AUSJET 21 Conference & Expo - Educational subjects: Members feedback requiredThu, 11 Jun 2020
AUSJET/ADCVA’s core service is to build the capability and capacity of your business and to keep you up-to-date with the latest procedures within the Water Jetting, Drain Cleaning, Vacuum Loading and Hydro Excavation industry.
AUSJET21, our dedicated water jet, drain and vacuuming technology exhibition and conference, is designed to assist industry by finding presenters who can help you meet your professional goals and better understand what is happening in our industry however, it needs to be effective so that the important matters are covered and will result to increase your business success.
As part of AUSJET21’s educational component of the conference, AUSJET/ADCVA are inviting industry to tell us the subjects that are important to them prior to calling for papers and presenters.
AUSJET/ADCVA are suggesting several subject matters to be delivered at AUSJET21 however, we want to know what is important to you and your business. Let the association know your thoughts on these or suggest other area’s you would like included in the call for papers.
Subjects to consider:
- How to maintain relationships in challenging times
- How to stand out / secure growth in challenging times
- New technology in the industry
- The use of data technology in industrial cleaning equipment
- The advantages of HPWJ over grit blasting
- The advantages of using HPWJ for hydro demolition
- Injection Injuries – how they should be treated and safety considerations for low pressure cleaning
- Flow & pressure combinations - how to pick the correct tool for the job
- What is the future of industrial cleaning
- How do we get Asset Owners and Tier 1 Contractors more involved in the industry
- Procurement how to become a Tier 1 contractor
- Application and mechanics of drain cleaning nozzles
- Differences between Class A and B pumps, identification of pump types, training requirements etc
- How to ensure you are compliant with AS/NZS 4233 in your operations
- Vacuum safety through robotics
- Hydro excavation techniques
- Identifying and protecting underground assets
- Sanitising agents and their safe use and application
- Vacuum systems latest technology
- Reduce manual handling risks
Please send any feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org by the close of business Tuesday, June 16.