- April 9, 2021
7:00 am - 8:00 am
How to fulfill employer responsibilities to provide pandemic awareness training, virtual work opportunities and record keeping.
Effectiveness of developing a COVID Task Force.
COVID-19 company specific inspections to track how COVID is impacting the company, each region, and each job.
The entire world entered into 2020 like it was the twilight zone. We at Ryan Companies quickly realized we needed a plan to protect our employees as well as those on our projects and in our buildings. We educated our employees how to protect themselves and their families. We also developed a COVID-19 informational tab on our company webpage (Greenway) accessible to all Ryan employees. This tab became a cache for job site signs, Tool Box Talks, protocol for “fit for duty”, etc. Even though we entered the Twilight Zone, we ended the year exceeding our projections that were established prior to the pandemic.
Tony has a B.S. in Occupational Safety and Health/Science and Engineering from the Montana School of Mineral Science and Technology (Montana Tech) of the University of Montana. She worked just over 10 years for the Industrial Commission of Arizona in the Arizona Division of Occupational Safety and Health (ADOSH) starting as a Safety Compliance Officer, then Industrial Hygiene Compliance Officer and then a Safety and Health Consultant in the consultation section of ADOSH. She started her own business Toni D & Associates, Inc. in 2007 providing OSHA training and consultation services. I am also co-owner of Arizona Construction Training Alliance (ACTA) founded to provide fall protection training and expert witness testimony. I am currently the Regional Safety Director for Ryan Companies US, Inc., an 83 year old that started as a lumber company and now provides construction, architectural and engineering, development, real estate management, and capital market services.