Safety & Health Council AGC Safety & Health Council activities include educational opportunities on best safety practices, construction safety information, peer-to-peer networking, safety awards programs, and reviewing and recommending safety-related regulatory and legislative direction for the Oregon-Columbia Chapter. For the latest in COVID-19 information, click here. Meetings are held every other month in the Portland Metro area. Any employee from any AGC member is invited to attend and participate. Council Charter COVID-19 Safety Training AGC’s self-directed, online tool offers instruction for social distancing officers as well as job site planning and disinfecting best practices. The course is available indefinitely and can be taken at any time, from any place. Employees can complete the training on a job site with internet connection, an office, or the comfort of home. Click here for more information. Council Leadership Chair: Michelle Brunetto, Bremik Construction Vice Chair: Brian McMuldren, Western Partitions, Inc. Staff Liaison: Nick Naramore, 503-789-6992 2020 Council Calendar February 18: Council Meeting, 7 am, AGC Center, Wilsonville: Contractor Risk March 3: Networking Happy Hour with Speaker on STS-C, 5 pm, Kell’s Irish Pub April 9: Council Meeting, 7am, Call-In Only: VIRTUAL Town Hall Discussion on COVID-19 Job Site Safety & Health Best Practices July 23: Council Meeting, 7 am, ONLINE Livestream: The Changing Landscape of Workplace Drug Testing September 17: Council Meeting, 7 am, AGC Center, Wilsonville: Mental Health and Suicide Prevention November 19: Networking Happy Hour, year end recap with speaker on workers’ compensation, 5 pm, Lucky Lab Beer Hall AGC/NWUCA Safety & Health Forum Best Practices 2019 Best Safety Practice Topics: Developing Safe Workforce Supervisors Return-To-Work: Employer & Employee Responsibilities New Crane Rule: What You Need to Know Effectively Managing OSHA Inspections View 2019 best practices 2018 Best Safety Practice Topics: Employer Liability: Subcontractor Management Silica Management 811 Call Before You Dig: Fleet Safety Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing View 2018 best practices 2017 Best Safety Practice Topics: Drug Testing: New Rules Silica Management: Getting Ready for 2018 Patient Centered Care of Oregon’s Injured Workers Emergency Preparedness Managing Injury Claims and Return-to work OSHA Rules Update, What You Should Know View best practices Southern Oregon Safety & Health Council The Rogue Valley Safety & Health Committee is currently undergoing redesign and development. Representatives or safety contacts from general contractors, subcontractors, and associates of all sizes are welcome and encouraged to participate. If you are interested in participating in this committee and future meetings, contact John Jean, AGC safety management consultant, or call 541-613-6859. Southern Oregon Construction Safety Forum Newsletters 2020 Summer 2020 Spring 2019 Summer/Fall 2019 Winter 2018 Fall 2018 Summer 2018 Spring 2018 Winter 2017 Summer/Fall 2017 Summer 2017 Spring 2016 Fall/Winter 2016 Summer (Third Edition) 2016 Summer (Second Edition) 2016 Summer (First Edition) Related Resources Safety Training AGC offers safety training and certification programs designed to help contractors improve safety, reduce accidents, and meet OSHA requirements. See event calendar for upcoming classes » Safety Management Services AGC employs a team of nine safety professionals across the state that provides a wealth of expertise in safety and health related services unequaled in the construction industry. Put us to work for you! » Safety Meeting App With the AGC Safety Meeting App, you can manage your workplace safety more efficiently Check out our new app » Need more information? Contact Nick Naramore, council staff liaison, for more information.