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Ladder Safety Awareness Symposium

Dates: March 19, 2020

Meets: Th from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM

Location: Associated General Contractors Houston, TX

Fee: $0.00

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Ladder Safety Symposium



Every year, over 300 people die in ladder-related accidents and thousands suffer disabling injuries. What is National Ladder Safety Month? National Ladder Safety Month is the only movement dedicated exclusively to the promotion of ladder safety, at home, and at work. During March 2020, National Ladder Safety Month will bring heightened awareness to the importance of the safe use of ladders. Mark your calendar for March 17th or 19th to join the Construction Safety Leadership Alliance (CSLA), the American Ladder Institute (ALI), the Associated General Contractors of Houston, and The University of Texas at Arlington in celebrating National Ladder Safety Month, designed to raise awareness of ladder safety and to decrease the number of ladder-related injuries and fatalities. Join us for one of our Ladder Safety Symposiums at the following locations or tune-in online to hear the presentation.


Arlington | Mar 17, 2020


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Houston | Mar 19, 2020


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Fee: $0.00
Hours:2.00

Associated General Contractors Houston, TX

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Associated General Contractors - Houston Chapter



Associated General Contractors - Houston Chapter
3825 Dacoma Street
Houston, TX 77092-8717
Main: (713) 843-3700

Contact: Brenda Ward, Building Services Coordinator
Phone: (713) 843-3741



Parking: Parking is prohibited around The Westfall Group building that shares an entrance to the parking lot. It is recommended that students park along the fence line on the back perimeter of the AGC building.

Discounted Hotel Booking Rates: Several hotels provide AGC Houston members and associates with a discounted member rate.



Bob Braun

Robert has serviced the industry of occupational safety and health since 1972. Robert holds a Master Degree in Business Administration from Boston University and Masters in Industrial and Safety Engineering from Texas A&M University. He gained the majority of his experience from serving in the United States Army. Robert has been an OSHA Education Center instructor since 2005.

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