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AGC of Washington Safety Resources
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Click here for the summary of requirements as of October 28, 2021.
July 2019: 3M DBI-SALA® Nano-Lok™ Edge and WrapBack Twin-Leg Self-Retracting Lifelines Recall > VIEW PDF
April 2018: Honeywell Hardhat Recall > VIEW PDF
April 2016: Miller MightyLite Leading-Edge Self-Retracting Lifelines > VIEW PDF
October 2015: Workman 30-ft. Self-Retracting Lanyard > VIEW PDF
October 2015: Workman 50-ft. Self-Retracting Lanyard > VIEW PDF
Click here to view/download a listing of our Toolbox Talks, provided to help meet your weekly safety-meeting needs (available in both English and Spanish languages).
Written as a Master’s Degree thesis by AGCW safety director Mandi Kime (CHST, B.S. & B.A., Central Washington University), this Mental-Health Best-Practice Guide is backed by member input to a construction-focused survey. Detailing eight practices that construction employers should consider, this is the first time, to our knowledge, that new data has been developed for mental health in construction that is completely accessible publicly.
In light of the new rules for confined spaces, AGC has developed a new plan/permit-form template (click here to download). This has been reviewed by the Dept. of Labor & Industries, and is ready for implementation.
Should you have any questions on the new rules or implementation of this policy, don’t hesitate to reach out to our Safety Services department at 206.284.0061.