Region 2 - Alliance Annual Report - April 3, 2008
Lehigh Construction Group, Inc.
Alliance Annual Report
I. Alliance Background
May 15, 2003
November 2, 2004
April 4, 2007
Providing high school and collegiate level construction students with information, guidance, and training in the area of construction safety and health.
Implementation Team Members
Gordon DeLeys, Buffalo Area OSHA Office
Tom Glomb, Vice-President, Lehigh Construction Group, Inc.
12/10/07 to 04/03/08
II. Implementation Team Meetings
III. Events and Products
Training and Education
- 03/24-25/08: Conducted a 10-hour Construction Industry class at Alfred State University College of Technology for 16 students
- 03/26-27/08: Conducted a 10-hour Construction Industry class for the Seneca Nation of Indians with 45 students completing the class
Outreach and Communication
- 02/06/08: Outreach to two building trades classes at Genesee BOCES in Batavia, NY
- 03/05/08: Outreach to two building trades classes at Mount Morris BOCES in Mount Morris, NY
Promoting the National Dialogue on Workplace Safety and Health
- 4/21/08: Tom Glomb, VP Lehigh, appeared with Art Dube on the local NBC affiliate station, WGRZ-TV, to promote the national kickoff of the Teen Summer Job Safety Campaign. Local kickoff was at a residential construction site where Genesee Valley BOCES students are constructing a house.
|Type of Activity (Conference, Training,
Print and Electronic Distribution, etc.)
|Number of Individuals Reached or Trained|
|02/06/08: Outreach to two building trades classes at Genesee BOCES, Batavia, NY||90|
|02/06/08: Outreach to two building trades classes at Genesee BOCES, Batavia, NY||60|
|02/06/08: Outreach to two building trades classes at Genesee BOCES, Batavia, NY||16|
|02/06/08: Outreach to two building trades classes at Genesee BOCES, Batavia, NY||44|
V. Upcoming Milestones
A 10-hour Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Construction Industry class is scheduled to be conducted to students in the Construction Design & Engineering curriculum at Erie Community College in May 2008.