Engineering & Operations Conference

E&O Conference Sessions—Wednesday A.M.

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Agenda at a Glance

Wednesday, April 22

8:30 — 10 a.m.
BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Recommended CEUs .2 / PDHs 1.5 / CPEs 1.8

Roundtable discussions are open only to employees of public power utilities, state/regional associations, and joint action agencies.

Communications & Control Roundtable https://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Communications-%26-Control-Icon.jpg


Safety Manual Roundtable https://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Safety-Icon.jpg
Using a safety manual is a recognized leading practice, and provides the foundation for a utility-wide safety program. Review the public power Safety Manual and get ideas on how to ensure your employees know what’s in it so you can build a culture of safety. 

Supply Management Roundtable https://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Supply-Management-Icon.jpg
Swap supply management tales and challenges with your colleagues and trade takeaways from your favorite conference sessions.

Intregrated Roundtable Planning https://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Enviromental-Icon.jpg https://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Generation-%26-Fuels-Icon.jpg
Discuss environmental regulations and generation and fuels issues with your peers. 

T&D/System Planning Roundtable https://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Systems%20Planning-Icon.jpg https://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Transmission-%26-Distribution-Icon.jpg
Discuss critical T&D and system planning issues impacting your utility. 


10:30 — Noon
CLOSING GENERAL SESSION
"Find a Way:" Fighting to Live Your Dream https://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Communications-%26-Control-Icon.jpghttps://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Safety-Icon.jpghttps://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Supply-Management-Icon.jpghttps://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Enviromental-Icon.jpghttps://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Generation-%26-Fuels-Icon.jpghttps://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Systems%20Planning-Icon.jpghttps://www.publicpower.org/system/files/documents/Transmission-%26-Distribution-Icon.jpg
Recommended CEUs .2 / PDHs 1.5 / CPEs 1.8

Guided by his philosophy, ‘Find A Way,’ former running back for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Chicago Bears; cancer survivor; and ESPN analyst Merril Hoge will inspire you with his story of strength and perseverance in the face of adversity.

Hoge didn’t just dream about this goal. From a young age, he found a way and took action to overcome any obstacle and attain any goal. Concussions that prematurely ended his NFL career, cancer, chemo – nothing could stop him. 

Recharge your life with Hoge’s unique perspectives on the importance of uncommon behavior, commitment that separates the leader from the pack, and parenting that motivates children to overcome obstacles and take ownership of their lives.

Merril Hoge, Retired NFL Running Back and author of “Find a Way: Three Words That Changed My Life”