Upcoming ABC Webinars
Reminder: ABC-hosted webinars are archived in the members-only Academy for Construction Compliance, Ethics and Best Practices page. Members must complete the online Academy Login Request Form to receive log-in information. The request must come from an ABC member in management or ABC chapter staff.
While ABC webinars are not typically pre-approved for Continuing Education Units (CEUs), ABC can provide a certificate of participation to aid in the process of earning CEUs from another entity. Please note viewing the archived webinars does not qualify, nor does this include Continuing Legal Credits (CLEs).
|Time:||12 p.m. ET|
|Speakers:||Viewpoint Product Experts|
The Take 15 series is a weekly, brief webinar led by Viewpoint, an ABC Strategic Partner, where product experts highlight challenges contractors face and how Viewpoint’s comprehensive suite of software solutions can help solve those challenges.
FUTURE VIEWPOINT WEBINARS:
- March 1 at 12 p.m. ET – Save Time and Increase Accuracy with Integrated Drawing Management
- March 15 at 12 p.m. ET – Using WIP Reporting to Achieve Accurate Cost to Completion
- March 22 at 12 p.m. ET – Optimizing Your Operations
|Date:||Monday, March 4|
|Time:||2 p.m. ET|
|Speakers:||Maury Baskin; Nancy Delogu|
ABC Members Only
This webinar will focus on preventing and correcting sexual harassment and other types of unlawful harassment in the workplace. The speakers will help management understand and identify unlawful harassment as well as discuss the steps management should take both before and after a complaint.
|Date:||Tuesday, March 12, 2019|
|Time:||11 a.m. ET|
|Speakers:||Rick Smith, Senior Director, Global Product Training, JLG Industries|
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) creates standards that govern the design and use of aerial work platforms across North America. New ANSI standards for the U.S. were published in December 2018 and become effective in December 2019. The industry now has less than one year to become compliant with the new ANSI standards.
Everyone associated with aerial work platforms will be impacted by the new standards. Owners, operators, occupants, supervisors, manufacturers, dealers, and people that rent aerials will need to make changes in the areas of training, job site safety, and machine selection to accommodate the new standards.
There are three new ANSI standards that cover machine design, safe use, and training. Machine Design standards (A92.20) govern the design, safety requirements and testing of Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWPs). Safe Use standards (A92.22) govern the application, maintenance, and safe operation of MEWPs. Training standards (A92.24) govern training requirements, topics, and methods for MEWPs. The impact of each of these standards on MEWP users and operators will be covered in this webinar.
|Date:||Wednesday, March 20, 2019|
|Time:||11 a.m. ET|
Providing self-funded health benefits to an hourly and geographically dispersed workforce requires a unique approach that integrates enrollment, ongoing eligibility management, premium collection and compliance. Self-funding has many positives, such as reducing costs and increasingly plan flexibility, but it is not a solution for all contractors. This Webinar will help participants learn key points on when (or if) a self-funded plan should be considered. The Contractors Plan possesses unique administrative capabilities and processes designed specifically for multi-location construction contractors that facilitate enrollment and ongoing administration.
|Date:||Wednesday, April 24, 2019|
|Time:||11 a.m. ET|
|Speakers:||Nat Peniston & Steve Antill|
Learn ways leading employers are significantly reducing the time spent on payroll and the administration of employee benefit programs while reducing errors and enhancing compliance and effectiveness. Traditional payroll companies are not built with the unique needs of contractors in mind and can struggle with common tasks such as submitting certified payroll reports and prevailing wage calculations. Growing construction firms that leverage systems and processes designed to meet multiple jurisdictional requirements (multiple county prevailing wage rates for example) are better able to compete and win more business.