AGC of America & AGC Georgia Safety Awards 

AGC Georgia members can participate in AGC of America’s NASA Safety Award program. It provides an opportunity for general and specialty contractors to compare their safety records against national averages and with contractors of similar size and who perform similar types of construction. When AGC Georgia members submit their nomination to the NASA program, they are also considered for our chapter level safety awards. 

On average, 60 AGC Georgia member firms participate in these programs. Firms recognized by AGC of America and/or AGC Georgia for safety excellence are presented their awards at our annual convention in June of each year.



Member firms received AGC of America and AGC Georgia Safety Awards at the Annual Convention on Hilton Head Island this past June.

NASA Program Criteria
AGC of America Safety Awards Criteria
  1. AGC members receive a National AGC Safety Award (NASA) by meeting the following criteria:
    • Home chapter is AGC Georgia; and
    • Participated in NASA Program for 3 consecutive years

  2. AGC members receive an AGC of America Zero Incidence Rate Award by meeting the following criteria:
    • Same as #1; and
    • Zero lost work day cases for 2016

  3. AGC members receive an AGC of America Certificate of Commendation for 25% Below Division Incidence Rate by meeting the following criteria:
    • Same as #1; and
    • 25% below divisions’ average for 2016


Member firms received AGC Georgia Safety Awards at the Annual Convention on Hilton Head Island this past June.


AGC Georgia Safety Award Criteria
AGC Georgia members receive an AGC Georgia Safety Award by meeting the following criteria:
  • AGC Georgia member with jobsite labor
  • Zero lost work day cases for 2016
 
View winners of AGC Georgia and AGC of America’s NASA program for calendar year 2015.