Co-presented With the Association of Equipment Management Professionals.Join a team of equipment management leaders from ABC and AEMP for a discussion about how to improve safety and profitability with telehandlers and jobsite equipment. The conversation will include a wide range of topics including cameras, sensing systems, load stability indicators, attachment recognition systems, and the importance of making sure the right people can operate specific equipment on the jobsite.


Randy Bosman, equipment manager, Granite Construction

Randy Bosman, CEM, is the equipment manager for Granite Construction Company’s Pacific Northwest region and is responsible for more than 1,000 pieces of mobile equipment. He has more than 40 years in the construction industry and 20 years of equipment management experience. Randy is a past AEMP board member and chaired the association’s technology committee. Granite Construction is a diversified construction and construction materials company as well as a full-suite provider in the transportation, water infrastructure and mineral exploration markets.

Rogerio dos Santos, vice president, engineering, JLG Industries

Rogerio dos Santos is vice president of engineering for JLG Industries, an OshKosh Corporation company, and is responsible for the design of all telescopic material handlers for JLG around the globe, including products designed and manufactured under the brands JLG, Skytrak and Caterpillar. Rogerio has over 25 years of experience in new product development and, more specifically, in the design and testing of telescopic handlers and construction equipment, including more than 17 years working in Oshkosh segments in the United States and in the United Kingdom. Prior to joining Oshkosh, he worked for CNH in both Italy and Brazil, where he was responsible for new product development of construction equipment machinery.

Douglas LaCroix, equipment manager, CIANBRO

Douglas began his career with CIANBRO in 1998 and held a variety of positions before becoming the company’s equipment manager. In his current role, he is responsible for the equipment’s team competency in controls, customer service, policy compliance, information management and financials. Douglas serves on the board of directors for the National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators and represents Cianbro as an alternate member of the Association of Construction Equipment Managers.