Good morning to all I.D.I. employees,
I have recently had some inquiries from employees about taking the OSHA Construction 30-hour course.
There is an OSHA 30-hour course at Chicago Carpenters in Elk Grove that runs on 9/10, 9/17, 9/24 & 10/1.
There is an OSHA 30-hour course at District Council #30 for painters and drywall finishers that runs on 9/16, 9/17, 9/23 & 9/24.
There is an OSHA 30-hour course at District Council #14 for painters and drywall finishers that runs on 9/3, 9/4, 9/10 & 9/11.
We are always encouraging our employees to complete the OSHA 30-hour construction course because of the benefits that can be gained from taking this course. This course will help employees to get a better understanding of what safety is all about, a better understanding of the OSHA regulations that apply to working in the construction trades, it will help to make you a safer employee to help prevent you from getting injured, and it can benefit you from the standpoint in that we have many general contractors that require us to man their projects with employees that have a current OSHA 30-hour card and this makes you qualified to work at those projects.
If you are considering taking the OSHA construction 30-hour at your union training school, you can contact them to get scheduled. If you do complete this course, please advise our Safety Director, Peter Graham and send him a copy of your course completion certificate as you will receive safety incentive points for taking this course under our 2016 Volunteer Safety Training Incentive Plan.
Have a Safe Day!