• Safety Training Institute

  • Safety is everyone's business!  When something happens on a job site, it affects not only the individual but also every member of the building team—the building owner/developer, architect, subcontractors, and contractor alike.
    Create a culture of safety in your company operations.  It is an investment in the future of your firm and your employees. It can create healthier, more productive workers, decrease the likelihood of OSHA fines and costly litigation, and cut down on time loss and employee absences on your site.

    Need help in developing a safe work environment or need some safety advice? Contact Chris Ziegler, Director of Safety

    AGC MA Safety Institute is sponsored by : 

    AGC MA has regularly scheduled training programs and can tailor training to fit your firm's particular needs.

    • Training - join regularly scheduled training classes or have them tailored to fit your firm's needs
    OSHA 10-Hour classes held throughout the year

    OSHA 30-Hour classes held several times a year

    OSHA Training Institute courses held throughout the year
    OSHA 502: August 22-24, 2016
    OSHA 3015: Excavation, Trenching & Soil Mechanics: September 26-29, 2016
    OSHA 500: November 29-December 2, 2016

    For information on OTI classes, please contact Barbara Canoni


    • Consultations - sharpen your program OR institute a more progressive plan.
    • Inspections - on your job site anywhere in New England.
    • Emergency Action Plans - teach your site people the importance of an EAP.
    • Safety Committee - meet monthly with safety professionals to discuss issues and hear relevant presentations.
    • Safety Digest and Bulletins quarterly
    • And much more . . . 

    It's the law in Massachusetts. . . 10-hour OSHA safety training minimum for all employees on public sector job sites!

    Deadline February 3, 2016 National AGC Safety Awards

    It's time again for your firm to participate in the 2015 National Safety Awards (NASA).  

    Program Description

    The completed OSHA 300A Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses provide the information needed for contractor participation in the NASA program.  Information on days-away-from-work cases is found in section (H), fatality information can be obtained from the number of cases section(G), and the work hours can be found in the establishment information section.   
    What a Firm Must Do to Participate
    National AGC contractor and subcontractor members will receive a NASA form or application from their home AGC Chapter.  Transfer the appropriate information from the OSHA form 300A, including the work-hour data, to the NASA participant form or application and provide it to your local chapter by their deadline. (February 3, 2016)
    On the form, AGC of MA's chapter code is 23A.

    Please contact Barbara Canoni if you have any questions.

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