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Testing Times: Training and Certification

Most employers understand the importance of keeping their workforce prepared as construction work resumes around the world – after all, contractors don’t want to be stuck between a rock and a hard place when facing a shortage of certified employees or having to scramble to get employees trained and certified. Despite the initial shock of…

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Money Matters

Money matters

It goes without saying that construction training’s number one goal is to provide the information needed to get everyone home safe at the end of a shift. But investing in construction training courses can also help your company’s bottom line, increase your company’s standards, and, could even help fill the labor shortage gap. From OSHA-10 and OSHA-30 construction courses, to fall protection training, there…

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reduce emissions through training

Using training to reduce emissions

Labor shortages, training and greenhouse gases aren’t topics we typically see grouped together. But for our neighbors to the North, these three issues go hand-in-hand – and will soon be addressed through a variety of updated training standards and technology. The new Canadian training standard Mandatory Entry Level Training (MELT) for Class 1 and Class 2…

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NYC construction and SST training

The clock is ticking… Construction workers in New York City – have you fulfilled your required Site Safety Training (SST)? Under Local Law 196, construction workers on jobsites with construction superintendents, site safety coordinators or site safety managers have until March 1 to complete the mandatory 40 hours of training. Failure to secure your SST card will result in job…

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Why wait? Get trained today

With construction sites back open in New York City, workers are scrambling to fulfil safety training requirements, according to reports. Under Local Law 196, enacted in 2017, construction workers in the Big Apple are required to have received 30-hours of safety training (OSHA 30) by Dec. 1, 2019 and an additional 10-hours (OSHA 10) of safety training by Sept.…

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