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OSHA National Safety Stand-Down Webinar (Live course)

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May 7, 2018
Online webinar
1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. CDT

Member price:
Free
Nonmember price:
Free

Item #: OSHA-Webinar

Class description

OSHA's Director of the Directorate of Construction, Dean McKenzie, will introduce the program and the presenters. NRCA's enterprise risk management staff members Tom Shanahan and Rich Trewyn will explain how to use a job hazard analysis (JHA) along with other pre-job resources and activities during the job and after it is complete. The presenters also will discuss how to create a company safety culture and its effect on fall prevention.



Instructor(s)

Tom Shanahan
NRCA's vice president of enterprise risk management

Tom Shanahan joined NRCA in 1989 and has been responsible for leading NRCA's Enterprise Risk Management Section throughout his tenure. In addition, he directs and teaches in the Future Executives and Executive Management Institutes, NRCA's highly regarded executive programs held at Northwestern University's Kellogg School of Management.

Shanahan also created NRCA's For Foremen Only program and has had the privilege of training thousands of field managers. He regularly teaches strategic planning, leadership, management, communication and training-related programs on behalf of NRCA.


Richard F. Trewyn
NRCA's Director of Enterprise Risk Management

Richard F. Trewyn, NRCA's director of enterprise risk management, has been with NRCA for only a short time but is no stranger to the industry. Before joining NRCA, Trewyn was the National Safety Director for Tecta America having started his career at FJA Christiansen Roofing Companies in Milwaukee in 1996. With a degree in occupational safety and health from the University of Wisconsin--Whitewater and his numerous certificates and certifications within the safety field, he brings a wealth of industry knowledge and expertise to NRCA. He is an OSHA-authorized trainer for the construction 10- and 30-hour classes as well as a CERTA torch-applied system trainer.

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