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Safety and Health

At TAUC, safety isn’t just a buzzword; it’s our core value and highest priority. We help our member contractors stay on top of the latest industry standards and regulations — but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Here’s a look at the many ways in which TAUC gives members firsthand opportunities to enhance safety-first principles on the jobsite and throughout the industry.

COVID-19 Updates

TAUC monitors developments with the COVID-19 Pandemic and provides guidance for members.

TAUC Environmental Health and Safety Committee

The TAUC Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Committee is comprised of members who help guide the association’s safety and health policy. Quarterly meetings provide an excellent forum for members to network and discuss the latest issues.

Get the most from your membership — become involved with TAUC’s Environmental Health and Safety Committee today!

To find out how you can join the committee or become involved with any of the safety-related work groups and organizations listed on the website, contact Alex Kopp, Director of Environmental Health & Safety at 703-524-3336 x123 or akopp@tauc.org.

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TAUC Environmental Health and Safety Committee

The TAUC Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) Committee is comprised of members who help guide the association’s safety and health policy. Quarterly meetings provide an excellent forum for members to network and discuss the latest issues.

Get the most from your membership — become involved with TAUC’s Environmental Health and Safety Committee today!

To find out how you can join the committee or become involved with any of the safety-related work groups and organizations listed on the website, contact Alex Kopp, Director of Environmental Health & Safety at 703-524-3336 x123 or akopp@tauc.org.

Click here to learn more about our Committees

Strategic Alliance

TAUC maintains a strategic alliance with the National Association of Construction Boilermaker Employers (NACBE), Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA), National Electrical Contractors (NECA). All three groups share EHS-related information among our collective membership and work together on important safety and regulatory issues.

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Strategic Alliance

TAUC maintains a strategic alliance with the National Association of Construction Boilermaker Employers (NACBE), Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA), National Electrical Contractors (NECA). All three groups share EHS-related information among our collective membership and work together on important safety and regulatory issues.

Safety Awards

TAUC administers several prestigious safety and performance award programs. By recognizing the hard work and incredible safety achievements of our members, we shine a spotlight on the importance of safety in our industry.

TAUC Awards

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Safety Awards

TAUC administers several prestigious safety and performance award programs. By recognizing the hard work and incredible safety achievements of our members, we shine a spotlight on the importance of safety in our industry.

TAUC Awards

Zero Injury Institute (ZII)

TAUC actively supports the Zero Injury Institute (ZII). ZII offers zero injury services to members at a discounted rate. These services include zero injury assessments and training through an online professional learning lab. Online training services are built into modules for crafts, foremen, general foremen, superintendents, managers, project engineers, safety professionals and other support staff such as purchasing, security, office staff, company officers and CEOs.

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Zero Injury Institute (ZII)

TAUC actively supports the Zero Injury Institute (ZII). ZII offers zero injury services to members at a discounted rate. These services include zero injury assessments and training through an online professional learning lab. Online training services are built into modules for crafts, foremen, general foremen, superintendents, managers, project engineers, safety professionals and other support staff such as purchasing, security, office staff, company officers and CEOs.

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ANSI A10 ASC

TAUC is proud to be an active member of the ANSI A10 Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) for Construction and Demolition Operations. TAUC participates in many different subgroups among ANSI A10 alongside our contractor members.

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ANSI A10 ASC

TAUC is proud to be an active member of the ANSI A10 Accredited Standards Committee (ASC) for Construction and Demolition Operations. TAUC participates in many different subgroups among ANSI A10 alongside our contractor members.

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ASME B30.5

TAUC also participates on the ASME B30.5 consensus standard for Mobile and Locomotive Cranes.

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ASME B30.5

TAUC also participates on the ASME B30.5 consensus standard for Mobile and Locomotive Cranes.

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Drug Free Workplace Alliance

Medical marijuana, “bath salts” and prescription pain killers – all are current substance abuse trends that pose a problem in the workplace. TAUC has been an active participant in the Drug Free Workplace Alliance for several years. Originally pioneered through the Working Partners group, the Alliance continues to function and address substance abuse concerns relevant to the construction industry.

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Drug Free Workplace Alliance

Medical marijuana, “bath salts” and prescription pain killers – all are current substance abuse trends that pose a problem in the workplace. TAUC has been an active participant in the Drug Free Workplace Alliance for several years. Originally pioneered through the Working Partners group, the Alliance continues to function and address substance abuse concerns relevant to the construction industry.

Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention (CIASP)

TAUC actively supports the CIASP and provides a platform in our EHS Committee meetings to discuss this stigma that hinders the construction industry. Suicides in construction continue to be ranked #1 in construction year in and year out. TAUC’s goal is to help change that statistic.

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Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention (CIASP)

TAUC actively supports the CIASP and provides a platform in our EHS Committee meetings to discuss this stigma that hinders the construction industry. Suicides in construction continue to be ranked #1 in construction year in and year out. TAUC’s goal is to help change that statistic.

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ACCSH

TAUC supports the important work done by OSHA’s Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health. This group consist of 15 members and meets twice a year and acts as an industry sounding board for the agency regarding policies and procedures that affect the construction industry. TAUC continues to work toward building relationships with the agency to continue to improve the health and safety of the men and women in the field.

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ACCSH

TAUC supports the important work done by OSHA’s Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health. This group consist of 15 members and meets twice a year and acts as an industry sounding board for the agency regarding policies and procedures that affect the construction industry. TAUC continues to work toward building relationships with the agency to continue to improve the health and safety of the men and women in the field.

NACOSH

TAUC also supports the work of OSHA’s National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health. This group consist of 12 members and advises the Secretaries of Labor and Health and Human Services on OSHA programs and policies. TAUC continues to work toward building relationships with the agency to continue to improve the health and safety of the men and women in the field.

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NACOSH

TAUC also supports the work of OSHA’s National Advisory Committee on Occupational Safety and Health. This group consist of 12 members and advises the Secretaries of Labor and Health and Human Services on OSHA programs and policies. TAUC continues to work toward building relationships with the agency to continue to improve the health and safety of the men and women in the field.

Organization Affiliations

American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)

ANSI A10

Center for Construction Research and Training, Center to Protect Workers Rights (CPWR)

Construction Safety Council (Chicago Area)

Construction Industry Safety Coalition (CISC)

Construction Employers of America (CEA)

Ironworkers Management Progressive Action Cooperative Trust (IMPACT)

National Safety Council (NSC)

National Commission for the Certification of Crane Operators (NCCCO)

Actively participating on the NSC Utilities Division

National Association of Construction Boilermaker Employers (NACBE)

Society of Ohio Safety Engineers (SOSE)

Specialized Carriers and Riggers Association (SC&RA)

Veterans of Safety (VOS)

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