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Event

Nashville 

Spring Training 

April 11,12,13

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We have secured a room block for the Nashville event April 11-13 rooms are $149 per night. Mention Pressure Washing Motivation when calling Hotel. Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville/Goodlettsville 860 Conference Dr, Goodlettsville, TN 37072 (615) 645-1929

 

Come out and join us for an action packed training event.  

Price for this training event is $49 which includes 2 days of lunch provided. This will be a limited seat event so get your tickets now!

Event Location is

Janitorial Restoration Hub

3942 Dickerson Pike, 3492 Dickerson Pike, Nashville, TN 

April 11th  

8am Meet & Greet with Coffee & Donuts By Soap Daddy 

9am Opening Keynote Jeffery Blackman

10am Window Cleaning Doug Apt

11am Paver Sealing Lonny Shook

12pm Lunch (FREE Lunch Provided)

1pm Concrete Restoration Craig Harrison

3pm Coach D.J. Carroll

4pm  Top Ten Things New Guys Need To Know Adam Mosley  

April 12th  TBA

8am Meet & Greet with Coffee & Donuts 

9am  Customer Service Ron Papke

10am Fleet Washing Michael Hinderliter

11am How To Use Linkedln Marco Ramonda

12pm Lunch (FREE Lunch Provided)

1-3 Hands On Concrete Restoration Craig Harrison 

3-5 Hands On Demos Fleet Washing, Soft Washing, Window Cleaning

5pm Obstacle Course Winner will Receive $500 CASH!!!

 

April 13th Separate Paid Parking Garage Class by John Tornabene

Class Agenda

Brief Introduction

Why Clean Parking Garages?

Different Types Of Garages

Steps On How To Clean A Parking Garage

Step 1: Sizing Up A Garage

Step 2: Being Able To Fit Into A Garage

Step 3: Have The Ability To Bring Water

Step 4: Using Scrubbing Machines / Pricing

Step 5: Dealing With Drainage / Understanding How Drains Work

Step 6: Keeping Sludge Out Of Drains / Disposal Of Sludge

Step 7: When To Reclaim Or Just Transfer Water

Step 8: Keeping Water Away From Elevators

Step 9: Power Washing Parking Garage Floors & Dealing W/Oil Stains

Step 10: Full Gum Removal

Step 11: Dealing With Alarms & Exhaust Fumes

Step 12: Realistic Pricing Based On 100k + Sq Ft Garages

Miscellaneous / Recap On Cleaning

How To Get Garage Estimates & How To Win Contracts

EPA Concerns & Local EPA Enforcement

Q & A Session

Window Cleaning/Pressure Washing - OSHA 1910 Safety Classes

This class is designed with all everything in mind with the exception of High Rise and Aerial Lift Training. It will cover ladder safety centering around extension, stack, step and telescoping ladders with emphasis on proper set up, inspection, and use based on OSHA 1910.23. The class also covers Chemical Safety, Water Fed Pole Safety, Electrical Hazards, Noise Control, Personal Protective Equipment and First Aid. Specific emphasis is given to residential and commercial fall protection systems while accessing roofs utilizing OSHA 1910.30 as guideline for training requirements. This class will also teach those attending how to prepare a Job Hazard Analysis as well as how to sell Safety in their perspective marketplace. This class is both hands on and classroom.