Welcome to the National Association of Women In Construction Greater Omaha Chapter 116 website.  NAWIC is an organization of women that are employed in the construction industry.

The Chapter meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month at varied locations in the Omaha, Nebraska area.

We welcome visitors to join us.  Click on Events for current information about our upcoming meeting location, topics and times.

If you are interested in learning more about becoming a member or receiving the chapter newsletter you can contact our Membership Chair, through the link on the About Us page.

WHEN:  Jan 11th, 2018 7-9 AM

WHERE:  11620 M Circle

WHO: Safety officers, Project managers, Owners, Foremen





OSHA’s new Respirable Silica Standards are in place and being enforced.  Is your company compliant?  Do you still have doubts?  What 

  

Welcome!

Midwest Region: What Does NAWIC Mean to You?

Have you seen Midwest Region PR/Marketing Chair, Jodi Wimerslage's slideshow about NAWIC?  She shared it at the MWR Fall Conference in Ocboter and we can't get enough of it!  What a great highlight of all we do in the Midwest, "The Heart of NAWIC".

We would like to recognize the following companies for their commitment to women in construction and support of our organization through their generous sponsorship:


Elephant Sponsors

Cornerstone Companies, ​Ferguson Enterprises, United Rentals Omaha







Tapir Sponsors

Lund Ross Constructors, MCA Omaha

Core Purpose

OSHA's New Silica Standard Q&A Seminar Jan 11th

Sponsors

NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION
Greater Omaha Chapter No. 116


To enhance the success of women in the construction industry.  

The association that empowers women to influence the direction of the construction industry.

  • Belief in ourselves as women
  • Perseverence
  • We dare to move into new horizons



questions do you still have?  What challenges has your company faced?  What advice can you share?  Compliance is actually easier than you think.


We have a panel including OSHA, The National Safety Council Nebraska, and safety directors from three of the area’s largest general contractors. There will be a brief introduction to the panel and the standard then the majority of the time is dedicated to Q&A.  There will be opportunities to ask live questions as well as to submit anonymous questions.  Tool representatives will be on hand with displays.

This meeting is being co-sponsored by the National Association of Women In Construction and the National Safety Council, Nebraska.  Buffet breakfast will be provided.  There is no cost to attend, but there is limited seating so registration is required.  

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