The Workforce Development Working Group is identifying the barriers to addressing labor shortages, the key stakeholders, and specific actions that can be implemented to alleviate these shortages. How can we train and retrain the skilled workforce that will be needed to fuel the growth of tomorrow? What are the best practices of industry/government cooperation? How can we ensure greater professional mobility in terms of licensing requirements, as many projects cross multiple jurisdictions? PNWER works to find solutions to these issues and more.
Construction & COVID: BC's Model for Collaboration and Continuity
Tuesday, July 28 | 10 - 11:30 am PDT
Watch the Webinar Here
While the rest of the world was shut down, construction workers in British Columbia were able to stay on the job with few COVID cases and no related hospitalizations. Join PNWER for a webinar exploring how close coordination between WorkSafeBC and the BC Construction Safety Alliance (BCCSA) resulted in clear, effective guidelines for construction work continuity during this pandemic. This webinar will explore how the public and private sector can work together to guarantee the safety of their workers, effective timelines for collaboration, and the best practices that can be carried forward as we move towards a possible second wave of COVID-19 in the fall.
Moderated by Charles Kelly, President, Great Northern Management Consultants, speakers include:
Program Coordinator, PNWER
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