MARCH 11 2020
TEMPE, ARIZONA, UNITED STATES
Prevention through Design Workshop 2020
John Gambatese, PhD, PE
Oregon State University
Michael D. Flowers, PE, LMASCE
National Academy of Construction
Retired President and CEO
American Bridge Company
TJ Lyons, OHST CSP CRIS
Regional SHE Manager
Total Facility Solutions
Michael Toole, PhD, PE
College of Engineering
The University of Toledo
Continuing Education Unit (CEU) credits will be offered
NIOSH–award #1 R13OH011707-01-00
CURRENT AND FUTURE STATE-OF-THE-ART ON RESEARCH, PRACTICE, & EDUCATION
The first PtD workshop will identify, exchange, and leverage experiences and expertise on PtD research, practice, and education efforts at engineering, design, contractor, client and owner organizations, insurers, US colleges and universities, and agencies. Workshops participants will actively engage in the assessment and comparison between outstanding and poor implementation and education cases. With subject matter expert (SME) feedback, a baseline on the current PtD state-of-the-art will be established. Past, current, and potential PtD research efforts will be discussed. High payoff research topics will be characterized. Synergistic and collaborative opportunities will be sought among SMEs, researchers, and academics.
The first PtD workshop is scheduled the day after CRC 2020 at the same venue, and thus it becomes an excellent opportunity for CRC attendees willing to contribute to the advancement of PtD and seeking to interact with SMEs and officers at multiple agencies. Representatives of NIOSH, CPWR, ASSP, ASCE, ISSS, and NAC are expected to attend the workshop.
Registration requires a $40 nominal fee and includes light refreshments and brown bag lunch. Seats are limited.
The detailed agenda will be announced shortly.
The workshop will be held in College Avenue Commons, home to ASU’s School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment and its Del E. Webb School of Construction, located at 660 S. College Avenue, Tempe, AZ 85287.