AGC of Washington is the commercial construction industry’s recognized leader in jobsite safety. Our safety services are designed to ensure that AGC member companies have all the resources needed to create and maintain safe working environments that exceed industry standards.

Programs and services include AGC Safety Team®, safety forums, safety audits, resource library, health and safety training, crisis-management assistance and more. Click links at left for more info.

 

Summer Safety Stats

Summer presents its own unique safety challenges. Click here and take a look at our Summer Safety Statistics infographic poster.

 

100 Days of Summer

AGC's new 100 Days of Summer safety-awareness campaign is underway and focuses, as the name implies, on many safety tips that are particularly relevant during the very active summer months. The program will be discussed at all of our upcoming Safety Forum events statewide.

Click here for the 11x17 poster to help you promote awareness, and click the desired Toolbox Talk sheet below:

- Caught-In/Struck-By

- Complacency

- Dehydration

- Electricity

- Eye Protection

- Fall Protection - Equipment

- Fall Protection - Prevention

- Fire Hazards

- Heat Stress

- Ladder Safety

- Personal Health

- Personal Risk

- Stress

- Vehicle Safety

...Let's keep it safe out there!

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Announcements
Hazard Orientation & Labor Orientation (HOLE)

The HOLE video project is a state-of-the-art training program that covers the hazards and basic safeguards of underground construction. Developed by AGC of Washington with Northwest Laborers Employers Training Trust Fund and Integrity Safety Services through a grant from the Department of Labor and Industries, the training is free for all employers. More info here.

 

Washington Stay-at-Work Program

An incentive to help injured workers stay on the job: Stay at Work is a new financial incentive that encourages employers to bring their injured workers quickly and safely back to light-duty or transitional work by reimbursing them for a portion of their costs. Eligible employers can be reimbursed for 50% of the base wages the employer paid to the injured worker and for some of the cost of training, tools or clothing the worker will need to do the light-duty or transitional work.

Bringing down costs and speeding recovery: The purpose of this new incentive is to encourage more employers to return their injured workers to light-duty or transitional jobs with the doctor's approval. This medical best practice can help the worker recover, and it also can reduce costs for the employer.

For more information:

www.lni.wa.gov/ClaimsIns/Insurance/Injury/StayAtWork/default.asp

www.lni.wa.gov/main/stayatwork/

 

It Happened By Choice video now on sale

This is Russ Youngstrom’s moving and personal tale about how choices on the jobsite can change lives forever. His message is for all workers to make the right choices and be personally responsible for safety. Make this important video part of your company’s safety training; it could save a life. Proceeds from the sale of the video benefit AGC’s Safety Services Department to enhance safety services. Cost is $175. Contact Penny Schmitt to order. Watch the YouTube trailer.

 

Hearing-conservation video is available

AGC’s hearing-conservation video, produced by Integrity Safety Services, features presentations from AGC members on engineering techniques to reduce damaging noises on the jobsite. Contact Penny Schmitt for your complementary copy.

 

AGC Safety Services Department
Staff Contacts
Mandi Kime  Safety Services Director
Randy Guzman  Assistant Safety Services Director
Andrew Ledbetter  Safety Specialist
Penny Schmitt  Safety Assistant

Phone 206.284.0061 or 800.562.2868
Fax 206.285.4546

 

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If your company is doing something great in safety, SPEAK UP! We love to recognize all our members
for their efforts!
Email Mandi Kime.
Construction Advisory Committee
The CAC is designed to promote safety on Washington’s worksites through interaction of labor, business and L&I. For more information about the CAC, please click here.


 

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