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ACRA Webinar: CRM Health and Safety Programs in the 21st Century

  • 05/28/2020
  • 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
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Modern consulting practices require operating with safety as the cornerstone of company culture. This not only maintains a healthy, vibrant workforce but it also has a positive impact on business development efforts. Clients and prime contractors increasingly expect a demonstrated high-level of health and safety compliance as a prerequisite to continued business relationships. This webinar to will assist firms in making sure their corporate programs are structured to meet today’s expectations by:

  • Adopting measures that mitigate risk; preserve facilities, property, equipment and the natural environment; and protect the safety and health of our people — employees, clients and the end users of our projects;
  • Practicing active safety leadership and training our professionals to design processes and projects in a manner that reduces strategic and localized risks and impacts;
  • Continuously improving and updating systems and procedures to adhere to ever-changing occupational safety, health and environmental laws and licensing requirements across all levels of government; and
  • Tracking safety performance metrics and maintaining a high level of transparency with employees, stakeholders and clients during this process.
The webinar will be led by Kimberly Morrell. In addition to being the SH&E Representative for AECOM’s East Coast cultural resources department, Ms. Morrell is a Senior Archaeologist with almost three decades of experience. She has overseen the exhumation and reburial of nearly 3,000 historical interments in connection with cemetery relocation projects, and has taught annual workshops on this topic at the Society for Historical Archaeology conference since 2009. Ms. Morrell is a Safety Trained Supervisor® and has completed a broad spectrum of related training such as Confined Space Entry, 40-Hour HAZWOPER, and 30-Hour Construction Safety.

Note: This webinar will occur on Eastern Time



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