b'7:30 AM8:50 AM (Room 204 A-B)Gary W. Auman, Auman Mahan & Furry: What is the General Duty Clause and How May It Be Used by OSHA and What is a Competent versus a Qualified Person and the Importance of Having a Thorough Safety Program. (1.5 CEU) Here we will discuss the OSHA General Duty Clause and how it may be and is used in our industry. I will also discuss the application of the General Duty Clause under the Multi-Employer Worksite Doctrine and how that doctrine may affect you. Finally, if time permits, we will discuss the difference between a competent and qualified person. We will also discuss the importance of a company specific safety program and effective training. 9:00 AM10:20 AM (Room 203 B) Charlie Smith, McElroy Metal: "12 Ways to Recover an Existing Sloped Roof With Metal (1.5 CEU) Course will explore how to use a structural standing seam roof system in recover applications on an existing building with a sloped roof. The course will cover 9 ways to do a metal over metal recover, how to put metal over sloped single ply or modified Bitumen roof as well as metal over shingle applications. We will cover the advantages and pit falls in each application, when it is best to just do a tear off and the sustainable attributes of leaving the existing roof in place.9:00 AM10:20 AM (Room 204 A-B) Ken Kooistra, Georgetown Innovations LLC: "Get A Grip On Your Business" (1.5 CEU) Many of the most successful entrepreneurs and business leaders work longer hours and get less return on their investments of time and money. Maybe you grapple with some of these challenges: Lack of control over time, markets, or your company. People who dont listen, understand, or follow through. Profit thats inconsistent and/or theres not enough. Growth is happening, but you cant break through to the next level. Quick fixes that come and go, bringing little change with continued frustrations.9:30 AM10:20 AM (Room 201 A) PANEL: "Overcoming Supply Chain Issues" (1 CEU) 9:30 AM10:20 AM (Room 203 A) Bill Elliott, Bill Elliott Coaching: "Work Force Development and the Employee Lifecycle" (1 CEU) In this job seekers market there are no rules. The construction trades will not be overlooked anymore for career opportunities. The premiere training provided along with the market growth continue to be what we can provide for next generation employees. Take time to understand what motivates job seekers and current colleagues in todays workforce trends. By the end of this presentation, you will be able to get started on your organizations work force development plan and have an even stronger understanding of the employee lifecycle. 10:30 AM11:15 AM Keynote Speaker Jeff Frye (former MLB player) (Room 202 A-D)11:30 AM1:00 PM RCAT Business/Membership Meeting & Awards Luncheon (FWCC Ballroom C) 11:30 AM1:00 PM MRCA Annual Business Meeting & Awards Luncheon (FWCC, Ballroom A)1:00 PM5:00 PM Expo OpenFeaturing 150+ Exhibits!(FWCC Exhibit Hall A) -Door Prize Drawings Start at 2:00 PM! You MUST be present to win! -Expo Happy Hour Food & Beverage Service Starts at 3:00 PM! -$5,000 RCAT Raffle Winner Drawn at 4:45 PM!Thursday, September 29, 2022 8:00 AM12:00 PM (Room 201 C) RCAT Licensing Exam Administration PRE-QUALIFICATION & REGISTRATION Additionally, your speaker will provide accessible tips and tricks to help all types and sizes of roofing contractor to lower ARE REQUIRED. NO WALK-INS! their total cost of risk and insurance.You must be FULLY REGISTERED for the conference to gain entrance to the following seminars. 11:00 AM12:30 PM (Room 204 A-B) Kevin Kennedy & Joseph Bazzano, Beacon Exit Planning: "Overcoming 4 Hurdles 5-10 Years Before Your Exit" (1.5 CEU) It is critical for owners to have an exit strategy five to ten years before Space in each room will be available on a first come, first serve basis. the exit to achieve the highest value, protect the company/owner and to be sale ready. The Amazon #1 Best Selling Co-8:00 AM2:00 PMSeminars / Educational Programs for Residential & Commercial Roofing Authors will share lessons learned with the four major hurdles in a contractor exit/succession. Case studies will demonstrate millions saved using proven little known affluent strategies for owners and CFOs. The four hurdles: 1. Contractors(FW Convention Center, Level 2 rooms indicated below) Overpaying Exit Taxes that can exceed 50%. 2. Tools to Reduce Litigation Exposure 3. The Correct Valuations Formula 4. The Three Pillars of SuccessionROOFING CONFERENCE 2022 SCHEDULE OF SEMINARSPage 2 of 5 1:00 PM1:50 PM (Room 201 A-B) Tracey Donels, Service First Solutions: "Thriving During Harsh Economic Times by Focusing on Repair and Maintenance" (1 CEU) With todays material and labor shortages exacerbating the economic situation in the United States, the contractors that have dedicated service departments are more often the companies sustaining, succeeding, and thriving. Companies with dedicated service departments better serve their client because those clients roofs have been properly maintained, they are able to keep clients dry until materials for their project arrives, and they have their clients trust. Trust is key because their clients believe them when they are informed that they do not need a new roof, or that material prices are escalating, and shortages abound. Dedication is the first key, and details are the second key. You need dedicated employees that prioritize service and specialize in the minute details of roofing and customer service. Learn how dedication and details can quickly turn your service department into the driving force behind your companys drive for success.1:00 PM1:50 PM (Room 202 A) Nathan Tebedo, ContractorCoachPRO: "Why Listening to the Wrong People is Hurting Your Business" (1 CEU) A guide for navigating all the podcast, conferences, keynote speakers, gurus, coaches, consultants, and content that continually claim to hold the "secret keys" to your success and know what to pay attention to based on the stage your business is in.1:00 PM1:50 PM (Room 202 B) Patrick Tefft, Dvorak Law Group, LLC & Mervyn Salas, Roofers Choice Insurance: "A Team Approach to Risk Management" (1 CEU) The construction industry is in a complex and rapidly-changing regulatory environment. This course will cover steps for contractors to take in order to ensure that they are properly protecting their businesses, including both legal and insurance matters. On the legal side, the course will include important considerations for drafting contracts compliant with Texas law, important differences between residential and commercial contracting and expanding operations into other states. The insurance portion will cover properly structuring insurance policies to protect the work that contractors are performing and avoiding endorsements which can exclude coverage in the event of a claim. 1:00 PM1:50 PM (Room 202 C-D) Karen Ensley, Ensley Benitez Law, PC, "The Do\'s and Don\'ts of UPPA" (1 CEU) 34 www.mrca.orgMidwest RooferROOFING CONFERENCE 2022 SCHEDULE OF SEMINARSPage 5 of 5'