1) Present one (or more) paper(s) at each meeting, not just once per year to meet the minimum requirement.
2) Identify topics that are relevant and interesting to the membership. Some examples are:
a) A facility problem that has been encountered and how it was handled...(even if it hasn't been resolved).
b) Facility upgrades, current and planned.
c) New technologies integrated into facility operation (even if they didn't work as expected)
3) Decide on your topic(s) early so that you have adequate time to prepare an outstanding technical paper and briefing.
4) Respond promptly to the Call for Papers from the host organization. This will allow them time to develop a cohesive technical program for the meeting.