Both AGC Georgia members and non-members can take advantage of the many safety training opportunities offered in a classroom setting throughout the year covering both basic and more advanced safety, health and environmental topics. Each of these classes, taught by experienced and qualified instructors, are designed to help make your jobsites safer and ensure the safety and well-being of your workforce.
While the majority of classes are held at AGC Georgia's training facility in Atlanta, safety courses are offered around the state. When sufficient demand exists within a region for a specific safety topic, AGC Georgia will organize a local class. Also, in response to a member request, we often arrange to have safety training delivered to a company’s office exclusively for their employees. For assistance with private classes, please contact Cindy Parham at 678.298.4112 or email@example.com
Safety training topics include some of the following:
View Calendar for upcoming safety classes with course descriptions, flyers and fee information.
- OSHA Subpart CC-Crane Standard
- Scaffold Safety - Competent Person Training
- Fall Protection - Competent Person Training
- Steel Erection - Competent Person Training
- OSHA 10 and 30 Hour for Construction
- First Aid/CPR
- Trenching & Excavation - Competent Person Training
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Individuals enrolled in the Chapter’s Young Leadership Program receive a 10% discount on most classroom training and member firms participating in the Chapter’s worker’s compensation program can send their employees to most safety classes at no charge.
For further information about safety training services provided by AGC Georgia, please contact Rob McKinney, Director of Safety Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
or Cindy Parham, Education Coordinator, at email@example.com
, or you can call 678.298.4100 to reach the office.
AGC of America offers two, three-day safety training programs, one teaching basic skills needed to manage a safety management program and the other providing a more advanced training experience. Learn more at agc.org