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Associated General Contractors of New Hampshire

AGC of NH's Events & Trainings

Learning Over Lunch: AGC of NH's 2020 Luncheon Series
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Registration for the Associated General Contractors of NH's 2020 Luncheon Series is open! Sessions are free to AGC of NH members and lunch is provided.

Events are as follows:

May 13, 2020: Minimizing COVID-19's Impact on Your Business, Ron Ciotti, Hinckley Allen

Date TBD: Employment Security

Please email AGC at to register. Registration is required.
Special thanks to our generous sponsors:
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AGC of NH & NH DOT Construction Overview Seminar
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Associated General Contractors of NH and the NH Department of Transportation have partnered to bring you a half day seminar on June 25th. The seminar will be held at the Courtyard Marriott Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH. Breakfast is included in the pricing.

This is a great way for Project Managers, Superintendents, Foremen, and other construction personnel to catch up on new regulations and requirements and get briefed on the 2020 construction outlook.

Agenda Topics Include:
Welcome by NHDOT Commissioner Victoria Sheehan, 10-Year Highway Plan, Advertising Schedule, Future Project Delivery Methods, Upcoming Specification Changes, 3D Modeling, Federal Funding Update, Implementation of a Single Source Supplier, and Workzone Speed Limits Update.

To register CLICK HERE.

To download a registration form CLICK HERE.
Special thanks to our generous sponsors:
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AGC of NH "Train the Trainer" Flagging Course
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New Hampshire's Department of Transportation requires that flaggers working on state-funded road construction projects be trained in accordance with their specification. AGC of NH periodically offers a "train the trainer" course, allowing companies to send employees to this class that can then train other employees within your company to become flaggers.

The next AGC of NH Flagging Course has been postponed. Date is to be determined. The AGC of NH course covers NH DOT regulations on flag person training, proper use of equipment, placement of flaggers on the site, etc. All participants who complete the course and pass an exam will receive a pocket card signifying course completion and training materials.
Reference Materials:
  • For a copy of the AGC of NH Flagger Handbook, which references components of flagger safety, CLICK HERE.
ClickSafety Virtual Training
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AGC of NH has partnered with ClickSafety to offer contractors a comprehensive library of online courses, many available in both English and Spanish. The courses cover a variety of construction safety and general industry topics. AGC of NH members save on all courses!

Courses include 10 and 30-hour OSHA Outreach Training, Safety & Health Fundamentals, Mold in Construction, and more.

CLICK HERE for all available courses.
Benefits of Online Learning:
  • Workers can train 24/7, any day, any time and during any shift with any internet connection.
  • Studies show that interactive, computer based training can cut training times by as much as 80%.
  • Save up to 70% off training costs by eliminating travel, increasing flexibility, and reducing training time.
  • It's not just fast, it's good! Studies show comprehensive rates increase by as much as 200% when employees can learn at their own pace.