AGC NYS is proud to offer two safety training centers and their corporate office meeting facility.
The Chapter office has meeting facilities available for member use free of charge between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5.p.m. Monday through Friday.
The Board Room can accommodate meetings of various sizes up to 60 people total. The room is equipped with Audio Conference Call capability and a complete AV system. Presentations can be made utilizing Power Point or other computer based applications. The room has internet access including wireless applications. Catering is available if you wish to provide meals at your function.
To make reservations please contact AGC NYS by phone, 518-456-1134 or click here to contact us.
Albany Safety Training Center
116 Railroad Avenue
Albany, New York
Seating available for 25 people.
Contact Dennis Kiefer
Western New York Safety Training Center
1115 East Main Street, Suite 7
Rochester, New York
Seating available for 40 people.
Contact Jim Redmond
The AGC NYS Safety Training Centers are fully equipped to enable participants to perform hands-on exercises to better familiarize themselves with safety equipment they may use in the field. Exhibits and mock-ups are used to demonstrate proper application and relevant techniques when using safety equipment. As the need for quality training continues to grow, so too must the methods and format through which we offer this training. Much of the past training has been provided in the company-specific format. We will continue this format as it has been very successful; however, we will now offer an expanded curriculum of regional seminars to complement our program.
The Safety Training Centers will be a key component of this effort and we will be developing courses that are more interactive and stress hands-on participation. This hands-on training will have real value for participants by reinforcing the OSHA rules with practical solutions, thus enabling workers to be better problem solvers.
As a chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC), we have access to a national network of training resources and we are kept informed of the latest developments of OSHA regulations. Additionally, we have partnered with many of the leading safety equipment manufacturers and their distributors who are supporting our training programs by donating the newest equipment available.