Staying connected is imperative to success. OGCA members now have an easy way to share ideas with anyone, anywhere through the OGCA Webinars. This web-based service can be used from any computer, iPhone, Blackberry, iPad or any other WiFi or 3G/4G enabled mobile device. There’s no complicated installation. Just log into your Webinar and start!

It combines real-time desktop sharing with phone conferencing so everyone sees the same thing while you talk. It’s far more productive than emailing files and struggling to get everyone on the same page over the phone. It can even eliminate the need for people to travel and meet on site.

OGCA members can use this unique service to hold meetings, make presentations, provide live training…the possibilities are endless.

If you want to deliver cost effective, interactive and productive meetings or presentations contact to find out more about this service or to set up a Webinar of your own.


Upcoming OGCA Webinars

Managing Hazardous Materials In Construction

Wednesday, December 9, 2015
9:00 am - 10:30 am

This seminar will give an update on the requirements for managing the more important hazardous materials often encountered including Designated Substances reporting, asbestos, lead, silica, mold and PCB. It will also discuss options for the clean-up of toxic residues in the conversion of industrial buildings to other uses.


Planning, Scheduling & Control of Construction Projects

Tuesday , January 12, 2016 to Tuesday, March 15, 2016
6:30pm - 9:30pm

This course is designed to provide learners with the knowledge and skills necessary to effectively lead and manage a construction project with the focus on planning, scheduling, and control. Effectively planning, scheduling and controlling a construction project, is the difference between being on time, or behind time; making money or losing money; being stressed-out for stress-free.


Claims Avoidance

Thursday January 14, 2016
9:00 am—10: 30 am

In this seminar, Catherine DiMarco of Heal & Co LLP will give practical tips and best practices on how to manage risk, and how to avoid claims in the first place. Learn what works, and what doesn’t.