CHARLOTTE, N.C., April 15, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Carolinas Associated General Contractors (Carolinas AGC) hosted its inaugural Safety & Health Conference March 30-31 in Concord, NC. North Carolina Labor Commissioner Cherie Berry and Administrator of South Carolina OSHA Dottie Ison updated more than 100 construction professionals on current local issues and future trends vital to construction safety.
Nationally recognized presenters, including Bill Simms of the Bill Simms Company, Howard Mavity of Fisher and Phillips LLP, and Dan Murphy with Zurich NA, and others presented information on how to change workplace behaviors to improve safety and productivity, understand and affect your experience modification rate (EMR), post-injury management best practices, and much more.
Carolinas AGC is pleased to add the Safety & Health Conference to its array of safety resources for contractors.
Carolinas AGC builds its 2,700 members' businesses through workforce development, business development, profit management, and workers' compensation insurance. Visit CAGC at www.cagc.org.
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For additional information: Lori Tharp, Director, Communications & Sub/Supplier Networks, 704/372-1450 ext. 5227, [email protected]
SOURCE Carolinas Associated General Contractors