Full Schedule

8:00 - 11:30

OSHA 29 CFR 1926.62 Lead Competent Person Training

Program will focus on the duties of a Competent Person in the areas of Lead Program Compliance, Hazard Assessment, Air Sampling, Exposure Assessments, Inspections and Documentation.

  • Review of Lead Program Requirements
  • Risk Assessment Process (what type of materials/ structures have lead paint)
  • Exposure Assessments
  • Employee Medical Monitoring Requirements
  • Setting Up Work Areas
  • Signage
  • Engineering Controls
  • PPE Requirements
  • Decontamination
  • Disposal

About the Instructor

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Tech valley safety llc

Tech Valley Safety LLC has been providing health and safety training and safety consulting services to the power and water/ waste-water utility industry since 1995. Kip has conducted trenching and shoring, confined space, work-zone, aerial lift, fall protection, HAZWOPER, electrical and heavy equipment safety training. 

Consulting services consist of Third-Party program Audits, Safety Inspections, Industrial Hygiene Services and Safety Plans/ Programs review.

Location:
Aqueduct Room

9:00 - 9:45

Sean P. Morris

Stephen G. Rieben

CBYD Damage Prevention Education Program

Stephen Rieben began his career in 1978 as the very first Manager of Connecticut’s newly created “Call Before You Dig” (CBYD) program. In this program, Stephen will cover the origin of CBYD, how it works, who operates it, resources available, operations statistics, and more.

Sean Morris started working at the State of Connecticut Public Utilities Regulatory Authority in 2018 and handles enforcement of the CBYD regulations. During this session, Sean will review Connecticut state law and regulations, the responsibilities of excavators and utilities, enforcement of regulations, as well as practical use and field applications of rules.

Location: Clubhouse

11:00 - 11:45

Andy Markowski

Legislative Update

One month after the dust settles on the 2024 state legislative session, lobbyist Andy Markowski of Statehouse Partners will discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of the session and what it means for you, the construction industry, and the workforce.  Come hear the inside scoop on what’s just happened under the “Gold Dome” in Hartford and what to expect for the rest of 2024 and beyond.  We’ll share valuable insights into legislation that passed, what failed, and what may be back next year, as well as what you can do to get more involved. 

Andy Markowski has been representing small contractors, trade and industry associations, and other private entities before the Connecticut General Assembly for nearly 20 years.  Before lobbying in Connecticut, Andy worked in Public Affairs for the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority on Boston’s “Big Dig” Project.

Location: clubhouse

12:00 - 3:30

OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1153 silica Competent Person Training

Program will focus on the duties of a Competent person in the areas of maintaining Table; 1 Compliance, Inspections of Equipment, Air-sampling and Documentation.

  • Review of Silica Program Requirements
  • Construction Activities Generating Silica Dust
  • Health Risks Of Silica
  • Employee Medical Requirements
  • Project Silica Plan
  • Table: 1 Reference
  • Air Sampling
  • Engineering Controls
  • Respiratory Protection
  • Employee Training

About the Instructor

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Tech valley safety llc

Tech Valley Safety LLC has been providing health and safety training and safety consulting services to the power and water/ waste-water utility industry since 1995. Kip has conducted trenching and shoring, confined space, work-zone, aerial lift, fall protection, HAZWOPER, electrical and heavy equipment safety training. 

Consulting services consist of Third-Party program Audits, Safety Inspections, Industrial Hygiene Services and Safety Plans/ Programs review.

Location:
aqueduct room

2:00 - 2:45

UCAC Annual Meeting & Installation of Directors

UCAC Members and Friends! Please join us for our Annual Meeting and installation of new contractor and associate directors.

Location: Clubhouse

3:00 - 4:00

Closing Keynote Don Mann

RUN YOUR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIKE SEAL TEAM SIX

TV Host of: The Mission, Surviving Mann and Surviving Mann All Stars, Motivational Speaker, New York Times Best Selling Author, World–Class Adventure Competitor and retired Navy SEAL Team Six a presents a compelling and extremely motivating presentation that has inspired business leaders, military and government personnel, professional athletes and people from all walks of life.

But to become a SEAL, Mann had to overcome his own troubled childhood and push his body to its breaking point–and beyond. At the podium and in Inside SEAL Team SIX, he shares a high-octane narrative of physical and mental toughness, giving unprecedented insight to the inner workings of the training and secret missions of the world’s most respected and feared combat unit.

Location: Clubhouse

$75 registration fee include speakers, exhibits, all day food, and use of the pool!

exibitors

8:00 - 3:00

Exhibitor Tents Open

Come explore the latest in products, services and equipment for construction professionals, and check out some exciting demonstrations from our exhibitors and sponsors!

Interested in exhibiting?

Tent Exhibitors

Tent Exhibitors will each receive an 8ft skirted table and two chairs and a 10’ x 10’ space. Electricity is available for an additional charge.

Outdoor Exhibitors

Outdoor Exhibitors will have approximately 600 sq ft of lawn space to display equipment, materials or vehicles. Please keep in mind that Farmington Polo Club will not allow any digging or disturbing of the grounds.

$175 registration fee include speakers, exhibits, all day food, and use of the pool!

amenities

8:00 - 10:00

Continental Breakfast

9:00 - 10:30

Clam Chowder + Chili

12:00 - 2:00

Lunch Buffet

2:00 - 4:00

BBQ

10:00 - 3:00

$175 registration fee include speakers, exhibits, all day food, and use of the pool!