The Oregon Region recently received several safety program recognition awards from the Associated General Contractors’ (AGC) Oregon-Columbia and National Chapters for its work last year.
The Oregon Region captured its eighth consecutive AGC PRIDE award and a second-place Recognition of Safety Excellence (ROSE) award in the Heavy Division through the Oregon-Columbia Chapter.
The AGC Safety PRIDE (Program Recognition Indicating Dedication & Excellence) designation recognizes members willing to continuously improve and who are innovative industry leaders in safety. This award is also recognized by OR-OSHA under the Focused Inspections in Construction Program Directive.
The ROSE award recognizes chapter leaders who demonstrate safety excellence and is the initial step to participating in the AGC of America’s CSEA competition.
The Oregon Region was also selected to compete at the national level for the Construction Safety Excellence Award (CSEA) award at the 98th Annual AGC National Convention in Las Vegas and took home second place in the respective Heavy Division work hours category. The CSEA award recognizes construction companies with outstanding safety, health and risk management programs at the national level.