The AGC Safety committee is committed to providing the most up-to-date safety plans, templates and additional safety related material as possible. This material is intended to serve as a guideline for building your own comprehensive safety programs. The data will be gathered from multiple source experts across several industries within the state of Alaska. The safety committee will strive to update the information within this system as often as possible, but stresses the importance of checking programs for updates and regulation changes before implementing a safety program.
AGCAK Safety Committee Stand-Down Handout & Photo Contest!
Winner: Johnson River Enterprises, Inc. Runner up: Orion Marine Group
3rd Annual Safety Fair - August 1, 2018
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This database contains information and guidelines regarding safety plans and programs for construction projects. This database is not an exhaustive analysis of all plans or procedures involved in a construction project. This database cannot guarantee safety and is designed to serve as a model only. Contractors or other users should consult their contract and all other project specific information before using this database. This database should not be relied on as an alternative to advice from a qualified professional. The contractor must review this database carefully and should consult a professional to create the most effective safety standards and protocol for their project.
The Associated General Contractors of Alaska and its members and their employees are not responsible for, and expressly disclaim all liability for, damages of any kind arising out of use, reference to, or reliance on any information contained within this database. These databases are designed to offer guidance and information to contractors and other professionals. It is the responsibility of the contractor to use this database correctly and determine whether there have been any updates or changes to safety regulations from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, State or local government agencies, or changes to State or Federal law. This database is not to be viewed as legal advice and is not intended as a substitute for professional services and advice. This database by itself will not fulfill all safety related obligations.
The Associated General Contractors of Alaska and their members and their employees specifically disclaim all warranties, express or implied. Users will assume all liability with respect to the use of this database.