The Voice of the Maryland Transportation Construction Industry for Over 85 Years

 

Maryland Transportation Builders & Materials Association

 

Advocacy, Education, Networking

The voice of Maryland's transportation construction industry since 1932. MTBMA combines the resources, membership and expertise of the Maryland Highway Contractors Association and the Maryland Aggregates Association to better serve the transportation construction and materials industries in Maryland.

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

To project a positive image of the transportation construction and materials industries
To conduct all business in compliance with anti-trust laws.

To identify, address, and resolve issues affecting contractors and aggregate producers. 

Advocacy

Encourage, develop and protect the prestige of the transportations construction and materials industry. MTBMA has established and maintained strong relationships with federal, state and local public officials on matters of legislative and regulatory consequence and concern to the industry.

Education & Training

Establish and maintain strong ties with other state associations and national associations, as well as state and local government agencies, in order to provide members with access to important training needs. MTBMA organizes and promotes meetings, classes, seminars and conferences to help maintain a well-informed industry.

Events & Meetings

Provide members a broad range of networking opportunities as a forum allowing members to connect with their peers, to increase visibility, and stay current on industry trends. MTBMA jointly promotes continuous improvement with other transportation modals, engineering firms, suppliers, contractors, and state government agencies.

Industry Events

September 29 – October 1 – AGC Highway & Transportation Construction Conference

The AGC Highway and Transportation Construction Conference brings together contractors, owners and key industry constituents involved in every aspect of building highway and transit infrastructure for a day and a half-long program on the latest legislative and...
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July 24-26 – International Conference on Ground Control in Mining

The Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration Inc. (SME) is pleased to present the International Conference on Ground Control in Mining (ICGCM), which will be held July 24-26, 2018 at the Lakeview Resort and Conference Center in Morgantown, WV....
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July 28 – Aug 1 – Conference of Minority Transportation Officials

Each year, COMTO hosts its annual National Meeting & Training Conference: the nation's premier gathering of professionals in the transportation industry. COMTO's annual conference brings together industry leaders across all modes of transportation for 4 days of...
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Safety

Silica – Competent Person Train the Trainer Course

Presented by Michael Peelish, Esq. from the Law Office of Adele L. Abrams   August 10, 2018 Chesapeake Region Safety Council 2555 Lord Baltimore Drive, Suites N-R Baltimore, MD 21244 & October 11, 2018 Montgomery College 12 South Summit Avenue Gaithersburg,...
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Safety Roundtable Presentation followed by Q&A Workplace Examinations & MSHA’s New Rule

Presented by Adele L. Abrams, Esq., CMSP - Law Office of Adele L. Abrams P.C. September 24, 2018 8:30 am - 10:30 am Chesapeake Region Safety Council 2555 Lord Baltimore Drive, Suites N-R Baltimore, MD 21244 Registration...
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Ready off the Shelf: Prepare Your Warehouse Team to Handle OSHA

Safety & Health Webinar Series As the warehousing industry grows, OSHA is on alert. Warehouses present a unique environment and challenges for ensuring both safety and compliance with OSHA regulations. People and product can be in constant motion. Employees have...
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MOSH Safety and Health Educational Seminars July – December 2018

Both employers and employees can contribute substantially to the safety and health of the workplace, but to do so they must be aware of recognized safety standards, proactive in preventing accidents, and able to identify unsafe and unhealthy conditions. We believe...
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OSHA Seeking to Limit Injury Records Employers Must Submit Electronically

OSHA has begun rulemaking efforts that could limit how much injury and illness information employers must submit electronically under a 2016 rule. Under the proposed changes, employers would only have to submit to OSHA the annual summary of injuries and illnesses,...
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Safety Culture as a Driver of Compliance and Performance

According to OSHA, every day an average of 14 workers are killed on the job in the United States.  Independent research shows that improving safety culture is the best way to decrease incidents in any process, and reduce the risk of OSHA penalties, injury rate,...
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OSHA Updates Crane Rule, Removes Certification by Capacity

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration announced on May 21 that it is amending its proposed rule for crane operator training and certification. The new version of the rule removes the need for crane operators to get different levels of certification...
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