**To register, please contact TEXO for your username & password!**
Location: Virtual - Online
Topic: Incorporating safety and quality into the daily production plan
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.
This month Scott Staffon, CSP, CM-Lean, National Director of Risk, Safety & Quality with CSDZ will be our guest speaker:
In today’s fast-paced construction landscape, it is more important than ever to have a defined crew work plan that focuses at the micro level of each crew. We hear the words “Safety First” all the time, but it is hard to have a well-defined safety or quality control plan to protect your employees if your crews don’t understand the complexities of the work they will be performing for the day. The only way to develop specific hazard/safety controls or quality control processes is for the crews to identify specific work tasks and the potential hazards they will be exposed to for that day.
This webinar will discuss:
Why focusing on production will achieve better safety and quality results
-How to develop a crew production plan
-The importance of your crew supervision to lead a team approach to developing the daily production plan
-How to incorporate safety and quality into the daily production plan.
Scott Staffon, CSP, CM-LEAN
National Director of Risk, Safety & Quality
-Infrastructure, Bridges & Foundations
-Specialty Construction (Electrical, Mechanical, Fire protection)
Scott is responsible for managing a team of eight construction Risk/Safety Professionals throughout the US. Scott Joined Cobb Strecker (CSDZ) in 2013 and brings over 40 years of construction experience to CSDZ. Scott began his construction career in the 1970’s working as a laborer and yard helper. Over a 20-year period he worked for several National Construction Companies serving in different roles from Superintendent, Project Manager and Safety Director. Prior to joining CSDZ, Scott spent 13 years with a large National Insurance Broker where he was a Senior Vice President managing the construction risk & safety practice.
Scott is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Stout where he earned degrees in Construction Management (BS) and Risk/Safety Management (MS). Scott is a Certified Safety Professional (CSP) and holds many other designations.
Some of Scott’s expertise includes:
-Quality Control processes
-Roofing & Building Envelope
-Cost Allocation Modeling
-Catastrophic Incident Response
Register NOW to join us for the Wednesday, August 5th Virtual Safety Superintendent Forum!