How Groundwater Contractors Can Avoid the Most Common Industry Losses

Presented on Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Every industry is plagued by specific types of injuries and property losses and the groundwater industry is no different. Slips, trips, and falls; materials handling; and electrical/electrocution injuries are most prevalent. Theft of tools and equipment are more common during economic downturns. You will learn concrete ways to minimize these types of occurrences in addition to solid ways to train employees to reduce injuries and other tangible losses.

Richard Velletri
The Hartford, Glen Allen, VA
Richard Velletri is currently in Loss Control at the Hartford Specialty Construction Unit. He holds a BS in Construction Management from Utica College and an MA in Occupational Safety and Health from New York University. He has been a certified safety professional since 1983 and an OSHA Construction Outreach trainer since 1999. He joined The Hartford in 2003 as a Construction Consultant in the Specialty Construction Unit. Velletri has presented several safety programs and courses for Virginia AGC in Richmond, VA and Lynchburg VA; Mechanical Contractors Association of Metropolitan Washington DC; and contractors in Virginia, Maryland, and District of Colombia.
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