AGC of Ohio’s Membership Directory & Resource Guide is published in the Spring and includes AGC of Ohio member listings and Classifieds, membership and business resources information, and other matters of interest to commercial contractors.
Build Ohio Preview is published in the Fall. Entries in AGC of Ohio’s Build Ohio awards competition are highlighted and regular articles include the President’s Message, Around the Statehouse, AGC Chapter Corner, and Jobs in Progress, which highlights members’ construction projects that are underway.
Government Affairs Update provides information about government related matters of interest to the commercial building industry and AGC’s advocacy efforts. More Info
Safety Updates are sent electronically on a regular basis, informing members of safety-related news, including OSHA regulatory and enforcement activities, construction safety tips and advice, equipment recalls, and AGC of Ohio safety meeting and event notices. More Info
Listen to ConstructorCast Podcast for all the Important Details; Info courtesy of AGC of America As of Feb. 7, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires all contractors to evaluate crane operators under the new final rule regulating crane operator qualification and evaluation. AGC of America spent nearly 16 years working with OSHA under three different presidential administrations to make this rule less burdensome and provide the greatest positive safety impact possible. The latest episode of ConstructorCast covers…Read More
Last year, the Ohio Equal Opportunity Division (EOD) announced that it would be graduating EDGE participants according to its time limit policy; the division also indicated that a list of graduating EDGE participants would be posted to educate those who may use them on their projects. AGC of Ohio has been informed that companies expiring in 2018 are granted until 10/01/2019 to ensure their affairs were in order before their EDGE certification is ended. OED will put out a list…Read More
Take action to scare up hazards and find the best ways to control them. • Conduct safety walk-arounds to systematically identify and address workplace hazards. Check out the Safe + Sound Campaign resources, Walk-Arounds for Safety Officers and Safety Walk-Arounds for Managers, for tips on making yours effective. • Hone your observation skills to identify and assess hazards in your workplace. Watch the Campbell Institute’s webinar, Visual Literacy: How ‘Learning to See’ Benefits Occupational Safety. • Engage your workers and…Read More