Winners of the chapter safety awards are determined by comparing the injury incident rate of each company. The injury incident rate is based on the number of injury cases a firm experiences during the award year, as it relates to the total amount of work hours generated. Awards are broken into two categories, General Contractor and Specialty Contractor, which are divided into divisions based on the total work hours. Click here for a list of 2016 award winners.
National AGC Safety Awards Program
The National AGC Safety Award (NASA) program has been an ongoing effort since 1991 to offer AGC members an opportunity to evaluate their safety record. NASA compares an AGC member’s safety record with other AGC members according to the member size and construction type. Additionally, NASA provides a great opportunity for contractor members who have excellent safety records to compete for nationally recognized awards. Click here for a list of 2016 award winners.
Construction Safety Excellence Awards Program
The purpose of the Construction Safety Excellence Award (CSEA) is to recognize AGC member companies who excel at safety performance. The review will examine each applicant’s commitment to safety and occupational health management and risk control. Unlike other safety awards programs that limit the criteria to injury and illness frequency rates, the CSEA selection process is considerably more comprehensive. After the initial review judging, the finalists in each divisional category are notified and will compete at the AGC-A's Annual Convention. The winners, including the grand award winner, will then be announced at the Willis Safety Awards Breakfast which takes place during the convention. View the 2017 CSEA Winners