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Safety and Health Issues in Small Construction Firms
The Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs Presents...

"The Business of Small Business Forum -
Part V:
Safety and Health Issues
In
Small Construction Firms"

Guest Speakers:
Carmen Shafer, Safety Director, Grunley-Walsh Company
Linwood Smith, Vice President, Risk & Safety, T.A. Loving Company
John Masarick, Manager of Codes, Standards and Safety, Independent Electrical Contractors Association

May 30, 2007
10:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
Room C-5515

Session Overview:

What does it take to operate an efficient, safe, yet profitable construction business? Join us as we explore some of the practical issues fcing small construction companies in their effort to thrive economically and navigate the OSHA standards that apply. The construction panel will discuss cooperative programs and how they assist with developing a company's safety and health program. Learn how companies have reduced injuries, saved money in workers' compensation costs, and changed the overall safety and health culture of their workplaces.

RSVP by Wednesday, May 23, 2007 to Bea Nester at 3-2220.

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