More Resources—Safety & Health
Green Building Safety: Free Curriculum & Videos - Safety professionals aren’t yet aware of all the emerging green building systems. This curriculum gives safety professionals the opportunity to learn about the what, when, where and why of these systems, supporting stronger preventative action when setting up site safety plans. Designed for Safety professionals, this material provides insight into new components of a green building that saves energy, generates power, collects water, treats waste, enhances biodiversity and does so as part of a building or its site. This project was funded by a Washington State Department of Labor and Industries Safety and Health Investment Projects (SHIP) grant with support from Construction Center of Excellence, AGC of Washington and its AGC Education Foundation, Sellen Construction, and other partners.
Green Building Safety: Free App for Tool Box Talks - A bilingual Construction Safety "Tool Box Talk" App with visual content, that include standard construction safety, images of construction sequencing, green building safety, job site behavior, and safety for young workers. This app also integrates a jobsite sign in and summary report component to help make the weekly safety meeting easier and paperless. Available in App stores for all major smart phones and tablets. This project was funded by a Washington State Department of Labor and Industries Safety and Health Investment Projects (SHIP) grant with support from Construction Center of Excellence, AGC of Washington and its AGC Education Foundation, Sellen Construction, and other partners.
NIOSH Publication on Construction
OSHA Compliance Assistance
for the Construction Industry
All About OSHA.This booklet provides a general overview of basic topics related to OSHA and how it operates. Information provided does not determine compliance responsibilities under OSHA standards or the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (OSH Act).
Asbestos Standard for
the Construction Industry (OSHA 3096, revised 2002)
Concrete and Masonry Construction (OSHA 3106, Revised: 1998)
Managing Your Environmental Responsibilities (MYER) - A Planning Guide
for Construction and Development This document explains in detail
the environmental obligations that construction companies can face
across the various federal laws (stormwater, air, wetlands, waste...).
Use it to factor in costs during the bidding process, assign responsibilities
and use the checklists to self-audit.