Associated General Contractors of America - SH-16593-07
|Grantee Name: Associated General Contractors of America||Grant Number: SH-16593-07||Grant Year: 2007|
The grantee will conduct 8-hour awareness training seminars regarding construction focus four hazards (falls, electrocution, caught-in and struck-by) in multiple states for contractors and workers. Training materials include a PowerPoint presentation and tests.
Safety Training for the Focus Four Hazards in the Construction Industry
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