NGA supports Construction Safety Week

NGA supports Construction Safety Week
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Date: 3 May 2021

In recognition of Construction Safety Week, acknowledged annually during the first week of May, NGA provides information to support education and awareness surrounding construction site safety.

This year’s theme is “Holistic Safety - Be Present. Be Focused. Be Safe.”

Construction Safety Week was established in 2014 jointly by the Construction Industry Safety Initiative (CISI) group and the Incident and Injury Free (IFF) CEO Forum as an encouragement for people, companies and industries to work together to ensure safety is the foundation of our work.

NGA is pleased to share some of its resources that support a safer, more mindful construction industry, available for download in the NGA Store.



Share how you’re promoting and engaging in construction safety methods using #ConstructionSafetyWeek on social media. Follow @SafetyWeek_2021 on Twitter for more tips.

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Dan Wood
Wed, 05/05/2021 - 15:34

It is possible to reduce your overall construction costs and prevent litigation costs and attorney fees by providing proper safety training to your employees. According to local law, 196 in NYC workers are required to complete a certain amount of safety training hours. The most convenient way for a worker to receive a combined 40 hours of training is to complete a 30 Hour OSHA training program, an 8 Hour Fall Prevention Course (Online), and a 2 Hour Drug and Alcohol Awareness Course (Online) or