Meeting Southern California’s insatiable demand for qualified and up-to-date electricians has become the top priority of the San Bernardino-based Inland Empire Electrical Training Center. Over the next 10 years, the Inland Empire is expected to produce only about half of the journeymen electricians needed to fulfill the construction needs of the local electrical, transportation and telecommunications industry.
The Office of Safety and Health Administration has provided interim enforcement guidance to compliance safety and health officers (CSHOs) for enforcing 29 CFR 1926.1153, Respirable Crystalline Silica.
Silica! Just the word alone conjures up images of OSHA inspectors, citations, respirators and expensive tools to comply with the regulations. Silica! Will every person in construction come down with silicosis? Silica! So, what are the effects from silica on an average or even large contractors working in construction today?
The first three online training topics developed specifically for the new NECA Learning Center were announced at the 2017 NECA Board of Governors Meeting and are available for free to all NECA members. These short on-demand topics – each about 15 minutes in length – are the first in a series that will dive deep into the everyday tasks of a project manager