Environmental Compliance Website for Construction Going Strong Since Jan. 2015, AGC chapters and members have been accessing environmental compliance and green information on the newly updated Construction Industry Compliance Assistance
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Silica Guide From SAIF Corporation Overview and Applicability The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recently issued new rules to protect workers from occupational exposure to respirable crystalline silica.
Governor’s Occupational Safety and Health Conference March 6–9, 2017 Oregon Convention Center Award Categories Workplace Safety Program Association Safety Committee Safety and Health Advocate (Individual or Team) Safety and Health
The Hazard Source Workers using thermal cutting tools (e.g., an exothermic slice torch) to de-tension (or destress) cables embedded in concrete structures are exposed to lead and other hazardous metals.
Board of Directors Declares Two Dividends At a recent meeting of SAIF Corporation’s Board of Directors, the board reviewed SAIF’s financial results and declared dividends to be paid during October
A critical conversation… Oregon is a top 10 state for suicide The construction industry is #2 in suicide deaths per 100,000 employees, and #1 for number of employee deaths by
Employee Voter Registration Week: September 26–30, 2016 AGC of America, along with other industry groups across the country, will kick off Employee Voter Registration Week on September 26. The construction
Two-Thirds of Contractors Have a Hard Time Finding Qualified Craft Workers to Hire Amid Growing Construction Demand, National Survey Finds Demand, National Survey Finds Click graphics to view interactive version.
This fall, the Construction Engineering Management program at Oregon State’s College of Engineering will turn 50 and you are invited to join the School of Civil and Construction Engineering for
MSA recently learned that two lots of Advantage P100 Cartridges and one lot of Advantage GMAP100 Cartridges were packaged in plastic bags identified as containing GME-P100 Cartridges. Since the cartridges