Apollux attended the Texas Sign Association (TSA) Tradeshow at the end of June in Galveston. This year there was a record 453 people registered! We met many new faces who were all as equally excited to hear about the Apollux Advantage. Thank you to everyone who stopped by to learn more about the Apollux Advantage. We appreciate you taking the time to learn what our sign blanks can do for you. If you missed the show we are sharing a few of our favorite moments.
Apollux is a proud member of the TSA and we look forward to more tradeshows down the road. At this conference, the TSA Board shared a sizable amount of new information regarding our industry. The most anticipated being the new Crane Certification Deadline, set for November 10, 2018, established by OSHA. Employers in the construction industry must comply with the requirement for the crane operator certification by the aforementioned date in an effort to create a safer and healthier environment for all employees. For more information and details head to their website https://www.osha.gov/news/newsreleases/trade/11092017.
In other news, the TSA has been working with the City of Houston and Scenic Houston to stop the proposed Airport Corridor Code, that was presented without industry input in November 2017. Scenic Houston is currently assessing the current conditions of Houston’s airport corridors and outlining a plan to dramatically improve their appearance and condition. The TSA is working with lobbyist and meeting with elected officials on a regular basis to help come to a consensus for the good of all. TSA recommends contacting them directly if you hear of any new sign issues that should be addressed in your area. TSA is actively working with government officials regarding new regulations that impact our industry.
Thank you again to those who stopped by to shake our hands! If you missed us, feel free to give us a call and find out why you need the Apollux Advantage. Make sure to stay plugged into Apollux news to stay updated on industry topics. Until next year!