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FECON Project S.A.F.E Webinar | 3 Part Series
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FECON Project S.A.F.E Webinar | 3 Part Series

7/8/2020 to 7/22/2020
When: July 8th, 15th, and 22nd
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Where: GoTo Webinar
Contact: Meridith Glass


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Webinar 1:

When: Wednesday, July 8th at 2:00 pm

Course Name: FECON Project S.A.F.E Webinar 1: Safety Leadership

Speaker: Eric Jimenez, PE, PMP, CCM

PDH Credit: 1

Course Description: Safety comes down to personal choices. People act safe because they chose to do so. As leaders, we can influence others to achieve their maximum performance in a safe culture while accomplishing the project or organizational objectives. As engineers, that leadership expectation is born from our dedication to the protection of the public health, safety, and welfare.

 


 
Webinar 2:

When: Wednesday, July 15th at 2:00 pm

Course Name: FECON Project S.A.F.E Webinar 2: Transportation Safety Certification

Speaker: Bryan Stone, CSP, SCTPP

PDH Credit: 1

Course Description: Identify vehicular hazards in roadway work, label the areas of a Temporary Traffic Control Zone, Explain how the manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices is used to regulate TTC, describe ways to prevent injury and death in roadway work, explain what Internal Traffic Control is and why it is important for worker safety. 

 



Webinar 3:

When: Wednesday, July 22nd at 2:00 pm

Course Name: FECON Project S.A.F.E Webinar 3: Prevention thru Design

Speaker: Michael Toole

PDH Credit: 1

Course Description: Prevention Through Design (PtD)/Construction Safety is an emerging topic of relevance for engineers, construction managers and large corporate entities seeking to enhance safety during design.