Created by Dr. Katie Welfare and now under the leadership of Dr. Sid Bhandari, the CSRA Communities of Practice (CoP) is a means of open sharing of safety best practices across all sectors of the construction industry. Each month, we host leading industry and academic professionals in a virtual setting and engage in vibrant discussions in a plethora of topics.
Your feedback and nominations for topic ideas are strongly encouraged to help shape the conversation for each month. Please email feedback and topics of interest : Siddharth.Bhandari@Colorado.edu
You do not have to be a CSRA member to join. In fact, you are welcomed to extend the invitation to colleagues you consider may be interested in attending.
Attend all the calls or just the ones that interest you.
Missed a CoP meeting? We record all the meetings and archive them for you to review at your convenience.
Archives 2019 - Dec 2022
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2023 Schedule- 2nd Tuesday of the month : 9am MST
January 10 : Learning from Demonstrations presented by Dr. Siddharth Bhandari (CSRA)
February 14 : STCKY Walls (HECA Measurements) presented by Paul Levin and Omar Percy (Sundt Construction)
March 14 : Safety Climate Strength presented by Dr. Siddharth Bhandari (CSRA)
April 11 : The Capacity Model presented by Quanta Services
May 9 : Energy-based Hazard Recognition presented by Graham Construction
No meeting in June
July 11 : Precursor-based Engagement presented by Mike Dickerson & Matt Summers (ACIG)
August 15 : Precursor-based Engagement presented by Bob Rodriguez (OTIS Elevator Company)
September 12 : Precursor-based Engagement presented by Jonathan Sherman & Kevin Mooney (Skanska)
October 10 : Mental Health Initiatives presented by Graham Construction.
November 14 : Mental Health presented by Will Southerland (Williams Companies)
No meeting in December
Actively participating in the COP has allowed us to learn, share ideas across industries, and engage various thought leaders. Being part of the alliance has allowed us to do safety differently.