PACNY Conference returns to NY on Feb. 28 – March 2

February 24, 2018 hiadmin

VERONA NY – The Professional Abatement Contractors of New York (PACNY) will once again hold their annual conference at Turning Stone Resort on February 28 – March 2, 2018.  This event typically draws near 500 attendees from the northeast each year, with environmental-related topics on asbestos, mold, silica, lead and more.

Wednesday, February 28, 2018 – Annual Proficiency Session
12:30 PM-4:00 PM
 James Meacham, Program Manager NYSDOL
“Solving the Mystery of ACB”
Kevin Hutton – Cornerstone Training Inst.
” Complexities of NYS, DOL, OSHA and EPA” 

Thursday, March 1, 2018-Technical Sessions
9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Keynote Speaker      
****   Linda Reinstein  ****
President and Co-Founder of the
Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization and
the Global Ban Asbestos Network
Michael Misenhimer – NESCA
“The Fight to Get Paid – Practical Strategies for Subcontractors”

Richard Clarkson of the NYS DEC
“Part 360 Revisions and Solid Waste Regulations”

Tom Stebbins of LRANY
“Asbestos Litigation”

Adam Schrader of Ecospect
“Interior drainage and Radon mitigation”

Adam Andrews of ACAC
“The advantages of Certification for
Indoor Air Quality”

Bob Krell – IAQ Technologies &  Healthy Indoors Magazine
Come and Hear Our Media Partner for this event!
“Avoiding Potential Pitfalls of Mold Investigations
and Remediation Projects”

Friday, March 2, 2018-Technical Sessions
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Peter DeLucia – AAC
“Managing the Many Facets of the Silica in Construction Standard”
Eileen Franco – Director, NYSDOL 
Jim Meacham – Program Manager NYSDOL
Ed Smith – PE Engineering Services Unit NYSDOL 
Kirk Fisher – Licensing and Certification Unit NYSDOL
“Status of the DOL and Your Opportunity to ask
the Regulators Questions”

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