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McGriff, Seibels & Williams
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Be recognized for excelling in safety performance, commitment to safety, occupational health management and risk control. Application deadline is Dec. 14, 2018.
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Please join us in Miami, Florida for the AGC Safety & Health Conference. You will get to participate in the development of regulatory and legislative activity on both the national and local levels, assist in the development and creation of new safety training programs and products, and hear the latest initiatives from OSHA and other industry experts. Registration is now open.

If you are interested in sponsorship/exhibitor opportunities, please contact Cheyenne Brewbaker at (703) 837-5352 or Cheyenne.brewbaker@agc.org. All sponsorships include post-event attendee list and recognition as a sponsor with a company logo in the meeting literature, pre/post marketing materials, the mobile app and on the website. Learn more.

OSHA has awarded $9.3 million in one-year federal safety and health training grants to 74 nonprofit organizations nationwide, including AGC of America. The grants will provide educational and training programs to help employees and employers recognize serious workplace hazards, implement injury prevention measures, and understand their rights and responsibilities. The association, granted approximately $150,000, proposes to provide 7.5 hours of fall prevention in construction training to 450 construction workers. Training will be offered in English and Spanish.
Regulatory & Legislative Updates
The U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has updated the National Emphasis Program (NEP) on preventing trenching and excavation collapses in response to a recent spike in trenching fatalities.
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October 17-19, 2018
Arlington, Virginia
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This unique three–day course provides construction safety and health professionals with the next–level knowledge required to successfully manage a company–wide safety program. Moving beyond the basics of Focus Four training, AGC’s Advanced Safety Management Training Program will give participants a more holistic view of safety’s role in project and company success, as well as advanced tactics and best practices for managing all aspects of a corporate safety program. Participants will also focus on the importance of "selling" safety throughout the organization and methods to generate buy–in from different audiences.
Hub International
Best Practices
The lyrics of the old country song, "We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby," certainly apply to construction safety. One hundred years ago, contractors accepted that one person would die on a large construction job for every $1 million in cost. AGC of America has led efforts to promote safety, and now its specialty and general contractor members would never start a job planning on workers dying.
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Safety Cabinet
AGC’s Professional Mobile Crane Operations Program is designed to assist the construction community as a whole to prepare for the certification requirement to reflect the provisions in the new standards. This student guide is designed to help participants become a better crane operator by learning sage and efficient practices. Upon completion of the program participants will understand various operational and safety principles and practices that can be used every day. This program covers rules and regulations, site review and set-up, operations, conditions affecting operations, basic rigging and wire rope, maintenance and inspection, load charts, and crane types.
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