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Colorado Contractors Association ALL MEMBER Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Colorado Contractors Association
32:02
Welcome everyone. Please feel free to share questions here and we’ll be sure to respond or call upon you as needed. Thanks for taking the time to join us today.
Teresa Smith IMA
33:19
Thank your for having these informative sessions every Friday. :)
Colorado Contractors Association
34:08
You’re welcome Teresa, we’re in this together!
Teresa Smith IMA
37:34
I have seen some Cities and Counties, as well as owners sending letters out to general contractors stating they view their work on X jobsite as essential per Executive order. Do you think these letters should be requested as a risk management tool ?
Eric
38:10
Where on the website is the essential employee letter?
Eric
39:35
Ok thank you Tony
jrandall
41:39
Can you tell us which counties have the no work order - is it just Pitkin?
Colorado Contractors Association
45:56
Up next…. CDOT and Local Agency Update from Tony Milo
Colorado Contractors Association
49:55
Up next… 811 Updates from J.D. Maniscalco with Colorado 811 and Jim Moody with CCA
Troy.Clark
50:45
FYI, Colorado Crane Operator School and MSC Safety Solutions through Mortenson (as a supporting vender) has a letter from the Federal Government deeming us essential. We are continuing to conduct site and crane inspections and training with limited class sizes. Please let us know how we can assit.
Colorado Contractors Association
55:01
Coming up next - Available Resources to CCA members from Tony Milo
Colorado Contractors Association
01:00:54
Next up - Get your questions and feedback ready for Q&A!
Colorado Contractors Association
01:01:45
https://fostergraham.com/
David Foster
01:05:32
2. Ensure that others coming onto the construction site are fully compliant with social distance requirements. No one will know the difference between one of your people and a window delivery guy. To that end, we recommend that a notice be sent to each of your vendors/sub-contractors putting them on notice of YOUR compliance with the Order and expectation for them to comply with such Order (such notice should be posted at the construction site as well). Here are some suggested items to include in such notice:a. All employees, subcontractors, vendors, or anyone else at the construction site are expected to abide by the social distancing requirements for that jurisdiction. This includes washing their hands, covering their mouth with the crook of their elbow when sneezing or coughing, keeping all surfaces clean to the extent practicable, maintaining at least six feet distance with other workers as much as possible, and wearing personal protective equipment where needed.b. No person should come to any construct
David Foster
01:06:05
b. No person should come to any construction site that is exhibiting symptoms consistent with the flu or COVID-19 as set forth by the CDC guidelines. Any such person should stay home and contact their health care provider for further guidance. Any employees exhibiting these symptoms should immediately contact their manager as well.c. Any person diagnosed with COVID-19 is not permitted to return to work until cleared by health officials and may be required to provide proof of such clearance.d. Any person who has been to a Level 3 country listed on the CDC travel notices within the past 14 days must notify the manager of the construction site prior to coming to any construction site and will not be permitted to work any construction siter for at least 14 days without symptoms. Such individuals may be asked to present proof of a negative test for COVID-19 as well.e. Any person who has had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 must notify the manager of the construction site and will
David Foster
01:06:27
e. Any person who has had close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 must notify the manager of the construction site and will not be permitted to return to any construction site for at least 14 days without symptoms. Such individuals may be asked to present proof of a negative test for COVID-19 as well.f. Any person who tests positive for COVID-19, regardless of whether they are exhibiting symptoms, must immediately suspend all work on any construction site and notify the manager of the construction site immediately. Individuals will not be specifically identified, but the manager of the construction site will inform all other persons on the construction site that another individual at the construction site tested positive. Work may be suspended on that construction site to allow for the cleaning procedures per the CDC guidelines.g. Any employee who believes they were exposed to COVID-19 while working must immediately notify their the manager of the construction site.
LaSheita Sayer
01:08:30
a link to the travel letters would be great
Teresa Smith IMA
01:08:42
CCA staff -- thanks and great job.
Ryan Headley
01:08:49
Thanks CCA and presenters, appreciate the informative session!
Teresa Smith IMA
01:08:52
Let us know too if you need anything.
Eric
01:08:57
Thanks very helpful!
jrandall
01:09:00
thanks very helpful
Marlene Andrade
01:09:37
Thank you!
Greg Raley
01:10:07
Thank you for the meeting.
Jessica
01:10:09
Thank you!