ClickSafety’s New Director of Compliance, Rolando Cedillo, to Speak at Industry-leading Chicago Build Event

Presenting at Chicago Build Expo - Rolando Cedillo, MSE, NREMT, CSP - October 14, 2022

ClickSafety’s New Director of Compliance, Rolando Cedillo, to Speak at Industry-leading Chicago Build Event

Seminar will include vital components of an Environmental, Health, Safety & Wellness program and how to train a diverse workforce.


Burlington, MA – ClickSafety, an Ascend Learning brand, recently announced Rolando Cedillo, MSE, NREMT, CSP as their new Director of Compliance. He brings thirty-plus years of Environmental, Health, Safety & Wellness (EHS&W) experience in heavy civil construction, manufacturing, oil, gas, and petrochemicals to ClickSafety—and to Chicago Build on October 14.

Rolando joined ClickSafety in late 2021, bringing his extensive background in EHS&W industrial and his commercial perspective. He is partnering with ClickSafety’s talented and diverse product, content, and technology experts to enhance their many safety training solutions.

“Finding an opportunity to share experiences and learning has always been a passion of mine. Being able to do so in multiple languages and training delivery methods as part of the ClickSafety team is a real plus.” Rolando said. 

His upcoming session at the Chicago Build 2022 Expo, Building EHS&W Bridge and Adding Value: Training a Diverse Workforce, will review the vital components of an EHS&W program and examine the effectiveness of workplace safety training.

“We are proud Rolando has the opportunity to speak alongside other industry experts and share his wealth of knowledge and expertise. I know he will deliver incredible value to the professionals at Chicago Build as he does to our organization.” said Blake Ingram, General Manager, ClickSafety.

Rolando will discuss why taking an inclusive cultural approach is essential to building effective training programs. Of the 808,891 construction workers employed in the United States, 24.5% are Hispanic or Latino, 10.7% Black or African American, and 2.7% Asian*. To better connect with this diverse workforce, Rolando says it is critical to create inclusive visuals and show examples that will resonate with the audience–enabling him to improve training comprehension and outcomes.

For more information about Chicago Build Expo and our seminar, which is eligible for AIA CEUs, please visit the Chicago Build website.

About ClickSafety

ClickSafety, an Ascend Learning brand, is an OSHA-authorized online training provider and recognized leader in safety training. For over 25 years, more than 10,000 organizations have partnered with ClickSafety to help them build comprehensive training solutions to advance their culture of workplace safety. With a history in construction, general industry, and engineering, ClickSafety believes in the importance of education to help keep workers safe.

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About Ascend Learning

Ascend Learning is a leading provider of online educational content, simulation, software, and analytics serving students, educational institutions, and employers. With products that span the learning continuum, Ascend Learning focuses on high-growth careers in a range of industries, with a special focus on healthcare and other high-growth, licensure-driven professions. Ascend Learning products, from testing to certification, are used by frontline healthcare workers, physicians, emergency medical professionals, nurses, certified personal trainers, financial advisors, skilled trades professionals and insurance brokers.


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