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2012 National Work Zone Awareness Survey

AGC of America annually participates in the National Work Zone Awareness Week to highlight the dangers to construction workers and motorists from not obeying speed limits and not being alert in highway construction work zones. This year’s National Work Zone Awareness Week is scheduled for April 22–28, with the theme Don’t Barrel Through Work Zones.

To get a better handle on the impact of vehicle crashes on AGC member work sites, this survey was prepared. Please take a few minutes to complete and submit the survey. AGCA will be releasing the survey results as part of the Work Zone Awareness Week events.

Please contact Brian Deery at AGC of America, 703-837-5319, if you have questions.

We encourage Oregon-Columbia Chapter members to participate! Click here to access the survey.


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