ASCC Offers Safety Management Plan And Manual

September 28, 2010

The American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC), St. Louis, MO, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the capabilities of those who build with concrete, offers a Safety Management Plan that can help contractors develop and implement a customized safety management plan for their companies.

The plan covers: basic policy statements, safety responsibilities, inspections, accident investigation, safety meetings, rules, training, recordkeeping, first aid, emergency planning, hazard communication, concrete construction, electrical safety, fall protection, confined spaces, lock out/tag out, scaffolding, trenching and excavating and substance abuse. It also includes numerous sample forms and tags.

ASCC also offers a comprehensive Safety Manual that contains all the elements of an effective safety program for concrete contractors. Regular updates reflect changes in OSHA regulations and the concrete construction industry.

The Plan is available in a three-ring, tabbed binder, or on CD. ASCC members receive discounted pricing. Pricing for both manuals and other concrete-related safety publications is available by calling 866-788-2722 or visiting