June 6, 2024

Setting the Standard: Safety Driven Mindset

Virtual, Instructor-Led

Event Summary

Safety is critical in transportation and construction industries, where workers and motorists are exposed to various hazards. This presentation highlights effective strategies and best practices for enhancing safety, whether working on a construction site or driving through one. The presentation emphasizes proactive measures to minimize risks and ensure the safety of both workers and commuters.

Attendees will receive 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH) upon completion.


Learning Objectives  

  • Identify Key Safety Hazards: By the end of the presentation, participants will be able to recognize and categorize common safety hazards relevant to their workplace or environment.
  • Demonstrate Proper Safety Procedures: Participants will be able to demonstrate proper safety procedures and protocols applicable to their work environment.
  • Apply Risk Mitigation Strategies: By the conclusion of the presentation, attendees will be able to apply risk mitigation strategies to prevent accidents and injuries in their workplace or daily activities.


Who Should Attend

  • Safety professionals of utility organizations
  • Fleet managers of 100 or more vehicles



Meet Your Instructor

Tyler Orazio

Quality Manager, Flagger Force

Tyler Orazio, quality manager at Flagger Force, has been with the company for nine years. After beginning his career as a crew member, he progressed through the organization in roles with safety and quality. Tyler’s current responsibilities are process creation, refinement, risk business systems management, and analysis. He has received his advanced safety and incident investigation certificates from the National Safety Council. He has experience with implementing telematics infrastructure to support a fleet of over 1,000 vehicles across the eastern United States and developing policies for safe driving practices.


Scott Richwine

Safety Manager, Flagger Force

Scott Richwine is the safety manager at Flagger Force. He joined the company 12 years ago as a crew member and built his career to his current role. Scott currently oversees safety policies at Flagger Force, developing programs to ensure employees and clients are safe while on the job. He has received multiple certifications, including a Risk Management Certificate from the National Safety Council, OSHA 30, & OSHA 10. He is also an active participant in the Maryland Department of Transportation Safety Committee and the Capital Area Safety Committee in Pennsylvania. Scott is currently enrolled at Columbia Southern University to receive his Occupational Safety & Health degree.


From 06-06-2024 9:00 am CST until 06-06-2024 9:45 am CST


Registration Information
Members $295
Non-Members $495

3% fee applied if paying by a credit card

Who can attend?

SGA Cancellation Policy "C"

Have any questions? Contact us. memberservices@southerngas.org