Safety Directors Forum

2017 Safety Directors Forum

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November 1-2

St. Louis, MO

Improving Damage Prevention (811) Laws


NUCA’s two-day Safety Directors Forum offers the unique opportunity for safety management to network with other utility construction safety managers from across the country. Safety experts will present open-forum discussions on the most important and relevant safety information members need.

This year’s topics will include:

Training Non-English Speaking Workers

Damage Prevention

Evaluating Effectiveness of Training

Distracted Driving

What to do From a Legal Perspective When Things Go Wrong


Registration

Pricing:

Members: $475
Nonmembers: $675


CORE & MAIN HQ

1830 Craig Park Ct
St. Louis, MO 63146
Phone: 314.432.4700

Steve Benton Training Room


Accommodations

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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel St. Louis – Westport
1973 Craigshire Road
Saint Louis
,
Missouri,
63146
Phone: 314.434.0100
Fax: 314.434.5067

Room Rate: $139.00 (plus tax) per night


Improving State Damage Prevention (811) Laws

Friday, November 3
DoubleTree
8:00am-2:00pm

Preliminary Agenda

On Friday, November 3, 2017, NUCA will host a meeting/workshop to discuss and improve state damage prevention (811) laws.  The meeting will be held at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel  following our annual Safety Directors Forum November 1-2.  We will begin promptly at 8:00 am and finish by 2:00 pm. There is no registration fee for this meeting, and a complimentary continental breakfast and lunch will be served.

During the first part of the workshop, we will determine where and what the problems are at the state level. Attendee participation is paramount and we will quickly list and consolidate the issues. We will also solicit input in advance of the meeting.

During the second part of the workshop, a panel of presenters will discuss the best state laws and provisions. Attendee input is also welcome and expected.

During the third and final segment of the day, we’ll circle back and develop action plans to improve state laws.

The workshop will be moderated by George Kennedy, with the help of Jim Stepahin.