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Gain an understanding of the pollution and professional risks and exposures faced by members of the construction industry.The construction industry is constantly evolving.
AIA, CLE, ENG credit available
Understand the legal concepts in Texas construction law that everyone in the industry needs to know, from the office to the field. The construction company, architectural or engineering firm you work for may not have...
Avoid potential fines and back pay, understand the FLSA compliance requirements and available exemptions.The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) is one of the oldest employment laws in the existence.
Understand your role (and risks) in an IPD Agreement and evaluate tradeoffs of various IPD Agreement structures and what incentive tools will allow you to maximize value.
Construction is risky, know how to manage claims and resolve disputes. Construction is inherently risky. These risks include unanticipated design changes, changed conditions, disputed additional work, and other...
Recognize situations which lead to license law violations and the range of penalties which exist.Contractor licensing laws are complicated and vary by state.
CLE credit available
Understand how to implement an effective safety program on construction projects of any scale.Government regulations mandate that contractors have effective worker safety programs in place on construction job sites.
Learn about safe practices for operation and maintenance of electric power distribution systems on your construction site.Electrical operation and maintenance work involving substations and switchgear presents a number...
AIA, ENG, HR Certification Institute, SHRM credit available
Learn how to effectively identify, analyze, document, and manage changes during a project.Almost all construction projects experience some degree of change.
Know the steps that can be taken to reduce the possibility of time and cost impacts and also methods to address problems in real time.All project participants start off with the best of intentions.
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