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Live Webcast – August 6, 2020
- 8:00-9:00am PT / 9:00-10:00am MT / 10:00-11:00am CT / 11:00-12:00pm ET
COVID-19 has drastically changed the landscape of construction sites. The course will begin with a brief historical overview of the impact of past pandemics on occupational health. Next, the course will discuss various government’s definitions of essential and non-essential workers and in which category construction projects fall. The course will then look at OSHA’s recent activities regarding COVID-19, the AFL-CIO lawsuit against OSHA, and the emerging trend of states enacting their own emergency temporary safety standards. Finally, the course will discuss best practices for construction job site owners to prevent COVID-19 from infiltrating their job sites.
Matthew Arvin graduated from Ave Maria School of Law after earning his undergraduate degree in History and Classics from Valparaiso University. Matthew has five years of experience in construction safety management where he has worked for clients such as Duke Energy, General Mills, Toyota, and General Motors. Additionally, he is an authorized OSHA trainer where he teaches OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 classes. Barred in Tennessee, Matthew’s legal expertise includes personal injury on the job site, and safety regulations in the construction industry. He resides in the Nashville area with his wife, Chelsea, and their dog Harper.
1 General Credit
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- History of major illnesses in the United States and past pandemics impact on occupational health
- Essential versus non-essential and in which category does construction projects fall?
- OSHA’s recent activities regarding COVID-19, the ALF-CIO lawsuit against OSHA, and the states enacting their own emergency temporary standards.
- Best practices to prevent COVID-19 from infiltrating job sites.