Construction Safety Council
The Construction Safety Council (CSC) promotes safety in the construction industry through educational activities and provides a forum for safety and health information and networking.
The below info is from Council year 2019 - 2020. As we await the new flier and program outlines for the new Council year, from the BWC, the below will give you an idea of what the Safety Council has done in the past. This is all subject to change, due to COVID-19.
Why Join CSC
- Earn Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) rebates (no rebates extended for 2020 - 2021, but we encourage you to join for the safety knowledge)
- Learn techniques for increasing safety in your workplace
- Learn how to better manage your workers' compensation program
- Network with other employers in your community
- Access useful, money-saving workers' comp and risk management information
- $500 annual dues, plus meal fees for each meeting
- The annual dues fee is waived for members of CEA, CISP, NECA, MCI-CPI, NOPTCA and SMACNA.
When We Meet (Due to Covid 19, there will be in person meetings for Council year 2020 - 2021))
The CSC meets monthly. All breakfast meetings are held at the Holiday Inn located at 6001 Rockside Rd., Independence, OH 44131. Breakfast is served at 7:30 a.m. with an opportunity for you to network with other contractors; speakers present at 8:00 a.m. Lunch meetings are held twice per year (in October and March).
For Current CSC Members
Re-Enroll in CSC
Submit Semi-Annual Report Online
Download the 1st half semi-annual report form
(First Half Semi-Annual Reports will not need to be sent in for 2020 - 2021 Council year. Usually due July 15th.)
Awaiting BWC direction, if we will fill these out in 2020 - 2021
(Normally, we print & return first half semi-annual report to CEA by January 15.)
Annual Construction Safety Day
The Cleveland Safety Forum & the Cleveland OSHA Office have joined in an alliance to promote construction safety. The Construction Safety Day initiative is a day of safety educational sessions that are directed at the improvement of safety programs in the construction industry.
Meetings occur in February and should be attended by union construction trades, field personnel and project management.