The Turf Equipment Technicians Association of the Carolinas (TETAC) held its 14th annual conference this year in Myrtle Beach, SC. Educational sessions on Tuesday focused on developing safety programs on the course (many equipment techs are also the course’s de facto safety officers). Alongside this, the sessions focused on the new Tier IV emission standards and what they’ll mean for the industry. “I’m looking forward to hearing from the manufacturer’s reps,” said Clayton Ennis, Equipment Tech at Devil’s Ridge Country Club in Holly Springs NC. “I want to know what it’ll mean for turf equipment, and if it’ll have an effect on the maintenance of diesel engines.” Check out the full article through the link below.