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Lehigh Construction Group, Inc.
Annual Alliance Report


  1. Alliance Background

  2. Date Signed

    05/15/03
    11/02/04 (renewal)
    04/04/07 (renewal)
    05/12/10 (renewal)

    Overview

    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.

    Contributors

    Art Dube, Buffalo Area OSHA Office

    Evaluation Period

    05/12/10 to 05/11/11

  3. Implementation Team Meetings
  4. Events and Products

  5. Training and Education

    • Events
      • 04/29/10: Provided outreach on the focus four hazards to students in the building trades program for the BOCES program in Batavia, NY.
      • 04/30/10: Provided outreach on the focus four hazards to students in the building trades program for the BOCES program in Mount Morris, NY.
      • 01/25 & 01/26/11: Gave a 10-hour Occupational Safety and Health for the Construction Industry class to senior students in the HVAC/Plumbing and Electrical curriculums at Alfred State College.
      • 3/21 & 3/22/11: Gave a 10-hour Occupational Safety and Health for the Construction Industry class to Construction Engineering students at Erie Community College
      • 03/25/11: Gave a presentation on the focus four hazards in construction to students in the building trades program at the Mt. Morris, NY BOCES vocational school.
      • 04/01/11: Gave a presentation on the focus four hazards in construction to students in the building trades program at the Genesee Valley BOCES vocational school, Batavia, NY.
      • 3/29, 3/31, 4/5 and 4/7/2010: Conducted additional 20 hours of training for Construction Engineering students at Erie Community College who desired to obtain their 30-hour construction industry cards.
    • Products


    Outreach and Communication

    • Events
      • Developed article on Alliance for “The Lehigh Way” magazine.
    • Products


    Promoting the National Dialogue on Workplace Safety and Health

    • Events
    • Products
  6. Results
  7. TYPE OF ACTIVITY (CONFERENCE, TRAINING, PRINT AND ELECTRONIC DISTRIBUTION, ETC.)

    NUMBER OF INDIVIDUALS REACHED OR TRAINED

    Presentation on the focus four hazards in construction to students in the building trades program at the Genesee Valley BOCES (Batavia, NY)

    80

    Presentation on the focus four hazards in construction to students in the building trades program at the Genesee Valley BOCES (Mount Morris, NY)

    75

    01/25 & 01/26/11: Gave a 10-hour Occupational Safety and Health for the Construction Industry class to senior students in the HVAC/Plumbing and Electrical curriculums.

    31

    3/21 & 3/22/11: Gave a 10-hour Occupational Safety and Health for the Construction Industry class to Construction Engineering students at Erie Community College

    22

    03/25/11: Gave a presentation on the focus four hazards in construction to students in the building trades program at the Mt. Morris, NY BOCES vocational school.

    65

    04/01/11: Gave a presentation on the focus four hazards in construction to students in the building trades program at the Genesee Valley BOCES vocational school, Batavia, NY.

    65

    3/29, 3/31, 4/5 and 4/7/2010: Conducted additional 20 hours of training for Construction Engineering students at Erie Community College who desired to obtain their 30-hour construction industry cards.

    15

    Developed article on Alliance for “The Lehigh Way” magazine.

    1,000

    04/08/11: Gave a presentation on the focus four hazards in conservation and welding students in at the Mt. Morris, NY BOCES vocational school.

    65

    TOTAL

    1,418

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