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WSRCA/ARCOSWW JOINT EVENT IN PORTLAND, OR - MAY 21ST
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WSRCA/ARCOSWW JOINT EVENT IN PORTLAND, OR - MAY 21ST

Join us at Saylers Old Country Kitchen in Portland, OR, on May 21st! This event, hosted by the Association of Roofing Contractors of Oregon and Southwest Washington, includes dinner as well as a must-see seminar sponsored by Western States Roofing Contractors Association: "THE FIVE KEY CONTRACT PROVISIONS NEEDED TO DEFEND AGAINST OSHA CITATIONS" with Trent Cotney. See below for more details!

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When: May 21st, 2018
6:00pm
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Sayler's Old Country Kitchen
10519 SE Stark St.
Portland, Oregon  97216
United States
Contact: Alec Ward
650-938-5441


Online registration is available until: 5/18/2018
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SEMINAR INFORMATION:

THE FIVE KEY CONTRACT PROVISIONS NEEDED TO DEFEND AGAINST OSHA CITATIONS

Speaker: Trent Cotney

Description

This course is designed to educate attendees on the five most important contract provisions to have in your contracts for purposes of defending against OSHA citations. Topics will include prime contract and subcontract provisions regarding safety, insurance requirements, injury and illness reporting, back charges for OSHA violations and indemnification. Attendees will also receive and learn about contract forms that can act as evidence of training.

About Trent

As a Board Certified Construction Lawyer, Trent focuses his practice on all aspects of construction litigation and arbitration, including OSHA defense, lien law, bond law and bid protests, as well as construction document review and drafting. He routinely represents general contractors, subcontractors, suppliers, manufacturers, architects, engineers, developers, and others in the construction industry in a variety of matters. Trent has been recognized as one of the leading attorneys in the field by his peers and the construction industry.