Arizona Registrar of Contractors is proud to announce AZ ROC Talk, a podcast that interviews construction science technology professionals and industry partners about all things related to construction.
Join us as we cover topics like workforce development, technology, licensing requirements and more. Subscribe to AZ ROC Talk on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and almost anywhere you can listen to podcasts. Look for new episodes on Tuesdays.
- Episode 1: Call 811 Before You Dig - Why and How
Have you ever wondered why you need to call (or click) 811 before you dig? In this episode we spoke to Arizona 811 about the organization's history, why you need to call, what could happen if you don't, and what resources they have available to make it all a little easier.
Sandra Holmes, Executive Director, Arizona 811
Alejandra Ocano-Gonzalez, Education & Awareness Manager, Arizona 811
Brice Box, Chair Person, Arizona's Damage Prevention Partnership
- Episode 2: Workers Compensation Requirements for Contractors and the Employee- Employer Relationship
In this episode we interviewed Gaetano Testini, Chief Counsel at the Industrial Commission of Arizona and Joseph Citelli, Chief Counsel at the Arizona Registrar of Contractors about workers compensation requirements and the employee-employer relationship. Nothing contained in this episode should be taken as legal advice. If you have questions related to Arizona's workers compensation requirements visit www.azica.gov. If you know of an employer not complying with Arizona's Workers Compensation laws, you can report them online here.
For questions about your specific business needs, you should seek legal counsel from an attorney.
- Episode 3: Suicide Prevention with Kelli Williams, Former Statewide Suicide Prevention Coordinator at AHCCCS
In this episode of AZ ROC Talk, we interview Kelli Williams, the former Statewide Suicide Prevention Coordinator at AHCCCS about suicide prevention in Arizona and in the Construction Industry. Learn more about suicide prevention and find resources here.
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
Nacional de Prevencion del Suicidio: 1-888-628-9454