“The Safety Summit is a wonderful example of what can be achieved when employers, labor, and government work cooperatively to attain a common goal - in this case, the reduction of deaths and serious job-related injuries.”
Federal construction contractors have affirmative action obligations.
Employers who perform construction work on federal projects must meet specific affirmative action obligations if their federal contracts or subcontracts are worth $10,000 or more. These obligations include outreach, recordkeeping, and analysis related to employment of women, minorities, protected veterans, and people with disabilities. Federally assisted construction contractors, i.e., where the government provides a grant or loan, are also subject to some affirmative action rules related to the employment of women and minorities. SMART’s preferred provider, Vigilant, can help you meet your affirmative action responsibilities.
Affirmative action tools you receive through Vigilant
By subscribing to Vigilant’s affirmative action service for a flat annual fee, you receive:
The first two hours of phone consultation with Vigilant are included in your annual subscription. Additional assistance, such as phone or in-person consultation, or advice during an affirmative action audit, is charged at an hourly rate (portal to portal) plus expenses.
Contact SMART today
To learn more about this service or to subscribe, call Brian Ducey, Executive Director, at 206-812-3819 or e-mail at [email protected]