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COVID-19 Best Practices for the construction site

Mar 31, 2020

April Technical SeminarApril 9 | 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm via gotowebinar (see registration link below)

 

Join us on April 9, 2020 at 12:00 for a Webinar training as we discuss COVID-19 and the best practices implemented on your Construction project.

Gov. David Ige signed a third supplementary proclamation, ordering the entire state to stay at home and work from home starting at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday, Mar. 25 through Apr. 30. Essential workers are exempt. To ensure that the state continues to provide essential, core services, there are exemptions in the following categories: Healthcare services, grocery stores and pharmacies, food production and farming, public and private schools, restaurants offering take-out services, hotels and motels, construction, and essential government functions

 

Topic: COVID-19 Best Practices for the Construction Site

Target Audience: Construction Safety Professionals, Risk Managers, HR and Operations personnel

Time: April 9, 2020 at 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

Facilitator: Tristan Aldeguer, CSP, CHST  Past President ASSP Hawaii Chapter

Information: In this webinar we will discuss best practices used within the Construction industry to manage your construction site during this COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Training of personnel
  • Social Distance
  • Sanitation
  • Health Reporting
  • COVID-19 Audit
  • Safety Equipment/Supply

Register Now

 

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General Session Training: Corona Virus – Possible Impact to Our Workplaces

Mar 12, 2020

ASSP HI Chapter General Session – Corona Virus

Thu, Mar 12, 2020 1:30 PM – 3:00 PM (HST)Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/355402245

You can also dial in using your phone.United States: +1 (786) 535-3211

Access Code: 355-402-245 New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts:https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/355402245

 

March 12, 2020 | 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm  |  BIA- Hawaii, 94-487 Akoki St, Waipahu, HI 96797

The World Health Organization and the United States have declared the coronavirus a public health emergency. As a result, businesses will need to prepare for the impact the coronavirus may have on the workplace.  Because the virus has an incubation period of at least two weeks and can be transmitted person-to-person, it has deadly potential. Join us for an informative session to help businesses be ready to deal with a potential outbreak.

This session will cover:

  • What is the coronavirus and what are the symptoms?
  • What are the best safety and health practices in the workplace?
  • What are the elements of a pandemic business continuity plan?
  • What are the truths and rumors of the coronavirus?
  • What are our government agencies doing?

Mary Silva is a senior risk engineering consultant at Crum & Forster.  Ms. Silva is a 30+ year safety professional who has worked in the insurance, telecommunications, petrochemical/oil & gas, and construction industries.  Ms. Silva holds a BS from the University of Oklahoma in Chemical Engineering, Pre-Med. She currently holds the Certified Safety Professional (CSP) certification from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP), and is also a BCSP Ambassador which serves to spread the benefits of certification.  Ms. Silva is very active in volunteering with the American Society of Safety Professionals and is the chair for the annual professional development conference committee. She also is the speakers’ committee chairperson for the 2020 Pacific Rim Safety & Health Conference. David Silva, owner of Silva Performance Solutions, Inc.  As a retired U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander and Intelligence Operations Officer,David has been trained to win conflicts and wars while providing humanitarianassistance and disaster response.  Coupled with his high energy and thought-provoking training delivery, he’s a natural fitto meet your workplace training needs. He is experienced at motivating groups withsolid content, pointed stories and a great sense of humor.  His experience comes from a 28 year United States naval career and educated with a  Bachelor of Science, Masters in Business Management and a Certificate in Organizational Change.

Business Continuity Planning for Pandemic Events

Feb 28, 2020

Planning for a pandemic event by
business and industry are essential to minimize a pandemic’s impact.
In this class we will develop your own
Pandemic Policy using the supplied template provided to all students
April 3, 2020 – 8:00 to Noon – Construction Training Center of the Pacific-
Business-Pandemic-Hawaii.doc

Construction Safety Trenching & Excavation

Feb 23, 2020

Construction Safety Trenching & Excavation 2020 Training Schedule

Construction Safety Trenching Excavation

There is NO COST to attend

CLASS REGISTRATION LINKS

Oahu – April 13    Oahu – May 13    Guam – May 27    Guam – May 28

Oahu – June 30    Hilo – July 9    Kona – July 10    Maui – July 23    Maui – July 23

Kauai – August 4    Oahu – August 14 

TRAINING TOPICS

Excavation:  –  Hazards & Risks  –  Prevention & Abatement  –  Competent Person’s Role

Relevant OSHA Standards & NEP  –  Soil Tests & Analysis  –  Protective System Requirements

Site Evaluation/Inspection

PROGRAM DETAILS

The Building Industry Association of Hawaii has been awarded a federal Department of Labor grant to provide education and training to address occupational safety and health hazards encountered in trenching and excavation.

Employees and employers who work in jobsites with trenches and excavations are invited to attend! As a result of OSHA’s National Emphasis Program (NEP) on Trenching & Excavation, increased enforcement presence is expected at work sites throughout the nation to reduce and eliminate hazards associated with trenching and excavation. Of particular significance to local companies, state Inspectors will initiate inspections whenever they observe an open trench or an open excavation, regardless of whether violations are readily observed. Guam and Hawaii have begun.

Building Industry Association of Hawaii

95-487 Akoki Street, Waipahu, HI 96797

Defining the Role of the Chemical Hygiene Officer – Laboratory Inspections

Feb 12, 2020

Defining the Role of the Chemical Hygiene Officer Laboratory Inspections Beyond Best Practices based on NFPA 45 – 2019 Updates

We will build your Lab Specific Plan in the class Approved for 6 CEU Hours by The Illinois Occupational and Environmental Health and Safety Education and Research Center, The University of Illinois at Chicago School of Public Health

April 3, 2020 – BIA

Register at Safety1hawaii.com

CHP-2020-Hawaii-April-1.doc