SF 2015 - Albuquerque, NM

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WEDNESDAY JANUARY 28, 2015

GENERAL SESSION:
KEYNOTE: Science, or Pseudo-Science, in Chemical Risk-Based Decisions, Dr. George R. Thompson, Ph.D.
 
BREAKOUT SESSION 1:
1A:  SPF and Solar: Where and How SPF Roofing Can Work with Solar - James Kirby
1B:  SPF Roofing: How to Get it Right - Brad Houlden
1C:  Cavity-fill Installation Methods for Field-Applied Polyurethane Foam: Diversify Your Company’s Service Offerings -  Brett Dillon
1D: Intumescent Coatings: Review of New Rules and Uses - Ken Allison
1E: Marketing Strategies: How Do We Market Share? - Alan Annis
1F: SPFA’s New Model Written Safety Program - Tyler Fiske
1G: Temperature and Pressures: The Impact on Quality and Yield; How This is Important in Every Aspect of Your Business - Justin Strombeck
1H: Large Scale Commercial Projects: Unique Challenges and Planning to Make Your Project a Success - Bryan Heldreth
 
BREAKOUT SESSION 2:
2A: SPF Roofing on Steep Slopes: Safety Concerns, Installation Techniques - Lift Suggestions and More, Larry Ash
2B: Roof Coatings and Granules; Various Coatings, Compatibility, Limitations,Advantages - Matt Lendzinski
2C: Closed Cell Spray Foam: A Cost-Effective Solution for Home Insulation - Grant Geise
2D: Understanding the Relationship Between Relative Humidity, Air Temperature, Dew Point Temperature, and Air Movement Through a House - Nikki Krueger
2E: Advanced Best Practices for Avoiding Problems in Foam Plastic Installations: Advanced Processing Quality Assurance Procedures -  Rick Duncan
2F: How SPF Manufacturers are Supporting Your Business, Heather Palfrey and Justin Koscher
2G: Spray Foam Equipment Update - Panel Discussion, Scott Henderson, John Courier, Bill Hrynkiewicz, Tryg Waterhouse
2H: In-House Quality Control Program; What are Contractors on the Local Level Doing for Their Own Companies?, Mac Sheldon
2I: SPFA PCP Certification Program Overview, Bonnie Strickler, Kelly Marcavage
 
AWARDS LUNCHEON
EXHIBIT HALL
OPENING RECEPTION
THURSDAY JANUARY 29, 2015
GENERAL SESSION:
A Global Overview of the SPF Industry, Hanne Hirsimaki
 
BREAKOUT SESSION 3:
3A: Overcoming Objections in Promoting SPF Roofing - Robb Smith
3B: “Tricks and Tips of the Trade” for Roofing Detail Work - Bonnie Strickler
3C: Dealing with Overspray: How To Avoid, and What To Do if it Happens - Mason Knowles
3D: The Prevention & Remediation of Ice Dams on Attics and Cathedral Slopes: The Procedures for Locating, Prioritizing, and Remediating the Causes of Ice Dams in Buildings - Jason Hoerter
3E: OSHA and Spray Foam: Site Protection for Foamed Plastic Installations: Address Site and Occupant Protection, Air Quality Management, Re-occupancy Timing, and Combustion Appliance Safety - Tom Cline
3F: Spray Foam Federal Agency Update: EPA & OSHA - Carol Hetfield, Katherine Sleasman, Sven Rundman
3G: Government Affairs - Craig Brightup
 
BREAKOUT SESSION 4:
4A: Roofing Foam Lifts: Thin Foam Lifts and Thick Foam Lifts; The Problems and Fixes to be Aware Of - Bruce Schenke
4B: Preparation of Substrates Prior to Application of Foam; the Proper Use of Primers - Roger Morrison
4C: Existing Structures: How to Address a Retrofit SPF Job Properly in Commercial and Residential Environments - Jim Anderson
4D: Open Cell Insulation: Intro to Benefits, Installation and Techniques - Josh Collins
4E: California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) - Karl Palmer
4F: What to do When the Application Turns South; Handling Customer Complaints and Concerns - Mason Knowles
4G: Insurance for SPF Businesses - Craig and Kirk Campbell
4H: Update on Code and Regulatory Actions Affecting the SPF Community - Mike Fischer
4I: Wall Assemblies: Where Are We in the Big Picture - Mac Sheldon
 
CONTRACTOR ONLY MEETING
EXHIBIT HALL
CLOSING RECEPTION