August 25, 2022
In this webinar, you will hear a panel discussion concerning recent changes made in the new Collective Bargaining Agreement with PDC 30. Panelists include Ryan Anderson, PDC 30; Steve Lefaver, NCIFTI; Roy Dennis, FCAI Board; and Mark Palmer, Executive Director of FCAI. Panelists will go through the most significant changes to the CBA and answer specific questions from the audience.
October 27, 2021
What You Will Learn: In this webinar, you will learn solutions to common paint problems like deteriorating wood substrates, water damaged Masonite siding, rusted ferrous metal, peeling paint, gutters/downspouts, and masonry coatings for concrete tilt ups. Presenter Hank Meinking is an Area Account executive with Sherwin-Williams, a member of NACE and is a NACE Certified Coatings Inspector has been part of the paint and coatings industry for over 30 years.
September 28, 2021
What You Will Learn: This webinar will review and discuss recent research by Frank Manzo, IV, MPP (ILEPI) and Robert Bruno, PhD (University of Illinois) on the economics of Right-to-Work states versus non-right-to-work states. Their research has shown that states that are most effective at building middle-class jobs and delivering economic growth are the states that support workers' rights and collective bargaining. Participation in this webinar will help you to understand the laws passed, data collected, and how this recent research leads to ten important economic outcomes.
November 18, 2020
What You Will Learn: Recent changes to the Illinois Human Rights Act (IHRA) require all Illinois employers to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees by December 31, 2020, and once per year thereafter. All Illinois employers should begin planning on how they will administer this mandatory training to all employees – including part-time employees, short-term or temporary employees, interns, and so on – especially since the Illinois Department of Human Rights announced recently that it will not extend the December 31, 2020 deadline due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The FCA of Illinois, in partnership with the law firm of SmithAmundsen LLC, has developed a training program designed to help its members and supply chain business partners to train their employees (supervisors and non-supervisors) beginning immediately through a convenient online program that will not exceed 1-hour in length.
September 1, 2020
What You Will Learn:
This 60-minute webinar, presented by Labor Attorney Jeffrey A. Risch of SmithAmundsen LLC, will examine the very latest developments impacting FCAI members on a local, state, and federal basis. This timely presentation will include a discussion on “Back to School” challenges with your employees, managing employee leave issues, the impact of President Trump’s Latest Executive Orders as well as the very latest local and state mandates.
The following key issues will be covered:
- Recent executive orders signed by President Trump
- Back-to-school protocol for employers
- How COVID-19 affects your business
December 3, 2019
What You Will Learn:
This webinar will provide an update on best practices for implementing and managing your organization’s fall protection program and explain how to use fall protection equipment effectively.
Topics to be addressed:
- Information on how to proactively manage fall protection
- Explore key program elements such as policies, duties and responsibilities, training, hazard identification, fall protection procedures
- Eliminating or controlling fall hazards
- Rescue procedures and implementation
- Incident investigation and program evaluation
There will be information on how you can apply the ANSI/ASSP Z359 Fall Protection Code and the applicable A10 standards to elevate your program beyond OSHA compliance to reduce injuries, lower costs and create efficiencies in your organization. You will also gain insight about the synergy between OSHA compliance and the Z359 Fall Protection Code and voluntary national consensus standards.
August 8, 2019
What You Will Learn:
Beginning January 1, 2020, the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act (“Act”), will allow adults (21+) to possess and consume cannabis. The Act has considerable employment pitfalls for Construction Industry employers. As a consequence, drug testing without any evidence of impairment in the workplace will open the door for legal challenges. This timely webinar, presented by Jeffrey Risch, Labor and Employment Attorney with SmithAmundsen LLC, will go over the legal risks for Illinois Employers starting January 1, 2020, and what can be done to try and diminish the impact of recreational marijuana.
During this webinar, the following key issues will be covered:
- Adopting and enforcing drug-free workplace policies
- Drug testing practices and options forward
- Best practices to protect your workplace
- And more!
For questions regarding this webinar, contact Jeff Risch at 630-569-0079 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.