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Location: TEXO Dallas Conference Center
Topic: After the Crisis: Identifying and Managing the Human Impact on Survivors, Family, Co-workers and Community
Forums play an integral role in bringing TEXO members together to discuss common issues, learn new solutions, explore new opportunities, share best practices, networking and relationship building.
Please join us Wednesday, March 4th at 11:30 am for the March Safety Superintendent Forum.
A significant workplace traumatic event can make or break a company depending on how well the employer has prepared for it — at the heart of a successful transition through the crisis is the how well leadership connects with the people most impacted by the trauma.
This month’s Safety/Superintendent’s Forum guest speaker will be Tricia Kagerer, Executive Vice President for Risk Management of Jordan Foster Construction and an expert in workplace risk management, shares key steps in helping companies move from “it-will-never-happen-here” mentality to building a responsive plan for crisis.
Who is Patricia Kagerer, CPCU, CSP, CRIS?
Patricia “Tricia” Kagerer has over 25 years of risk and safety management experience. Tricia spent 11 years as construction as a safety and risk management Vice President for a large general contractor based in Texas. In her safety career, she has managed safety programs for projects spanning from multifamily, Federal, Public, Private and Civil work.
Tricia is Executive Vice President for Risk Management of Jordan Foster Construction, a large construction organization that performs civil, multifamily and general contracting across Texas. Tricia leads the risk management, safety and leadership efforts.
Tricia holds a Master’s Degree in Education and Human Development focused on Conflict Resolution from SMU, Dallas, Texas and a B.S. in Business Administration and a B.A. in Communication from Regis University in Denver, Colorado. Tricia has received numerous awards throughout her career including Dallas Business Journal Women to Watch 2009, Business Insurance Magazine – Top 25 Women to Watch, 2008, DFW Associated General Contractors Safety Director of the Year, and 2007, ASSE (American Society of Safety Engineers) Safety Professional of the Year.
Tricia is an author of various Risk and Safety related articles including a column in CLM Litigation Magazine “What’s at Risk” and the book Defend Your Profits – Tools for Quality Construction & Bottom Line Improvement and a frequent contributor to CFMA, IRMI on various risk management and safety topics. She is also the author of the book Wise Irish Women; A Journey of Love, Loyalty & Friendship to Inspire the Irish Spirit.
Tricia holds the following credentials:
• CPCU- Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter
• CSP – Certified Safety Professional
• ARM – Associate in Risk Management
• CRIS – Construction Risk Insurance
Specialties: Risk Management strategies, Safety Management, Conflict Resolution, Negotiation, Organizational Development.
We look forward to seeing you on March 4th!
You MUST register for lunch!