May 11th 2021 Virtual Webinar: Stuff That Can Kill You by Reese Fortin

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  • 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.

Please register for San Diego Monthly “Breakfast” Meeting on May 11, 2021 7:00 AM PDT at:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/515857183356416781
(Log-in open @ 07:00 am / Speaker begins @ 07:30am)

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Presenter:

Reese Fortin is a high-energy construction safety professional who has an endless hunger for continuously improving and protecting people’s lives. She graduated from Fresno State in 2007 with a BS in Safety in addition to coursework in Construction Management.  She has since dedicated her career to serving those who work on construction projects. Reese is the HSE Manager for Sundt Construction’s California Buildings Group.

Being a safety professional has allowed Reese to support multiple projects at once throughout her years in the industry—equating to a 60+ list of projects that she has directly impacted.  She has experience with practically every delivery method that exists including nearly 20 Design Build projects.  Her vast experience managing billions of dollars in project revenue covers nearly every sector: K-12, higher ed, aviation, military, high rise, corrections, healthcare, sports and entertainment, and more.

With her experience and knowledge, she can build a project in her mind, know what risks lie ahead, and guide teams in effectively eliminating risk prior to ever breaking ground.  Reese is excited about her future at Sundt and within the construction industry.