Mitigating High-Energy Construction Hazards: STOP the STCKY (Stuff That Can Kill You)

Feb 14, 2024 - 3:00 PM (ET) - Live, Online
Hosted by CFMA

About this Event

Wednesday, February 14, 2024
3-4:15 PM (ET), 12-1:15 PM (PT)

“Stuff that can kill you” (STCKY) is a meticulously crafted program to equip construction industry professionals with the knowledge, strategies, and tools needed to recognize, mitigate, and ultimately safeguard against high-energy hazards in the workplace. This informative webinar dives into how individuals who are committed to the construction sector can enhance safety practices, reduce risk, and prioritize the well-being of employees and workers. 

After this session, attendees will be able to:  

  • Understand the various high-energy hazards prevalent in the construction industry, from electrical and mechanical hazards to potential sources of explosive energy
  • Learn strategies to develop a systematic approach to assess risk and implement effective mitigation practices
  • Foster a culture of safety within your organization, encouraging open communication, reporting, and continuous improvement in safety practices
  • Stay current with relevant safety regulations and standards to ensure full compliance with industry requirements and avoid potential liabilities
  • Explore real-world case studies and best practices to gain practical insights into hazard mitigation and safety management

Level & Prerequisites 
This is a group-internet webinar at the Basic Level. No prerequisites or advanced preparation required. 

CPE Information 
Earn 1.5 CPE credits in the field of Specialized Knowledge. Please note that CPE credit can only be earned by attending the live session and is not available by watching the recording.  

CCIFP Information 
Earn 1.5 CCIFP Professional Development credits toward the General or Construction Requirement.  

Who Should Attend? 

  • Architects
  • Construction Supervisors
  • Engineers
  • Health & Safety Officers
  • Laborers
  • Project Managers
  • Rick Managers
  • Safety Coordinators
  • Safety Managers
  • Workers


  • Free for CFMA Members
  • $69 for Non-Members

Featured Speakers


Members: Free
Non-members: $69.00

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