Manitoba’s COVID-19 case numbers are increasing, and recent test positivity rates are over 3%. With the increasing likelihood of positive cases on site, it’s more important than ever to take the proper precautions and to prepare for the worst.
Join WCA President Ron Hambley as he speaks with industry leaders about the impacts of a potential construction industry shutdown, how to maintain proper construction site hygiene, what to do if an employee tests positive and other pressing questions.
Attending this one-hour webinar may be the single best step you can take to ensure you and your company are prepared if COVID-19 impacts continue to worsen in Manitoba. Our industry panelists will bring you real, useable advice that will help you manage your projects better and make sure you are prepared for the worst.
Sean Scott, Executive Director, Construction Safety Association of Manitoba
Sean Scott has been influential to construction safety, not only in Manitoba, but throughout Canada. Originally starting as a Safety Technician in 1999 and promoted to Executive Director in 2002, Sean has served the Construction Safety Association of Manitoba for 15+ years and has been pivotal in building the outstanding association we have today.
Over the past 20 years, he’s also served terms as Chairperson of the Canadian Federation of Construction Safety Associations (CFCSA), and participated on numerous committees such as Skills Competence Canada National Safety Committee, Canadian Construction Association (CCA) Gold Seal Advisory Committee, and the WCB External Rate Setting Advisory Committee.
Outside of work, Sean enjoys spending time with his wife and three kids.
Kelly Wallace,Toronto Vice President & District Manager, PCL Constructors Canada Inc.
As Toronto vice president and district manager, Kelly is responsible for district operations in the Greater Toronto Area and southwestern Ontario.
Kelly brings more than 25 years of experience and has held various leadership positions throughout PCL in Canada for more than 20 years. He began his career in Winnipeg in 1998, progressing to senior project manager before transferring to Edmonton to take on a construction manager role on some very high-profile healthcare projects. Thereafter, he took on the role of Special Projects manager. He transferred to Toronto as operations manager in 2013, progressing to his current role of vice president and district manager.
Kelly is a graduate of the civil engineering technology program at Red River College.
Andrea Hohne, Occupational Hygienist, Workplace Safety and Health
Andrea Hohne is a trained occupational hygienist with Labour and Regulatory Services – Dept of Finance - Workplace Safety and Health. She has received a Bachelor of Science from Brandon University, a Bachelor of Technology in Environmental Health from British Columbia Institute of Technology and a Certificate in Infection Control from Queens University. Andrea began her career as a certified public health inspector and has since worked as a safety and health officer prior to focusing her career on occupational hygiene. Andrea is also involved in Lean facilitation. In her down time, Andrea enjoys playing music and riding dirtbikes.
October 21, 2020 9:00 am - October 21, 2020 10:00 am
Venue: Your home, your office or anywhere you have the internet.