Back to ASSP's Safety Standards Toolbox Webinar 3: ANSI A10 Construction Standards Constructor & Insurer Perspectives
What You Will Learn
- Review the background of ANSI/ASSP voluntary national consensus standards and how they are used by construction and insurance Safety and Health Professionals to reduce OSH hazards and exposures on construction and demolition (C&D) sites
- Understand the relationship between consensus standards and federal regulations so a coordinated OSH plan results on Construction and Demolition sites
- Develop the ability to use voluntary consensus standards to identify work-related hazards, exposures and hazardous working conditions on construction and demolition work sites
Levels (Experience with Topic)
Applies to beginner, intermediate, advanced and executive levels.
John Johnson, CSP
Vice President and Director, ESH&S, Black & Veatch
John Johnson has extensive and significant OSH experience in the construction and demolition industry. His areas of expertise include energy, power generation and management of large-scale projects. His responsibilities include business development, business capture and project execution for all service projects in the power sector. Previous responsibilities include regional director, central region, service area leader, retrofit and plant betterment, and mechanical engineering section leader.
Kathleen Dobson, CSP
Safety Director, Alberici Constructors Inc.
Kathi Dobson is a 19+ year veteran of the construction industry and Alberici Constructors Inc. Prior to this, she was a critical care nurse. Dobson has been an active member of the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC) since 2001. She was chair of NAWIC’s National Safety and Health Committee and has chaired the OSHA-NAWIC Alliance since 2013. Dobson was appointed by the governor of Michigan to the Construction Safety Standards Commission, which she ultimately chaired, and was instrumental in revising several state standards. She is an alternate for TAUC–the Association of Union Constructors on the A10 Accredited Standards Committee on Construction and Demolition.
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