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As everyone knows in the construction industry
SAFETY IS JOB ONE
! So every employee will get home at the end of the day with their life and limb, every day, day after day! The Cornhusker Chapter of the Associated Builders & Contractors provides a full range of safety resources and services to member companies so they can have full confidence in the safety of their employees.
Specific Member Safety Resources
are things a member upon their own initiative can take advantage of such as:
Members inquires about general safety questions either by phone or e-mail. Call the staff of the Cornhusker Chapter. at 402-477-4451.
Access to a library of safety videos and tool box safety talks. See www.abcnebraska.org for a complete listing.
Taking various safety training courses and seminars offered at the Lincoln and Omaha Training Centers. (OSHA 10 & 30 Hour, First Aid / CPR, Fall Protection, Confined Spaces and the like) Click here for a complete listing of courses, times, fees and registration.
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. We will come to your office/shop/jobsite and conduct training for forklift, aerial lift, scaffolding and similar OSHA or competent person courses.
pecific Member Safety Services
are provided on a contract or fee basis by an OSHA accredited safety professional. These “safety services” identified below can be provided on a contract basis or on an as needed fee basis or some combination of both. Safety contracts are in monthly units of typically 32 hrs, 16 hrs or 8 hrs by the OSHA accredited safety professional on the staff of the Cornhusker Chapter.
Prepare or update a safety plan.
Develop a Job Site Safety Analysis.
Develop and or review in house procedures and train employees for “OSHA competent person(s)” designation.
Prepare and present safety meetings.
Conduct regular job site inspections.
OSHA citation counseling.
Maintain OSHA 300 Log.
Prepare and STEP application.
Discounted fees for safety training when taken at either the Lincoln or Omaha Training Centers.
Please contact Anne M. N. Klute for more information at
or call 402-477-4451.