Last week, AGC of California earned a major victory for contractors working on projects which require the disposal of treated wood waste. Earlier this month, California Department Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) notified companies that regulations that allowed for treated wood waste to be handled with alternative management standards were set to expire after December 31, 2020. After that date, all hazardous treated wood waste managed in California would have had to be stored and manifested as hazardous waste and transported to class I hazardous waste landfills for disposal.
When the COVID-19 pandemic forced virtually every sector of the California economy to shut down in the spring of 2020, our team at Associated General Contractors of California (AGC) rolled up our sleeves and got to work. Learn more about AGC of California and the industry's response in our COVID-19 report.
Based on the new Cal/OSHA Emergency Regulations for COVID-19 Prevention, we recognize that members have a higher need for on-site COVID-19 testing. For that reason, AGC of California is proud to partner with Innovative Human Performance Safety (IHP Safety) to bring our members on-site diagnostic polymerize chain reaction (PCR) testing for COVID-19. This testing is considered highly reliable and results have an average 24-hour turnaround period.
WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Associated General Contractors of California (AGC) is pleased to announce the hire of Manny S. Leon, Vice President of Government Affairs.
AGC offers resources and information on Governor Newsom's November 19, 2020 limited statewide stay-at-home order directed at counties in the purple tier.
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In this time of uncertainty, one truth gives us hope - the construction industry is resilient and an essential part of the future of California. As we look to 2021, we have new and exciting ways to invest in the most important part of our industry: our workforce.
In the wake of important and timely conversations surrounding diversity, equity, and inclusion, we recognize the role AGC and its member companies can play in facilitating necessary, positive, and long- term systemic change in the construction industry.
Passed earlier this month, AB 1867 created a new COVID-19-related paid sick leave (PSL) system that specifically effects employers with greater than 500 employees. Contained within the legislation are certain paystub and posting requirements that employers must be aware of to avoid potential wage and hour violations.
Scholarship to meet demand for maximum jobsite safety and health compliance during COVID-19
WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The Associated General Contractors of California (AGC) and AGC Construction Education Foundation (AGC-CEF), in partnership with construction technology provider, HammerTech, announced the launch of the AGC Safety Professional Scholarship program.