The Associated General Contractors Oregon-Columbia Chapter (AGC) and SAIF announced today a $1,474,314 retrospective return for the 619 companies who participated in the AGC/SAIF group workers’ compensation program during 2020–2021.
How to help construction employees be resilient Employees who feel safe and are mentally well also perform better on the job and are less likely to get physically injured. Grief.
During a webinar with Oregon employers on March 22, the Oregon Health Authority released a comprehensive “employer toolkit” designed to help you communicate important information about vaccines to your workers,
(Salem, OR) — Governor Kate Brown today announced that all Oregonians over the age of 16 will be eligible to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine on April 19. The
By Barb Epstien, MPH, CIH Industrial Hygienist Everyone’s probably familiar with the “Focus Four” construction safety program, right? It’s been around for 25 years and targets the top four fatal
There’s still time to join this important campaign to raise awareness of the safety, effectiveness, and benefits of COVID-19 vaccination among construction workers. Participating is simple – encourage your members
Complete the 2021 HCSS and AGC of America Highway Work Zone Safety Survey and Help Protect Highway Workers AGC of America and our survey partner, HCSS are asking all highway
Written by Barb Epstien, MPH, CIH Industrial Hygienist For many companies, managing COVID-19 risks has included prolonged building closures, and many in-person operations have been brought to a halt. Building
This morning, we received the following information from Kevin Cannon, AGC of America’s director of Safety and Health Services: “We are well aware of the updated CDC guidance and the
You are invited to review and comment on the draft 2021 Oregon Transportation Safety Action Plan. As you are most likely aware, this draft plan is aimed at helping Oregon