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Specialty Graphic Imaging Association
Workshops

Webinar Series

Webinar Series

SGIA Webinars present essential information about today's hottest industry topics — from imaging technologies and business management issues to new laws and mandates affecting the community. 

The upcoming Webinars offer something to each industry sector, including: Wide-format digital imaging, screen graphics, finishing techniques, graphics installations and business management. 

All Webinars are free, 60 minutes in length and broadcast online beginning at 2:00 pm EST. Please see below for a complete Webinar schedule and session descriptions. 

If you missed an SGIA Webinar, and would like to view an archived version, visit our Webinar Archive. Most programs are loaded to the archive within a couple of hours.

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Date: Apr 24
Presenter(s): Bob Leahey
The adoption of digital printing technology in printed packaging is creating new models for print services, offering new opportunities, increased value-add options, and enhanced ways to meet and exceed customer needs.

Date: May 1
Presenter(s): Bob Leahey
The adoption of digital printing technology in printed packaging is creating new models for print services, offering new opportunities, increased value-add options, and enhanced ways to meet and exceed customer needs.

Date: May 3
In 2016, the EPA finalized a rule that updated the hazardous waste generator regulations to make the rules easier to understand, facilitate better compliance, provide greater flexibility in how hazardous waste is managed and close important gaps in the regulations.

Date: May 8
Presenter(s): Olga Dorokhina, Dan Marx
SGIA's just-released Wage, Salary & Sales Compensation Report contains a wealth of industry-specific data on compensation levels for more than thirty unique job types. Further, the report addresses employee benefits, sales commissions and bonuses.

Date: May 15
Presenter(s): Scott Crosby
Join wide-format printing veteran Scott Crosby for an interview highlighting his experiences in – and impressions about – the wide-format sector; an overview of his company’s processes, markets and products; and the ongoing changes that make his company successful.

Date: May 17
Presenter(s): Ryan Sauers
Every person at every company has just 168 hours in a week. Thus, the choice is what they do with that time. In business, it is not that a person did not have time to do something, but instead did not MAKE time for bottom line activities.

Date: May 24
Part one of SGIA and PIA's three-part walking working surfaces webinar series.
Any job that requires working from heights involves a certain amount of risk, but with the right safety precautions in place, you can reduce the possibility of serious injuries occurring.

Date: Jun 12
Presenter(s): Brian Hite
Join wide-format printing executive Brian Hite for an interview highlighting his experiences in – and impressions about – the wide-format sector; an overview of his company’s processes, markets and products; and a view into what differentiates his company in a crowded, competitive marketplace.

Date: Jun 14
Part two of SGIA and PIA's three-part walking working surfaces webinar series.
Presenter(s): Gary Jones, Marci Kinter
Many operations use ladders to complete daily tasks – including accessing elevated areas for repairs, installing products, or retrieving stock. Using a ladder may seem simple, but when used without proper training, it can actually be dangerous and lead to workplace injuries.

Date: Jun 21
Part three of SGIA and PIA's three-part walking working surfaces webinar series.
OSHA recently issued a final rule on walking-working surfaces that included new sections regarding the use of personal fall protection systems.

Date: Jul 10
Presenter(s): Dean DeMarco
Join printing production master Dean Demarco for an interview highlighting his experiences in – and impressions about – the display graphics sector; an overview of his company’s processes, markets and products; and a view into what makes his company successful.