WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2017
Insurance By Ken Brown, Inc. (IBKB) looks forward to attending FSPA's 2017 Everything Under the Sun Expo on February 17 and 18. Please stop by booth #238 and see us.
FSPA's Everything Under the Sun Expo is the premier event of the swimming pool industry in the southeast. This show is exclusively for professionals in the swimming pool and spa industry. Dozens of Continuing Education courses are offered and the Hands-On classes are a great opportunity to get information directly from the manufacturers about their products. New technology and products are available everyday.
IBKB is again instructing continuing education courses this year at the Expo:
On Thursday, February 16th, Kerry Tait (email@example.com) will be the speaker for the session entitled, Workers' Compensation Update, beginning at 10 AM. Description: Are you in compliance with state statute governing workers’ compensation law in the state of Florida? Tips for risk management, claims management and cost reduction will all be discussed in this course.
On Friday, February 17, David Griffiths (firstname.lastname@example.org) will be the speaker for the session entitled, Reducing the Cost of Workers' Compensation, beginning at 9 AM. Description: Workers’ compensation insurance: the unavoidable cost of doing business. There are methods to paying less; take advantage of them and reduce costs.
On Friday, February 17, David Griffiths (email@example.com) and Ken Brown (firstname.lastname@example.org), will be the speakers for the session entitled, Signing of Contracts. What Liability am I Assuming and Will My Current Insurance Provide Coverage?, beginning at 2 PM. Description: Do you know what liability you are assuming when signing your contracts?--a frank discussion on contracts that general contractors and sub- contractors are required to sign.
We look forward to seeing everyone in Orlando!
Posted 12:46 PM
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