Ohio Construction Safety Excellence Awards (CSEA) recognizes companies’ overall safety program. It has a comprehensive application process that considers company management commitment, active employee participation, safety training, work site hazard identification and control, and safety program innovation. The AGC of Ohio award entry categories include: Building (GC Only), Heavy, Specialty Contractor, and Construction Management. The national deadline has past, but AGC of Ohio will accept entries through January 26; entrants must use this form. The entry fee is $50, and winning companies receive a green marble brick with a yellow hard hat during the AGC of Ohio Safety Luncheon. Access entry form here.
National AGC Safety Awards (NASA) allows AGC contractor members to compare their safety statistics others of similar size and type and honors companies with low incidence rates. There is no cost to participate, and it only takes 5 minutes to fill out the entry tabulation form with your completed OSHA Form 300A Summary of Work-Related Injuries and Illnesses. Companies must participate in the NASA program for three consecutive years to be eligible for an award (2015, 2016, 2017 to be eligible for receive an award in 2018). If you have not entered those years, now is a great time to start so your company can be eligible in the future. Companies with zero incidence rates or rates 25 percent below their division average will receive Certificates of Commendation during the AGC of Ohio Safety Luncheon. Click here for more information; complete the entry tabulation form here.
Questions? Contact Andrea Ashley at AGC of Ohio:
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