International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers - Local 82
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Drug Free Annual Safety Training for Supervisors & Employees
The Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation (BWC) Drug Free Safety Program requires that your Employees receive 1 hour of Employee Refresher Training and that your Supervisors receive an additional 1 hour of Supervisor Refresher Training each year the program is in effect.
The session will be based around the Ohio BWC Drug Free Safety Program standard policy. We recommend that your employees come to this session with a copy of their specific Company or Local Union policy in hand, so that they have the opportunity to ask questions on items that might be unique to their policy.
One of the primary goals of WOCNECA is to strive to bring the construction industry quality educational programming.
These courses have been scheduled at IBEW Local 82 as
Supervisors 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Employees 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
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To: IBEW Local Union 82
As the Versailles solar project draws to a close, I would like to take a moment of your time to extend a thank you to the fine labor pool of IBEW Local 82. Versailles solar project was a tough project with demanding deadlines and a very tight schedule but working together we made it a successful project. Everyone involved really stepped up and gave it 100% each and every day. I would especially like to thank John Mueller. He was a valuable asset throughout the project and a fine Foreman on site. The two teledata apprentices you sent to me were also very eager to do this type of work and in my opinion would make a fine addition to your inside wireman program. This time spent by me in Ohio was a terrific experience and it was a true pleasure to work with craftsmen who take pride in their work and go the extra mile when it matters most. I look forward to working with IBEW Local 82 if the need ever arises in the future. Thanks again for a very pleasurable, painless experience.
OSHA Fines to Rise for First Time Since 1990
Even after expected increase of up to about 80%, workplace-safety fines to
be tiny compared to those issued by other agencies .
Federal penalties for workplace-safety violations were increased this week for the first time since 1990, thanks to a little-noticed provision of the budget bill signed into law by President Barack Obama.
The move would bring the fines in line with inflation over the past 25 years. In the future, fines from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration and state workplace-safety agencies would continue to rise with inflation.
Still, even after an expected increase of as much as roughly 80%, OSHA fines will remain tiny compared to those issued by many other regulatory agencies, such as the Environmental Protection Agency. The new fines are due to be set some time next year.
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