HCSS Hosts OSHA Safety Training for AGC Members

May 6, 2015

More than 100 Houston construction professionals are just a little bit safer today after attending a safety training class hosted by HCSS.

Senior safety consultants Jim Goss and Robert Emmerich, P.E., CHST, CET, hosted a Susan Harwood Grant Safety Training event on April 30 for members of the Associated General Contractors of America’s AGC Texas chapter. The class focused on OSHA-required safe practices involving heavy equipment, work zones, flagging operations, and cranes for those in the heavy civil construction industry.

Goss is Chairman of the Government Affairs Committee of the AGC National Safety & Health Committee and an OSHA Training Institute instructor. 

Emmerich (P.E., CHST, CET) has more than 35 years of experience in safety, construction project management, operations management, and engineering. As an OSHA-authorized trainer for the OSHA outreach course in construction and a nationally-recognized construction instructor, he has trained thousands on various topics related to construction and industrial safety.

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