Learn from experts and talk with industry peers about common challenges, new ideas and innovative solutions, and tap the many resources assembled at ICUEE 2017 to equip your operations for what’s ahead! There are four different education programs to explore whether you are new to the industry, wanting to enhance your safety knowledge, explore fleet management or check out new innovations in the industry.
See Education Sessions
Your time is limited, so we are bringing education to the show floor. Participate in a walking classroom that utilizes the show floor instead of PowerPoint presentations to provide an overview on topics geared for those new to the industry. Maximize your time and learn from industry experts. Register or Log on to registration to add sessions for $59 each
Diversity In The Grid – Luncheon
Brought to you in partnership with
Luncheon with Gretchen Bakke, author of The Grid: The Fraying Wires Between Americans and Our Energy Future, sharing her insights on the diverse people and ideas that are coming together to build the next generation electrical infrastructure. Register or Log on to registration to add luncheon for $15
Tomorrow’s Topics Today
AEM Booth #3340
Free education sessions
As owner and producer of ICUEE, AEM invitees both attendees and exhibitors to stop by the AEM booth for an incredible lineup of speakers. View the complete list of speakers.
iP Utility Safety Conference Sessions
Starting Monday, October 2nd leading safety and operations minds from across the country gather for 3 days of education and networking. Utility safety and/or operations professionals will want to explore these sessions. Register or Log on to registration to add single sessions for $90 each
Utility Fleet Conference Sessions
Fleet managers, fleet maintenance teams, fleet operators and aspiring fleet leaders gather beginning Monday, October 2nd over 3 days to gain insight on opportunities to gain efficiencies in their fleet. Sessions are sold individually to customize learning to your interests. Register or Log on to registration to add single sessions for $85 each
The ICUEE Demo Stage - Presented by: Benjamin Media
More product innovations and best practices in action!
The ICUEE Demo Stage will be presented by Benjamin Media a leading publisher in the utility sector with magazines such as: Compact Equipment, NA Oil & Gas Pipeline, Trenchless Technology, and Water Finance & Management. This partnership will bring the very best in innovations to The ICUEE Demo Stage, expanding the show’s popular outdoor equipment demonstration component.
The ICUEE Demo Stage presented by Benjamin Media will run during show days (Tuesday through Thursday) and is designed to easily fit into your busy ICUEE schedule. No registration required simply stop by the stage located on the show floor by the entrance of South Wing B. See demonstrations by Caterpillar Inc, JCB Inc, McElroy, Milwaukee Tool, National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators, Vermeer, Yanmar and more.
Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your ICUEE experience by visiting the ICUEE Demo Stage presented by Benjamin Media!
Certified Utility Safety Professional (CUSP) Certification
If you have dedicated your career to providing safety and operations leadership in the utility industry, now is the time to enhance your professional status with the CUSP certification. Join a distinguished group of hundreds of individuals who have demonstrated their job safety knowledge. The Certified Utility Safety Professional certification program is the only program that offers safety credentials to utilities, related contractors and communication providers. A two-tier, color-designated program geared towards individual growth and increased value for employers supports the certification process. Apply Today!
NCCCO to Host Lift Safety Zone and Administer Written CCO Exams
The National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO) will once again host the Lift Safety Zone (LSZ) outside in Area N (N-2227). The LSZ promotes safer working practices for those who work with cranes and features hands-on demonstrations of the practical exams required to earn NCCCO’s internationally accredited (ANSI/ISO) and OSHA-recognized crane operator and rigger certifications. Written and recertification exam administrations for those seeking to become CCO-certified or renew their certifications in most CCO programs will also be available. Contact NCCCO at (703) 560-2391 or visit www.nccco.org/ICUEE2017 for further details.