Best Practices in the COVID-19 Environment

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NRC member contractors and suppliers are hard at work navigating job sites, shops and yards, offices,and manufacturing facilities while addressing the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. What’s working and what’s not? What best practices have we learned about keeping our employees and the general public safe?

This hour-long webina ris directed specifically for railway contractors and suppliers. It features a candid discussion by members of the NRC Safety Committee followed by a Q&A.

What:  Participants will come gain insights on practical application of best practices in the COVID-19 environment. The webinar will cover these topics:

  • Practices, tools and materials to safeguard essential work crews
  • Operating amid ever-changing orders from local, state and federal governments
  • Keeping employees safe while achieving efficient, high-quality operations
  • Preparing for the “new normal”
  • Procedures for reopening and returning employees to job sites

Presenters:

  • Carman Garozzo, National Practice Leader-Rail, Bergmann
  • Casey Long, (title), Ragnar Benson
  • Ernesto Scarpitti, Corporate Safety Manager, Delta Railroad Company
  • Danny Simpson, Chief Safety Officer, Herzog

Moderator

  • Ashley Wieland, President, National Railroad Construction and Maintenance Association(NRC

Register: This webinar is for NRC members only. Log in and register and then listen to a replay.

How: Attendees will have an opportunity to ask questions electronically throughout the webinar using GoToWebinar’s software. Questions will be addressed during the final quarter of the webinar.

Who Should Participate? This webinar will be valuable management personnel with Safety, Operations, Facilities and Human Resources/Compliance responsibilities.

Questions? Please reach out to NRC staff by email at info@nrcma.org or by phone at 202.975.0365.

What our members say…

As Chair of the new NRC Policy and Legislative Committee, I see opportunities for us to make a greater impact on the future. Our committee is exploring new ways to participate while further examining issues that affect our member companies. We realize not everyone can attend events, such as Railroad Day, so will be offering other opportunities for employees of our member companies to get involved.

Curtis Bilow

Vice President, Business Development

Ames Construction Co.

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