Safety Leadership Award
Building on the success of the supervisor safety certificate program, members of AGC Georgia's Safety and Health Committee believe a construction firm is accident-free because of how well a field supervisor manages their jobsite. To bring even greater awareness to the vital role field supervisors play in the commercial construction industry, and honor the best of the best, AGC Georgia proudly introduces the Safety Leadership Award.
This new award will be presented annually to one field supervisor, employed by an AGC Georgia general contractor or specialty contractor firm, who manages a project site with no loss-time accidents or recordables, and demonstrates commitment to:
- Providing a Safe Work Environment
- Uncompromising Leadership
- Building a Safety Culture
- Caring for and Respecting Fellow Workers
Beginning with the inaugural winner in 2017, each Safety Leadership Award winner will be honored during a series of regional ceremonies held in conjunction with Members First meetings hosted around the state or at a metro Atlanta event designed specifically to recognize all Ron Amerson Supervisors' Safety Award recipients.
To be eligible for the Safety Leadership award, a supervisor's employer must be an AGC Georgia member in good standing. Additionally, employers with a willful violation or occupational-related fatality during calendar year 2018 are not eligible to nominate anyone for the Safety Leadership Award.
2018 Safety Leadership Award Nomination Form
Congratulations to Bo Webb, Choate Construction Company of Atlanta, for receiving the
2018 Ron Amerson Safety Leadership Award!
Bo Webb receives a flag to fly or hang on his jobsite for his commitment to building a safety culture through leadership, commitment, and care.
View Bo's entry form.
In keeping with tradition since 2001, AGC Georgia will continue to award Ron Amerson Supervisors' Safety Award certificates to hundreds of deserving superintendents and foremen nominated by their employers for having no lost-time accidents and recordables for 2018. Nominations to the ongoing supervisor safety award certificate program are handled by a separate entry process.