Wednesday, November 9th
Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Location: Meeting Room 1.
+ Moe Davis, Safety Director
Maurice “Moe” Davis offers years of professional safety and construction experience to ensure the integrity and success of all the clients Safety needs. Loss Control oversight, safety consulting, development of safety and training programs, assistance in the review of engineered drawings, OSHA specifications/procedures, on-site and classroom training and statistical and narrative reports are a small portion of the services provided.
Moe also interacts with owners, general and sub-contractors, construction management groups, OSHA Consultations and insurance carriers on a continual basis.
Moe also has an extensive safety background in the unique residential industry, where he has worked with multiple National Home builders and has the prestigious honor of helping Pardee Homes attain and sustain one of only two VPP designations for a residential builder in California. Moe’s residential involvement and trust amongst residential builders have positioned him as a respected member of the Southern California Builders Safety Alliance. Where he serves as the organizations safety advisor and also sits on their leadership council.
Moe is a Bi-lingual Risk Control Consultant (English & Spanish) with 35 years of experience in construction, including 16 years as a safety professional. Moe is certified as a Construction Health & Safety Technician (CHST), an Occupational Health & Safety Technologist (OHST), Construction Risk and Insurance Specialist (CRIS), and a Licensed Fire and Casualty Broker-Agent. Moe served as an authorized instructor for the Region 9, OSHA Training Institute Education Center and also spent time as Course Director for the OSHA Training Institute @ Cal State Dominguez Hills. Moe has been a guest speaker at training seminars for the Nor. Cal/OSHA consultation, Southern Cal/OSHA VPP recipients, ACI-NA conference, and multiple private organizations throughout the country. Moe also served on the advisory committee for the Cal/OSHA 8, and Cal/OSHA (5109), Cal/OSHA Standards for the Construction Industry.
Top Safety Code Violations on the Southern California Construction Site and Top Regulatory Changes and How to Manage Them
New Cal/OSHA Requirements That Affect House Cost and Schedule
The Southern California Builders Safety Alliance is hosting a forum to explain recently adopted and proposed Cal/OSHA standards that impact our trade contractors. Fall protection for roofers, framers and others is changing from 15 feet to 6 feet; learn the differences of what confined spaces do and don’t require a permit; new requirements related to respiratory protection when exposed to silica dust and more.
Presenters John Ford of Cal/OSHA Consultation and Moe Davis of Alliant will provide valuable information to understand how these standards will affect house costs and schedules.
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+ John Ford, Senior Safety Engineer
John is a Cal/OSHA Senior Safety Consultant, based in San Bernardino, California. He has been with Cal/OSHA since 1984. He has over 30 years experience in the safety and health field. He worked for McCarthy Constructors and Jacobs Engineering Group as a Safety Engineer from 1987 to 1989 during the Cal/OSHA disengagement. He worked on the Cal/VPP STAR team from 1989 until 2000. John has a degree from Cal Poly in Ag Engineering. In 2007, he was awarded the OSHA Official of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB). He is currently the coordinator of the VPP Construction Partnership Program.