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GHS Training Deadline is Approaching

The deadline for having Global Harmonizing Training (GHS) completed for all employees is December 1, 2013. This updated system will provide a common and coherent approach to classifying chemicals and

Members Recognized for Service to the Chapter

Each year at the chapter Annual Business Meeting, awards are presented to members who have given extraordinary time and service to the chapter. As an association, the support and activity

Hess Receives AGCA’s Chair of the Year Award

AGC of America’s 2013 Chair of the Year Todd Hess, Todd Hess Building Company AGC of America National Convention, Las Vegas, Nevada Under Todd’s leadership, the Industry Recruiting Task Force

Young Worker Safety Video Contest Finalists

View top videos on YouTube Stories told through rap, humor, and other creative moviemaking are among the top videos in the Oregon Young Employee Safety Coalition (O[yes]) video contest. The

2014 Legislative Session Wrap-Up

AGC enjoyed a successful 2014 Oregon Legislative Session highlighted by the approval of several bills and appropriations that will help the construction sector grow. These include: additional investments in career

New Faces at AGC

AGC is pleased to announce three additions to the chapter staff. Please join us in welcoming them to the team! Ali Gadbaugh Membership Services Manager alig@agc-oregon.org, 503-685-8308 Born and raised

Oregon Contractors Take Top National Honors

Several chapter members received awards at the AGC of America national convention held in Las Vegas, Nev. last week. In addition to our members receiving safety awards, the following members

Chapter Members Win Big in Vegas

All Four Chapter Member are Winners in the CSEA Finals in Vegas Construction Safety and Excellent Awards were recently announced at the AGC of America Annual Convention in Las Vegas,

End of Short Session Coming Soon

Apprenticeship Bills Goes to the Governor The short February legislative session continues its march toward the finish line, with the constitutional deadline of March 9th drawing closer. This week the

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