AGC of Wisconsin is committed to developing and delivering the highest quality safety materials, education and awareness among construction employees by enhancing and sharing "best practices" to ensure a safer working environment and contributing to a positive image of the construction industry within our state.
Safety and the environment rank among the most important issues in the construction industry today. AGC of Wisconsin employs two full-time, professional safety directors to service the safety and environmental requirements of its members.
Safety & Environmental Resources
2019 SAFETY COMMITTEE CALENDAR
Thursday, October 3, 2019 (following the OSHA Workshop)
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
All meetings start at 10:00 A.M. and include lunch following!
AGC contractor member interested in joining the committee?
Contact Brent Miller, Phone: 608.221.3821
Looking for Safety DVD'S?
Electrical Safety for the Construction Worker DVD
This product enables field-level employees to recognize and promote safe electrical practices in and around the construction site. It addresses site-specific hazards and controls and provides real-world solutions.
Five Steps to a Successful Incident Investigation
Companies need guidance on how to investigate a job site accident properly. This program helps you better prepare contractors for investigating accidents on their jobsite, including root cause analysis. Accidents occur on construction jobsites every day. The failure of people, equipment, supplies, or surroundings causes most of them. Incident investigations determine how and why these failures occur. By using the information gained through an investigation, a similar, or perhaps more disastrous, accident may be prevented. It is important to conduct incident investigations with prevention in mind and not blame. Package includes a twenty-two minute DVD video and one booklet.
Getting the Job Done Safely: Worker Safety Orientation
This video (featured in English & Spanish) may be used to support worker orientation programs on most projects. It discusses the key elements employees must be aware of before starting their day onsite. Copyright 2009. This video is available for licensing
Hazard Communications Standards
This video can be used to train workers on the new labeling requirements and the new standardized Safety Data Sheet (SDS) format under OSHA’s revised Hazard Communication Standard. Copyright 2013.
Height Awareness: Fall Protection & Prevention
This program is designed to review the basics of OSHA's Fall Protection requirements. Understand the rules, know the available systems, and plan the work with proper fall protection in mind. (English & Spanish)
Job Hazard Analysis: A Blueprint for Success
This program explains and illustrates the need for thorough pre-task planning on a daily basis. By including "at risk" employees in the decision-making process, safety and productivity can be improved.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
This DVD helps prevent worker injuries by ensuring proper pre-planning and implementation of engineering and administrative controls prior to donning PPE. It offers procedures of choice and use of proper PPE during construction. Includes the latest ANSI guidelines and highlights latest available equipment and best practices for use.
Power and Hand Tool Safety
Protect workers from common everyday hazards created by the use of the hand and power tools with this great DVD. It features practical, safe application of common hand and power tools, including: electrical, pneumatic, gasoline, power activated, hand, battery operated and hydraulics tools.
Tool Box Safety Talks Compilation
This DVD contains over 2 hours of video (30 titles) of the most used Tool Box Safety Talks for construction jobs. You'll be able to select videos by title with just one click. Each video topic is an average of five minutes in length.
Topics include: Chemical Safety, Compressed Gas Safety, Construction Equipment Maintenance, Crane Signals, Cut-off Saw, Safety, Environmental Hazards, Eye & Face Protection, Fire Extinguisher Operation, Hand Protection, Foot Protection, Head Protection, Hearing Protection, Ladder Safety, Laser Safety, Power Actuated Tool Safety, Safety with Crane Rigging, Traffic Control, Warning Signs, Working around Carbon Monoxide, Working Around Construction Equipment Safely, Working Around High Voltage, Working Safely Around Explosives, Working Safely with Scaffolding.
Contact the AGC Office if you are interested in purchasing any of the
DVD's listed above. Ph: 608-221-3821