AGC OF INDIANA SAFETY SPOTLIGHT
The AGC of Indiana Safety Spotlight is delivered to AGCI members who subscribe - highlighting safety information to share with your team. 
ROSE SPOTLIGHT: HAGERMAN CONSTRUCTION
Congratulations to Hagerman Group our AGCI July 2019 Safety ROSE Recognition recipient. Learn more below about how their commitment to partner communication
improves their job site safety culture.
TELL US YOUR SAFETY STORY
The AGCI Rose Recognition of Safety Excellence is not an award, but an opportunity for AGCI members to showcase stories of safety for the purposes of learning and recognition. All AGC of Indiana members are eligible for recognition under the ROSE program. Applicants will be highlighted in the AGCI Newsletter and at the AGCI Annual Meeting. . Download the Application.
AGCI SAFETY TOOL BOX TALK LIBRARY
AGC of Indiana is pleased to provide members with Safety Tool Box Resources.
Cell Phone Use: Cell phone use increases by the millions each year. People of all ages use them for business, pleasure, entertainment, and for emergencies. Many cell phones now offer features that let you take pictures, play games, watch videos, and even listen to music. Although cell phones often make our lives easier and more practical, they can become a serious safety concern.  Learn more.
Causes of Falls: When we think about falls many of us automatically envision falling from a great height. This kind of fall is, of course, very dangerous and most often fatal, and we need to take every precaution to prevent such an occurrence. Today however, our safety meeting will concentrate on the common, everyday hazards that cause slips, trips and falls on the jobsite. Let’s review some of the circumstances that can cause falls and the measures you should be taking to reduce the number of slips, trips, and falls on this job.  Learn more .


AGC OF AMERICA HOSTS ADVANCE SAFETY TRAINING COURSE
This unique three-day course provides construction safety and health professionals with the next-level knowledge required to successfully manage a company-wide safety program.
 
Moving beyond the basics of Focus Four training, AGC’s Advanced Safety Management Training Program will give participants a more holistic view of safety’s role in project and company success, as well as advanced tactics and best practices for managing all aspects of a corporate safety program.Participants will also focus on the importance of “selling” safety throughout the organization and methods to generate buy–in from different audiences. Learn more.