ConstructVT Podcast Series

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Join us for our new ConstructVT Podcast Series where each week we have great topics relevant to your industry with subject matter experts ready to share and answer questions from the audience. You can view live editions each Wednesday by clicking the live links next to the topics at 12pm each Wednesday. If you are unable to join us live, don't worry! We will be posting an edited version that will remain on this web page archive for you to view in the future. We hope you enjoy the casts and we will see you on the job site.

Date Presenter Topic Watch (click below to view)
April 17 Reid Wobby- VTHC Recognizing Signs and Symptoms of Substance Abuse- Reid will teach some of the methods used to identify substance use so you can keep you work site safe.
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April 24 Joseph A. Barra- Robinson and Cole LLP Modular Construction- Join Joe for a discussion on the benefits of using modular construction and some legal issues to be aware of.
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Check Out Past Casts Below:
Join Matt Musgrave, Heather Shouldice, and Emma Shouldice for the AGC/VT lobbying report on crossover (halftime) of the legislative session of 2024.
Richard and Matt discuss OSHA inspections and are visited by two special guests!
Join Reid and Matt as they discuss suicide prevention and best practices to help identify co workers dealing with stress or personal challenges.
VT Department of Labors Cameron Woods as he talks about seasonal unemployment challenges and work search requirements.
Representative Ken Goslant talks about the decision process to run for office, town meeting day results and his experience on what its like to work in the legislature.
Kristin Bogovich from WCAX joins us to talk about marketing your business. She talks about comprehensive plans that get attention for your customers but also can help attract a talent to your company by showing off your companies benefits/programming.
Steve Spatz from Efficiency Vermont joins us to talk about building energy standards and building science. Part of Vermonts climate plan includes reducing emissions from the thermal energy sector and building energy standards are set to do so. Steve will talk about the connection between the code, education and planning needed to avoid failures.
Join Reid Wobby from VTHC for a discussion on Diseases of Despair.