Safety and health on job sites are priorities of CIB. We strive to provide members with the most current resources and to make them easily accessible. Besides contacting CIB to guide you to resources specific to your needs, AGC national has many wonderful free resources and, for those with a cost, CIB members receive discounts.
CIB is at the forefront of labor relations to guide members and provide the most current information so workers are assured of safe working conditions, fair, wages, and a voice in legislative matters impacting the construction trades. In general, CIB’s labor relations efforts center around:
You’ll also find more safety content such as:
Any work-related employee injury which causes the loss of one or more full days of work. The day of the injury is not counted as a lost workday, even if the employee was injured at the start of the shift. Enter the total number of lost time injuries incurred during the report period.
Any light duty days.
Any injury such as a cut, fracture, sprain, amputation, etc., which results from a work accident or from an exposure involving a single incident in the work environment.
Enter the total number of workdays lost as a result of employee work related injuries during the report period. The number of lost workdays should not include the day of the injury or any days on which the employee would not have worked even though able to work. The total number of lost workdays should be calculated based upon a 5-day work week (Monday through Friday).
Enter the total number of jobsite hours worked by all jobsite employees during the report period.
Any work-related injury resulting in the employee’s death.
If there are any questions regarding the safety program or would like to start participating in the program, please contact the CIB office at 217-744-2100 or email us at email@example.com.