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Expert Safety Training

Jobsite safety is an important focal point in all concrete pumping projects. Issues with the high pumping pressure and numerous moving parts of large pumping projects can be detrimental to project timelines, costs -  and most importantly - a safety hazard to employees.

Due to Con Forms’ expertise in concrete delivery systems, our customers have frequently reached out for safety training and general knowledge presentations.  Our presentations are intended for a wide variety of positions, including equipment operators, equipment managers, company owners, project managers, safety managers, and construction superintendents.  Our training helps to improve worksite safety conditions by explaining best practices, pointing out potential problem spots, and showing areas to inspect and monitor during projects to help avoid safety issues.

Presentations can also cover general introductions to high-rise concrete pumping and concrete delivery systems – including engineered jobsite layouts, hard data as to when to replace pipeline, and pipeline recommendations for the entire delivery system from pump to point of placement.

We understand that industry knowledge and experience varies between positions.  For that reason, presentations are tailored to the audience and to specific projects to make sure we are delivering the information that will be most relevant and helpful to the employees in attendance.

 

Con Forms Sales Engineers have done custom presentations for:

Conco – concrete pumping contractor in California and Washington

Alliance Concrete Pumps – manufacturer and supplier of Concrete Pumps

A & B Concrete Pumping – concrete pumping company out of Western

Ledcor – Major Canadian General Contractor

Cambie Formworks – Major Vancouver Concrete Formwork Company

Work Safe BC – British Columbia equivalent of OSHA in the U.S.

 

If you are interested in safety presentations for your team, contact us at marketing@conforms.com and we will have your Regional Sales Manager contact you to discuss details.