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CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION

Lincoln and Lancaster County employees required to wear masks again
Click here to read.Posted 7-19-2022

OSHA extends emphasis program on COVID-19
Citing data that shows hospitalizations “may increase significantly in the coming weeks,” OSHA has extended its revised National Emphasis Program on COVID-19 until further notice. Posted 7-6-2022

COVID-19 Toolkit Posted 5.12.2022

Governor Ricketts signs LB 906e allowing Nebraskans to claim medical or religious exemption from coronavirus vaccination requirements Posted 3.1.2022

AGC of America Coronavirus microsite updated daily and indexed

AGC of America has compiled new resources about the benefits of vaccination and encouragement to get the COVID-19 vaccine along with resources to assist with vaccine policies.
Click here for the COVID-19 Vaccine Toolkit Posted 8.31.2021

AGC of America webinar: Strategies to Improve Workplace Vaccination Rates and Preparing for Various Mandates Posted 8.31.2021
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State Directed Health Measures

Woods Aitken’s Conronavirus Resources

COVID-19 Archived Resources

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2020 NASA RECIPIENTS

Congratulations to the 2020 National AGC Safety Award Recipients! AGC members have the opportunity to evaluate their safety record and compare it with other AGC members across the United States according to member size and type. Click to view recipients.

 

NATIONAL

CONSTRUCTION SAFETY WEEK

May 2-6, 2022
Click here for more information. Posted 12-2021

 

​HOW LEADERS CAN RETHINK THEIR ROLE AMID THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC​

THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC is creating unprecedented disruptions in our personal and professional lives. As a leader, this moment requires thinking differently about how you manage. It starts by taking stock of new realities that are increasing the risk we face at work. Click to read. Posted 5-2020

 

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