Ohio’s Building Tradespeople work with signatory contractors and clients to complete construction projects with a zero-injury safety record for workers.

The volume of work hours completed on major construction projects in 2019 without a single injury is a testament to the Building Trades’ commitment to worker and public safety. Download the 2019 Zero-Injury Safety Awards PDF here: 2019 ZISA Handout_ACT OHIO

 

Zero-Injury Safety Record: The Zero Injury Safety Awards, presented annually by the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, are the nation's most prestigious construction safety awards. ZISAs recognize the Building Trades' uncompromising commitment to public safety, and the highly skilled workforce trained in Ohio State Building Trades apprenticeship programs. In 2019, ACT Ohio and Ohio State Building Tradespeople completed over 11.7 million construction work hours without a single injury.

Zero-Injury Safety Record

The Zero Injury Safety Awards, presented annually by the National Maintenance Agreements Policy Committee, are the nation’s most prestigious construction safety awards. ZISAs recognize the Building Trades’ uncompromising commitment to public safety, and the highly skilled workforce trained in Ohio State Building Trades apprenticeship programs. In 2019, ACT Ohio and Ohio State Building Tradespeople completed over 11.7 million construction work hours without a single injury. ACT Ohio is committed to Workplace Safety.

“Congratulations to our members for bringing home 38 ZISA awards,” said Mike Knisley, Executive Secretary Treasurer of the Ohio State Building and Construction Trades Council. “Your record for completing projects without a single injury speaks to the success of the Ohio Building Trades’ safety-first apprenticeship training and the union trades’ commitment to public safety.”

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