GHCA welcomes the year with lots of great events and wonderful opportunities to expand your network and acquire the tools to grow your business! If you haven't register yet for our next event do so now! 
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We have many reasons to celebrate: The goals achieved in 2018, the beginning of the New Year and our 7th Anniversary! We would like to invite you to join us at Improve USA for a SPECIAL EDITION of our bi-monthly MEET & GREET ! Connect with the construction community in Georgia including a wide variety of industry professionals, contractors, suppliers, corporate and community partners and celebrate with us seven years  of accomplishments.
You don't want to miss this spectacular celebration!
Enjoy complimentary appetizers and drinks. We will carry raffles throughout the night. Free access to parking.


Winter weather presents hazards including slippery roads/surfaces, strong winds and environmental cold. Employers must prevent illnesses, injuries, or fatalities, by controlling these hazards in workplaces impacted by winter weather.
OSHA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ( NOAA) are working together on a public education effort aimed at improving the way people prepare for and respond to  severe weather. This page is designed to help businesses and their workers prepare for winter weather, and to provide information about hazards that workers may face during and after winter storms.

To prevent slips, trips, and falls, employers should clear snow and ice from walking surfaces, and spread deicer, as quickly as possible after a winter storm. When walking on snow or ice is unavoidable workers should be trained to:
  • Wear footwear that has good traction and insulation (e.g. insulated and water resistant boots or rubber over-shoes with good rubber treads)
  • Take short steps and walk at a slower pace to react quickly to changes in traction
OSHA's Hazard Alert and  winter weather webpages provide guidance to employers on how to prevent serious injuries and fatalities. Employers should consider options to avoid working on roofs or elevated heights, plan ahead for safe snow removal and must:
  • Provide required fall protection and training when working on the roof or elevated heights
  • Ensure ladders are used safely (e.g. clearing snow and ice from surfaces)
  • Use extreme caution when working near power lines
  • Prevent harmful exposure to cold temperatures and physical exertion
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Únase con nosotros el Jueves 31 de Enero, en un Webinar totalmente libre de costo, donde Stacy compartira todo su conocimiento y nos dara una amplia sesion acerca de como procesar la registracion de un negocio para que pueda alcanzar ventaja, ser mucho mas competitivo, y que usted pueda construir una organizacion capaz de obtener resultados!  Haga clic aqui para registarse

La Academia de Negocios 2019 es un programa diseñado por la Asociacion Hispana de Construcción de Georgia dirigido para los dueños de compañias que planeen establecer o crecer su negocio de manera estructurada. Los instructores son expertos en el area de construcción que compartirán sus conocimientos y experiencias en un ambiente de colaboración y apoyo.  No se puede perder este Programa que consiste en ocho sesiones que se llevarán a cabo todos los Martes desde el 5 de Febrer o al 26 de Marzo de 6:00 pm a 8:30 pm. Llame al 404-229-8070 o Registrese aqui

Contacte a Expoconstruccion/expodiseño 2019, y sea parte de este gran evento! La plataforma comercial especializada mas descatada del sector.  Haga clic aqui para registrarse

We want to say thank you to all our new members for placing your trust in our organization! Please let us know how we can help your construction business get to the next level!  You can always reach out to us at 404-229-8070 or send us an email at
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