Safety Resources AGC provides a vast array of safety resources that provide members the competitive advantage. Whether you need basic safety advice, access to information, sample programs and policies, a sounding board for ideas, or connections to peers and professionals, look to AGC to get the job done. Safety Services Available Directly From AGC Safety Council Participation Safety Newsletters from the Rogue Valley Safety Committee 2016 Summer (First Edition) 2016 Summer (Second Edition) 2016 Fall/Winter 2017 Spring Safety Best Practices 2017 AGC/NWUCA Safety Forum AGCA Construction Safety Excellence Awards (noteworthy program elements by the presenters during final competition). 2017 CSEA (WillisTowersWatson Safety Management Showcase) 2016 CSEA Jobsite Poster Packets – Oregon employers are required by a number of state and federal agencies to display a variety of workplace notices and posters. Typically these notices must be posted in a conspicuous place where employees may regularly view them. Employers with more than one work location are generally required to display these posters at each worksite. To order, contact the AGC office, 503-682-3363 or 800-826-6610. Safety Hardhat Decals – Step Up on Ladder Safety and Prevent Falls – Contact a safety management consultant or Eliot Lapidus, safety and health manager Sample Safety Policies – 30+ policies developed by the AGC safety team, accessible via AGC SafetyPLUS, (or contact an AGC safety management consultant). AGC SafetyPLUS – Online safety management system – free basic subscription Tool Box Talks – Accessible via AGC SafetyPLUS resources Succeed University – Risk management-based, hosted by Succeed Management Services AGC of America Safety and Health Services Other Quick and Helpful Resources OR-OSHA Program Directive A-264 – Focused Inspections in Construction – Refers to AGC Safety PRIDE Program Oregon OSHA Construction Depot publication USACE EM 385-1-1 revision 2014 – Safety and Health Requirements Manual Links for regulatory agencies, local involvement, and activities As a courtesy we have also compiled a list of frequently used external links for regulatory agencies, local involvement, and activities. Associations, Foundations, Trade Groups AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Willamette-Columbia Chapter Center for Research on Occupational and Environmental Toxicology (CROET) National Safety Council (NSC) Other Resources Construction Industry Crime Prevention Program Galson Labs – Laboratory Analytical Testing National Resource Safety Center Network of Employers for Traffic Safety Pacific NW Section – American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) Safety Online SAIF Corporation Regulatory Local NW Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Oregon Department of Consumer & Business Services (DCBS) Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) Oregon Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OR-OSHA) OR-OSHA’s Fall Protection Guide for the Construction Industry OR-OSHA’s PESO Publication (English/Spanish) OSHA Training Institute, Region X OR-OSHA’s News Oregon Utility Safe Digging Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) Ergonomic Standards Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) Services Washington Utility Safe Digging Guide Regulatory Federal eLaws (U.S. Department of Labor) Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Federal OSHA Federal OSHA Noise and Hearing Conservation Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA) National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH) U.S. Army Corps of Engineers EM_385-1-1 U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) Related Resources Focus on Safety AGC has a variety of safety services available. Let us put our expertise to work for you. Put us to work for you! » Safety & Health Council Learn safety tips, best practices, and ideas from the safety industry. Attend a council meeting » AGC’s Education & Training Overview AGC offers numerous safety training and certification programs designed to help contractors improve safety and reduce accidents, meet OSHA requirements, and meet the education needs of the construction industry. See our event calendar for upcoming classes » Need more information? Contact Eliot Lapidus, safety and health manager, for more information.