OSHA Partnership

STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP
THE OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION and
ASSOCIATED BUILDERS AND CONTRACTORS, CENTRAL TEXAS CHAPTER


Associated Builders and Contractors, Central Texas Chapter entered a Strategic Partnership with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Austin Area Office. The overall goal of the partnership is to create a relationship that focuses on preventing fatalities, controlling or eliminating serious hazards and improving the safety management system.

The impact this Partnership will have will be invaluable for the Austin Metro and surrounding areas as this Partnership will also strive to reduce injury/illness rates, insurance costs and compensation claims through increasing communication with OSHA and the construction community. Our current Partners greatly benefit from the Partnership in the following areas:


·        Safer Job Sites

·        Lower Accident Risk

·        Lower Workers Comp Modifier

·        Lower TRIR

·       Random Inspection Avoidance


Steps To Become A Partner

  • Be an ABC Member
  • Complete STEP Application
  • Submit OSHA 300A
  • Submit Jobs In Progress
  • No Serious OSHA Violations

Associated Builders and Contractors Central Texas Chapter OSHA Partners

Airco Mechanical
Austin Sales and Scaffold
Baker Triangle
BCS Concrete
Beckett Electrical
Biggs Plumbing 
DPR Construction
EBCO General Contractor
FL Crane & Sons 
Flintco
Harvey-Cleary Builders
Intertech Flooring
Lasco Acoustical
Lee Lewis Construction
Slater Painting Company
TDIndustries
White Construction
Zapalac Reed Construction


ABC Central Texas OSHA Annual Partnership Evaluation 


As part of the ABC–Central Texas Chapter’s partnership with the Department of Labor (DOL), the members of the OSHA Partnership submit periodic reports to our regional DOL representative.  In turn, the data is collected, evaluated and reported to the national office annually.  In short, DOL reported the following:


Click Here to View the 2018 ABC Central Texas OSHA Annual Partnership Evaluation