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Are You Prepared for Compliance with the Silica Standard for Construction? Help AGC Help You!

On April 6, 2017, OSHA delayed enforcement of the Respirable Crystalline Silica Standard for Construction until Sept. 23, 2017. AGC would like to take this opportunity to survey the regulated community to determine how equipped the industry is to comply with the standard, and identify resources and outreach opportunities to meet the needs in this area.

Updates on the 2017 regulatory road ahead

 
In an effort to keep AGC members apprised of the ever-changing federal regulatory environment in Washington, D.C., AGC of America has updated two documents:
 

Trump Exec Order on WOTUS Rule: The Highlights

Following AGC of America's recommendationRead more

New Form I-9 Required Beginning January 22, 2017

 

House Passes WRDA (WIIN) Agreement

Today, the House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly (360 – 61) to pass the Water Infrastructure Improvements Act for the Nation (WIIN) Act, which includes provisions from the House and Senate Water Resource Development Act (WRDA) bills passed earlier in September.

Federal Court Temporarily Halts Overtime Rule


 

New AGC Blacklisting Executive Order Resources

AGC Educating its Members to Understand Reg. Requirements
 

AGC Efforts Help Move OSHA to Modify Controversial Drug Testing Position

Learn More on AGC WebED Oct. 31 from 2-3:00 p.m. ET

Paid Sick Leave Executive Order and New EEO-1 Report

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) today released its final rule to implement Executive Order 13706, Establishing Paid Sick Leave for Federal Contractors.

Paid Leave Mandate NOT on this November's General Election ballot

AGC Members:

Our AGC New Mexico members and leadership identified the proposed paid sick leave mandate in Albuquerque as a threat to their operations and employee relations.  Creating new and complex employment law by ballot measure sidesteps a deliberate and fact-driven public policy process.  It also misses the opportunity for compromise and refinement that results in balanced and effective laws, meeting multiple public policy goals.