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Who’s Coming to the Annual Business Meeting?

Who’s Coming to the Annual Business Meeting?

ABM_jan2014 logo_300x181Happy New Year!

The AGC Oregon-Columbia Chapter’s 2015 Annual Business Meeting is just around the corner. Next week, to be exact, on January 16 at the Hilton Vancouver Washington. If you have yet to register, now is your chance!

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[clear]Charting A Path Toward Renewed Growth

The Annual Business Meeting is designed to achieve several goals: first, to provide you with a forum to share and discuss information that will help your company stay competitive in challenging times; second, to celebrate our many successes and accomplishments of the past year; and third, to look forward to the year ahead with a sound strategy of purpose and collective goals.

We will celebrate the ever-improving safety records of our members, and recognize the diverse interests of the construction industry that make our association vibrant and productive.

Business to BusinessNEW THIS YEAR!

9 am–12 pm– Vendor Show BUY AGC!

Everyone knows that most business is conducted through well-established relationships. Leverage your next business connection by building stronger partnerships within AGC. Spend the morning at the 2015 Annual Business Meeting networking with members and Buy AGC!

Interested in being a vendor at the vendor show? Complete the ABM 2015 Sponsor/Vendor Form and return to AGC by Friday, January 9.

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Brett Phillips, Keynote speaker for the 2015 Annual Business Meeting
Brett Phillips, Keynote speaker for the 2015 Annual Business Meeting

Building A Mature Safety Culture
Brett Phillips
, LEED® AP, Principal Consultant with EORM, providing Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability Services

It’s easy to make and enforce new safety rules, but many organizations never figure out how to make the new rules “stick.” This presentation will demonstrate a model of how organizational safety culture grows, evolving from focus on compliance, to pride in continuous improvement, and finally to instinctual recognition of organizational values. This model gives valuable directions to leaders with cues for stimulating timely change. The discussion will include an overview of how leading companies can spread their internal safety culture throughout partners in local industries that support their core business, such as construction and facilities maintenance contractors.

For a bio of Brett Phillips, click here.

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A full agenda is available on the webpage.

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[hr] Hotel Information

Hilton Vancouver Washington
301 W Sixth Avenue
Vancouver, Washington

A limited number of rooms have been set aside for AGC. To make your hotel reservation: email Christina Devlin or call 503-685-8316.

[hr] Thank You to Our Sponsors!

Safety Awards Lunch Sponsor
Safety Awards Lunch Sponsor

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Sponsorships are still available.

Contact Christina Devlin, 503-685-8316, or signup to be a sponsor today!

ABM 2015 Sponsor/Vendor Form

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