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April 22-28, 2012
Stand Down Focuses on
Highway Work Zones
What is a Stand Down?
Companies who know the value of safety training, use a Safety Stand Down to stop all work and provide a focused safety meeting on one particular topic. These types of meetings provides effective communication of safety policies, goals and expectations through all levels of a team.
OSHA believes there is tremendous value in committing 30 minutes to one hour of your day's work to talk about safety, leading to increased employee safety morale. Stopping to talk about safety brings it to the forefront of everyone's mind!
It's easy to participate!!!
You can register your company to participate in the Stand Down by emailing Cherri Watson at firstname.lastname@example.org. By registering you are committing your firm to conduct a Stand Down the week of April 22.
OSHA Struck By Alliance
AGC Georgia has been an active participant in the OSHA Struck By Alliance for three years. We are proud to offer this opportunity to enhance our members safety programs and encourage everyone to participate.
Alliance members are committed to sharing their expertise to help foster a culture of injury and illness prevention while sharing best practices and technical knowledge.
Contact Cherri Watson, Director of Safety, Education and Workforce Development for AGC Georgia for more information at 678-298-4104 and to register your firm to participate.