Safety

2023 High Risk Terminations

  • February 09, 2023 2:30pm  -  4:30pm PST

Layoffs & terminations can trigger unexpected emotional outbursts, but when it’s a high-risk termination, planning and preparation are key. The tragedy of violent & deadly terminations is that, in most cases, it’s preventable. In this presentation, you will learn how to reduce fear and anxiety to achieve the best possible outcome both during and after the termination.

R.E.A.L. Safety Awards

Recognizing Excellence, Awareness, and Leadership in Safety - recognizing the safest and most improved companies in the industry.

Submit your application for UCON's 2023 R.E.A.L. Safety Awards Program. The deadline for all submissions is April 5, 2024. All UCON contractor members in good standing are eligible to apply for any of the award categories. OSHA documents are from California (Cal/OSHA).

Harassment Prevention Training

  • December 07, 2023 2:30pm  -  4:30pm PST

Under SB 1343, all California companies with 5 or more employees must provide sexual harassment training to all employees. Non-supervisory employees must receive at least one hour of sexual harassment training, and supervisors must receive at least two hours of sexual harassment training. This training must be renewed every two years and be provided to any new hire within six months of their hire date or promotion to a supervisory position. This course meets the state-mandated requirements.

Surviving an Active Shooter on the Jobsite and Office

  • September 01, 2022 2:30pm  -  4:30pm PDT

Active shooter situations are becoming all too common. They are unpredictable, evolve quickly, and are over in minutes. In this webinar, we focus on “survival,” not on fear. In an active shooter scenario, you have only seconds to make a decision!

This program answers your questions & concerns, calms your fears, trains your brain to respond to an active shooter situation, and gives you the information you need to make quick life-saving decisions.

Wildfire Preparedness

  • July 26, 2022 2:30pm  -  4:30pm PDT

Smoke from wildfires contains chemicals, gases and fine particles that can harm health. The greatest hazard comes from breathing fine particles in the air, which can reduce lung function, worsen asthma and other existing heart and lung conditions, and cause coughing, wheezing and difficulty breathing. This class will cover the following topics:

Safety & Insurance Committee Meeting - Registration

  • September 14, 2022 1:30pm  -  3:00pm PDT

Sam Hall, VP, Damage Prevention Institute. The program successor to the Gold Shovel Program.
Meet Clay O'Neal, UCON's Regional VP – Southern California. 
Held via Zoom.