||Wednesday, Nov. 18, 2020
||3 p.m. EDT
||Peter Grant, Safesite; Buddy Henley, Henley Construction Co. Inc.; Chris Jervey, StructionSite; Corey Rimmer, ARM, CRIS, RRE, CNA Insurance
||Matt Abeles, ABC National
ABC Members Only
As we navigate the increasing risks our industry faces as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, it is crucial to consider how to combat and mitigate the risk contractors face on today’s jobsite. Learn how contractors can employ innovative technology to lessen risk and increase profitability and certainty by joining a conversation featuring a member, a global insurance leader and leading technology providers who have been on the front lines supporting contractors during the pandemic.
ABOUT THE PRESENTERS
Peter Grant is founder and CEO of Safesite, a safety management app and reporting dashboard that helps companies make measurable improvements in performance. His experience working as a civil engineer in project management for large commercial contractors motivated him to use mobile technology to reduce preventable incidents and deaths: Safesite, which has grown into a robust safety management system. Read his safety insights on the Safesite blog.
Robert C. “Buddy” Henley, president of Henley Construction Co. Inc. in Gaithersburg, Maryland, began his term as ABC Mid-Atlantic Region vice chair in 2019. He has also served on the board of directors of the ABC Metro Washington Chapter since 2010. Henley joined Henley Construction, which was started by his father, Robert J. Henley, in 1964, after college, working his way up through the ranks as an estimator, project manager and vice president before becoming president in 2007.
Chris Jervey is the director of business development at StructionSite, which partners with many of the country’s largest builders, construction technology providers, AEC industry organizations and academic/training institutions. Jervey has 25 years of experience working in construction project management, sales and business development, and focuses on tools in the construction industry that create workflow efficiency and make complex work a little easier.
Corey Rimmer, assistant vice president of the risk control construction segment, leads the direction, management and oversight of the risk control function within CNA’s construction business segment. With more than 18 years of experience in insurance risk control, Rimmer has served as a risk control consultant as well as risk control director, in which he worked to develop other risk control staff through coaching, mentoring and training.