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Roadway Construction Focus Four & Heat Hazards - Online Workshop

May 10-11, 2023

(9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Eastern Time)


4 Professional Development Hours can be granted for this course. No partial credit available. Attendees must attend at least 90% of the workshop to get 4 PDHs.

Registration is CLOSED.


No time for an OSHA 10-Hour Construction?
In that case, this course can help you with the basics on preventing the leading causes of fatalities in roadway construction:

  • Falls,
  • Struck-by Vehicles and Equipment,
  • Caught In-Between Heavy Equipment, Trenching and Excavations,
  • Electrocution – Indoors and Outdoors.
In addition, this training provides a section on prevention of heat-related illnesses and hazards.


Construction workers and those responsible for worker's safety and health in the public sector agencies in Federal OSHA States.


Robinson Vasquez, LLM, MBA, CIT
Robinson Vasquez has worked in The American Road and Transportation Builders Association - ARTBA - as a safety Training & Business Development manager since 2012. He is responsible for various safety training contracts, co-author several safety training courses, and provides safety training in English and Spanish. He is also the liaison with the Hispanic community in the USA and Latin America. Before joining ARTBA, Robinson served as an attorney, specializing in labor and construction law in his native Peru. Robinson graduated cum laude from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, earning his law degree in 1993. In 2009, he graduated with a master's in law from Brigham Young University, got his MBA in 2011 from the University of Utah, and obtained his Certificate of Instructional Training – CIT - from the BCSP in 2022. He is also a qualified ARTBA, OSHA, and NSC instructor. With this background, Robinson provides a unique legal and business perspective on OSH risk management, as safety and health are not only human rights for workers but also profitable investments for employers.


This is a FREE TTAP webinar. All attendees must pre-register in order to receive the webinar invitation.

Registration is CLOSED.