Safety is a top priority at the Master Builders' Association. To assure that the industry maintains their commitment to safety, below are some essential products and services, which are either free or offered at a significant member discount.

AGC of America Safety Products

The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) safety products are available for purchase, at a discounted price for members.
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ClickSafety Online Safety Training

AGC of America, in collaboration with ClickSafety, is pleased to offer ClickSafety training to member firms, further solidifying AGC's commitment to Safety training. As a result of this collaboration, all AGC member firms are eligible for a 10% percent discount on ClickSafety training courses.
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Confined Space Program

A confined space is an enclosed area with limited space and accessibility. An example is the interior of a storage tank, which may be occasionally entered by workers for maintenance but is otherwise not a habitable space. Hazards in a confined space often include harmful dust or gases, asphyxiation, submersion in liquids or free-flowing granular solids (for example, grain bins), electrocution, or entrapment.
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OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements

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Safety Video Library

MBA Video Library is a list of videos maintained by the MBA and accessible to borrow.
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Silica Safety Program

MBA's Silica Safety Program provides our members with discounted pricing on monitoring equipment and access to a searchable sampling database. Free silica compliance resources are also provided.
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Start-Up Kits

Safety posters, stickers, and miscellaneous information, including federal and state required postings.
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Time Out Stretch 

Just a few minutes of targeted stretches may increase muscle flexibility, reduce risk of injury, and prevent muscle soreness.
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Tool Box Talks

AGC of America Construction Tool Box Safety Talks Volume III
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Trench Collapse

On average, more than three workers die every month from trench collapses. Learn how to work around these potential hazards.
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