What You Will Learn
- Describe the current state of infectious disease risks in the construction industry
- Examine differences in infectious diseases encountered during construction activities compared with those encountered during pandemics or local outbreaks
- Identify control methods and best practices you can use to mitigate the risk of infectious disease in construction
- Recognize how infectious diseases impact your role on multiemployer worksites.
- Explain how to integrate infectious disease programs into your safety management system
- Review resources you can use to develop and implement an infectious disease program
Length & Time
1 day - 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM CST
Levels (Experience with Topic)
Beginner: 0-4 years
Our Live Virtual Classroom provides all the benefits of face-to-face instruction without the travel time. If you have a computer with a camera, audio and internet access, you’re ready to learn wherever you are at exactly the same time as other attendees. Instructors can see you and you can see them. Plus, you can ask questions and engage with other virtual learners in real time.
Jeffery C. Camplin, M.S., CSP, CIT
Jeff Camplin is president of Camplin Environmental Services Inc., a safety and environmental consulting firm he established in 1991. He started his professional career as a safety coordinator at a 1,000-bed hospital in the Chicago area where he established one of the first bloodborne pathogens programs to address emerging risks from HIV/infectious diseases. For more than 35 years, Camplin has been providing OSHA and EPA training courses and developing site-specific safety programs for construction companies. He has an M.S. in Safety and Emergency Management and a B.S. in Occupational Safety. Camplin was vice president of ASSP’s Council on Practices and Standards and an administrator of our Environmental Practice Specialty. Most recently, he developed a course for contractors cleaning and disinfecting sites impacted by COVID-19.
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