Taylor NW wins 2018 ROSE and PRIDE Awards from The Association of General Contractors (AGC)
The purpose of the Oregon-Columbia Chapter’s ROSE (Recognition of Safety Excellence) Award is to recognize chapter leaders who demonstrate safety excellence. The award process provides:
- Great tool to conduct a safety program self-evaluation.
- Excellent way to document safety achievements.
- Share company safety and health accomplishments with team members.
- Receive well-deserved peer recognition.
The purpose of AGC Safety PRIDE (Program Recognition Indicating Dedication & Excellence) designation is to recognize members who are willing to continuously improve and who are innovative industry leaders in safety. This program is recognized by OR-OSHA under Program Directive A-264 (Focused Inspections in Construction).
PRIDE Program Goals
- Publicly recognize employer achievement in attaining and maintaining effective safety management programs.
- Increase the number of employers with effective safety and health management programs.
- Assist participating employers in establishing self-sufficient safety and health management programs.
- Increase safe work environments for employees.
- Increase employee safety awareness.
- Decrease the number of injuries, illnesses, and fatalities affecting participating employers.
- Improve lost workday and incidence rates.
- Positively impact experience modification rates, resulting in reduced workers’ compensation costs.
- Limit OR-OSHA to Focused Inspections only of AGC Safety PRIDE-designated contractors.