Tuesday, March 9th, 7:30 AM
- 2021 Prof. Development Training
March 9, 2021
7:30 am - 3:30 pm
SAVE THE DATE FOR ANNUAL CHAPTER PROFESSIONAL TRAINING DAY
It’s full speed ahead for 2021 as our Chapter is very happy to announce continuation of our traditional March annual training day–this coming year taking place virtually on TUESDAY 9 MARCH 2021 from 7:30 am to 3:30 pm.
See the program of speakers: 2021 San Diego PDT Program Agenda 3 05 2021
See how to participate as an Exhibitor or Sponsor ! 2021_PDT_Vendors_Flyer
Against all the challenges & obstacles 2020 threw at everyone we’re so blessed to have such a dedicated Program Committee putting this together for the SD Safety & Health community. This year we’re proud to include presentations on:
- USS Bonhomme Richard fire disaster
- Administrative Vehicle Fleet Management
- Resilient Safety Management Systems
- Machine Risk Assessment Workshop
- Keynote Speaker: NIOSH Current Events by Dr. John Howard, Director NIOSH
- Developing Risk Management Skills
- DOT Compliance
- Vendor presentations and our traditional closing Prize raffle
Looking forward to your participation !!
San Diego ASSP Chapter PDC Conference Planning Committee
- May Virtual Webinar
May 11, 2021
7:30 am - 8:30 am
This exciting discussion facilitated by talented and energetic safety professional Reese Fortin will center around Sundt’s STCKY program (pronounced “sticky”) that emphasizes the Stuff That Can Kill You, which focuses on eliminating catastrophic events on their projects, as opposed to sweating the small stuff.
They have thoroughly analyzed their incident trends and have actually predicted that eventually a lack of vigilance to safety will catch up with them, and fatality will occur. The success of the STCKY program has led to lower incident rates and their ability to win more substantial projects due to their successful safety performance.
- June 8th Virtual Webinar
June 8, 2021
7:30 am - 8:30 am
The view from the top: How a high level view of a complicated construction project, lead to successful completion with minimal injuries and lost time
This discussion, from the perspective of a high level decision maker, will focus upon major government related construction projects, such as the Naval Hospital at Camp Pendleton, where workers were found to be extremely complacent from a safety and risk perspective. The unique approach of applying risk control strategies utilized by well-known industry giants such as BP and Dupont, lead to achieving worker “buy in” and valuable contributions to safety, rather than avoidance to safety.
Mike Williamson, P.E., has nearly 30 years of Naval experience (Captain, USN Retired) that focused mostly on construction management. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Virginia Military Institute, and went on to attend the Naval Post Graduate School. During his career, he oversaw the planning, programming, budgeting, and execution of numerous military infrastructure and other projects including sites in Hawaii and California. He is currently President of Pacific Coast Iron, a well known San Diego based structural steel fabricator and erector. He is also the current President of AGC San Diego.