Safety Awards and Recognition

Construction Safety and Excellence Award (CSEA) | 2010, 2011 & 2013

The AGC of America Construction Safety and Excellence Award (CSEA) is an ongoing and evolving effort by AGC of America to recognize companies who have developed and implemented excellent safety and loss prevention programs achieved through management commitment, employee involvement, and program innovation

AGC Recognition of Safety Excellence (ROSE) | 2009, 2010 & 2012

The Oregon-Columbia Chapter’s Recognition of Safety Excellence (ROSE) Award recognizes chapter leaders in safety excellence, provides an excellent way to document your achievements in safety, and offers an opportunity to receive well-deserved recognition from your peers in the industry. It is also a great tool to conduct a self-evaluation of your safety programs. ROSE Awards are presented at the chapter’s annual business meeting each January. The ROSE award is the first step to participating in the CSEA competition.


September 2013
Slayden Construction Graduates from Oregon-OSHA Safety Program. Agency points to company’s operations as a model of best practices.

Slayden Construction Group, Inc. recently graduated from Oregon OSHA’s Safety and Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP), becoming one of the few heavy civil general contractors to complete the rigorous five-year program.

SHARP provides an incentive for Oregon employers to work with their employees to find and correct hazards, develop and implement effective safety and health programs, and continuously improve. The ultimate goal of SHARP is to encourage businesses to become self-sufficient in managing workplace safety and health issues.

Oregon OSHA officials said Slayden’s graduation reflects the strength of the company’s commitment to a safe and healthy workplace, and highlights its safety program as a model for other companies.



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