Learn how to prevent injuries from adorable Oregon predators. Every year around this time, we get a terrifying look at the ferociousness of sharks. But the real danger to Oregon
Author: Karla Holland
When Oregon’s 2019 Legislative Session convened in January, AGC’s Legislative Leadership Team, including 2019 Chapter President Sandy Trainor and Legislative Forum Co-Chairs Dee Burch and Tom Gerding, recognized the chapter
May is “Transportation Safety Awareness” month in Oregon, and whether you are walking, bicycling, riding a motorcycle, or driving, you’ll most likely see some reminder to be safe. It might
Safety is a core value for AGC and it should be a top priority for every AGC member. The Oregon-Columbia Chapter has numerous safety resources and benefits available to all
By: Mike Salsgiver Executive Director, AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter This article was published by the DJC on February 19 in Buildings Bridges and Roads, and can be viewed here (subscription required).
Going the Distance Originally published in Health and Safety Resource, published by Oregon OSHA, February–March 2019, Volume 63. Click here to view the original publication. Company Orenco Systems Inc. Safety,
During Ladder Safety Month, learn the “belt buckle rule” and other tips for preventing painful falls. Nearly every home and workplace has a ladder lying around someplace. So you’d
Part II: Oregon’s Equal Pay Act Seminar Friday, April 19 8–9:30 am, AGC Center Boardroom Featuring Schwabe Williamson & Wyatt Attorneys Amanda Gamblin and Annyika Corbett and Jennifer Murphy of
AGC strongly encourages your participation in the ongoing statewide off-road diesel inventory, should you be contacted by Easter Research Group about your diesel fleet. You can view the original letter
Join us for libations, nourishment, and networking! While attending the AGC of America Convention, in Denver, Colorado, you and your spouse/guest are invited to the AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter Reception.