ACEC/NC NCDOT Joint Transportation Conference
November 16-17
Raleigh, NC

As a platinum sponsor of this event, the LJB Engineering Southeast Transportation Team will be there en force to support the industry and collaborate with our colleagues. Stop by and see us in Booth #8 to learn more about our team and for a chance to win our coveted raffle prize. Learn more here.


23rd World Congress on Safety and Health at Work
November 27-30
Sydney, Australia

LJB’s Thom Kramer will be a part of a panel presentation. He will be talking about a paradigm shift in fall prevention and protection, global projects, and how technology can play a part in fall protection. Learn more and register here.


Miami Valley Planning & Zoning Workshop
December 01
Dayton, OH

LJB will be in attendance for this one-day workshop, presented by APA Ohio’s Miami Valley Section, focusing on planning practice and development trends for community development professionals and citizen planners in and around the Miami Valley area. Learn more and register here. 


CCAO/CEAO Winter Conference
December 06-08
Columbus, OH

Key members of our Transportation team, Dan Hoying and Dan Springer, will attend this statewide event to connect with clients and colleagues. We are excited to hear from the speakers, connect with partners across the state, and share how LJB is helping improve infrastructure for communities across Ohio. Learn more and register here. 


Occupational Health & Safety Magazine Webinar: What You Need to Know about the OSHA National Emphasis Program for Fall Protection
December 07

LJB’s Thom Kramer presents on the OSHA National Emphasis Program to Prevent Falls. This session will help participants prepare for a potential OSHA visit, evaluate gaps in your fall protection program, and provide meaningful recommendations to improve safety. Register here for this complimentary session.


Competent Person Training
February 27-29
Houston, TX

LJB Inc. offers this 3-day competent person training program for anyone who develops or impacts a fall protection policy or program, influences facility or production modifications, or purchases equipment. Participants are provided with the knowledge and skill to solve fall protection issues before they arise. The course complies with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ EM-385 requirements, including interactive instruction and at least 8 hours of hands-on practical application training. Attendees will acquire the tools required to become certified OSHA competent persons and the skills to develop and implement a comprehensive, cost-effective and attainable fall protection program. Click here to learn more about our training programs and to register for upcoming classes.