Rocky Mountain National Park, by Tommy Hagge
View from Nymph Lake, RMNP, by Tommy Hagge
View from Dream Lake, RMNP, by Tommy Hagge
Mills Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park, by Tommy Hagge
Rocky Mountain National Park, Near Alluvial Fan, by Tommy Hagge
Sprague Lake, Rocky Mountain National Park, by Tommy Hagge
Quandary Peak Summit, White River National Forest, Colorado, by Tommy Hagge
Colorado Front Range, Fort Collins, by Tommy Hagge
View from Summit of Huron Peak, Collegiate Peaks Wilderness, Colorado, by Tommy Hagge


10 Hour OSHA Construction Class

Posted: Oct 09, 2018

October 25-26, 2018   Loveland, CO

Course Description The Curriculum is based on the requirements set forth by the Department of Labor OSHA Outreach program and focuses on significant hazards encountered in construction. This course is based on OSHA 29 CFR Parts 1910 and 1926 requirements pertaining to construction activities. Participants will receive completion certificates and student course completion cards. Topics Covered

  • Introduction to OSHA & Subpart C
  • Struck-by incidents (i.e. cranes and heavy equipment, material handling)
  • Health hazards in construction
  • Personal protective equipment & lifesaving equipment
  • Fall protection
  • Stairways and ladders
  • Scaffolds
  • Electrocution
  • Hand tools & power tools
  • Caught in-between
  • Excavations

Who should attend

  • Project Superintendents
  • Foremen
  • Project Mangers
  • Estimators
  • All craft workers in construction

Questions?  Contact Brad Gassman, AGC Colorado Safety and Environmental Director

Register Here

NIOSH Safety Matters Initative needs YOUR Help

Posted: Oct 09, 2018

Join an informational webinar on Monday, October 15th from 11:30am-12:15pm to learn how you can help with implementation of the NIOSH Safety Matters curriculum. Safety Matters is an initiative to raise awareness among young people about workplace safety and health and to provide an understanding of the skills they need to become active participants in creating safe and healthy work environments.  The time commitment is minimal and the reward of influencing young workers on safe behaviors goes without saying.

MAP ERC has provided a grant to the AIHA Rocky Mountain Chapter to do a pilot study in which safety professionals will assist in delivering content in their communities. The goal is to conduct six presentations to youth by April 2019. Interested in participating or learning more?  The webinar will discuss a grassroots approach to bringing the Safety Matters curriculum to various communities in Colorado and Wyoming and how you can become a part of the approach.

Webinar info: 

Connection Information:   Phone: 1-405-592-3321    PIN: 386 972#

RSVP to:Roberta Smith: 303-692-2791

Additional info on the Safety Matters initiative can be found at –

Social Influences Affect Your New Employee’s Safety Behavior

Posted: Sep 26, 2018

The why is important for all employees and is a critical ingredient to all of your safety communications.

By Brian Dishman

Oct 01, 2017

New employees bring their unique personalities, perspectives, and history to your job site. What is their safety mindset? What was the safety culture of their previous employer? These are worth considering during the onboarding process of new employees. You are reading this publication because you have a passion for safety. You promote a safe work environment for your employees. You have a clear vision for your job site’s safety culture. You want new employees to share your vision, embrace your vision, and live by it. How do you influence them?

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