Monthly Archives: May 2017

Fines Are Double in Work Zones 24/7…Workers or Not.

Some drivers think that when they don’t see workers, there’s no need to slow down. Not true. Here are just a few reasons why driving above the posted speed limit in a work zone can be dangerous at all times. … Continue reading

Spotlight on Northside Ford Truck Sales

    Spotlight on Northside Ford Truck Sales AGC has greatly valued Northside Ford Truck Sale’s partnership since 2012, and has supported their efforts to build relationships across the many different companies within the region’s construction industry. Northside is the … Continue reading

Respect the Zone: Slow Down in Work Zones

On any given day, there are more than 500 active work zones in the state of Oregon, and they operate day and night. It’s imperative that motorists slow down and drive with focus as they approach, enter, and travel through work … Continue reading

Last Chance to Register for the Southern Oregon Golf Tournament

Registration Join us at the beautiful Running Y Ranch in Klamath Falls for the Board of Directors Meeting at 9 am, followed by the Southern Oregon Golf Tournament at 1 pm. Registration Closes on Friday, May 19 so register your team … Continue reading

OP-ED: It’s transportation safety awareness month

With spring temperatures finally on the rise and more sun in our forecast, construction work across the region is in full swing. Across the city and up and down the I-5 corridor, drivers are seeing a large number of work … Continue reading

Work Zone Crashes: An Avoidable Tragedy

May is Oregon Transportation Safety Month! Information provided by the Oregon Department of Transportation.

AGCA Foundation Workforce Development Scholarship Deadline: 6/1

The AGC of America Education and Research Foundation offers Workforce Development Scholarships to students enrolled in accredited technical schools or craft training programs in any discipline of construction. This is not the AGC scholarship for students in four-year degree programs. … Continue reading

Safety Break for Oregon is May 10

Why Take a Safety Break? When workers return home safe to their families at the end of the day, workers’ compensation and insurance costs are reduced, and productivity improves when workers know they are performing in a safe environment. Your … Continue reading

Don’t Zone Out: Work Zone Safety Month

May 2017 is Transportation Safety Awareness Month and Oregon’s Kick off to the Work Zone Construction Season Drivers traveling Oregon roads are asked to recognize the importance of slowing down and driving with focus as they approach, enter, and travel … Continue reading

National Stand Down to Prevent Falls in Construction May 8–12

National Fall Safety Stand-Down Free webinar and live Facebook chat on roofing and construction safety to be held as part of National Safety Stand-Down to raise awareness of fall hazards OSHA, the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, and … Continue reading


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