

Who from Your Company Should Attend and Why

Why

  • Experience sessions that focus on safety, regulatory and consensus standards, training, equipment maintenance, as well as current issues affecting the industry.
  • Numerous networking opportunities
  • Packed Exhibit Center with 60 booths

Who

  • Managers
  • Safety Directors
  • Logistics Personnel
  • Crane Operators
  • Supervisors
  • Owners

Convince Your Boss

Are you interested in attending one of SC&RA’s meetings, but you haven’t been able to convince your boss why you should go? Try one of the approaches below:

  •  Budgets may be tight this year, but this is an opportunity that pays for itself instantly. Information or a single tip from any of the SC&RA speakers could pay for the cost of the whole meeting. You’ll be learning secrets from industry experts and thought leaders.
  • You’ll be more proficient in industry’s best practices, as well as on the latest tactics and technologies in today’s ever‐evolving industry to prepare your company for the future.
  • At the meeting you’ll have a lot of time to network with potential clients, partners and SC&RA members during receptions and breaks that can help grow your business.
  • Suggest bringing back 6-10 key takeaways from the meeting; offer to host a brown‐bag working lunch and present all the new techniques, strategies, and ideas to your team. By combining your own notes and ideas with the session handouts provided by SC&RA speakers, it will give you plenty of inspiration and information to share.”

Are you still having trouble justifying it to your boss? According to a study by the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD), “companies who invest more heavily in workplace training are more successful and profitable". Of the 86% of employees trained annually, ASTD found that training leads to 57% higher sales and 37% higher gross profit per employee. Bottom line? It pays to train!

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