The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) will hold its Safety & Health Conference in Denver July 19-21. Attendees will participate in the development of regulatory and legislative activity at both national and local levels, assist in the development and creation of new safety training programs and products and hear the latest initiatives from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and other industry experts.
The meeting is aimed at those who manage construction safety and health issues on either construction projects or at a corporate level.
Those who attend the meeting will also get the latest updates to regulations and OSHA activities; congressional activities directly affecting construction safety and health; participate on subcommittee and taskforce meetings on DOD, Utility Infrastructure, Highway & Transportation, and more; and take an active role in improving safety and health in the construction industry.
Find more information and/or register for the event on the AGC website. Cost for AGC members is $275; non-members pay $400.