BTEA Boston Hot Works Safety Program

The City of Boston recently announced that enforcement of the Hot Works Program will begin September 1st, 2017

***Read the latest update from the City of Boston on the NFPA Hot Work Safety Certificate program.***

BTEA is hosting a Hot Works Training Course with Contractor’s Risk Management to help ensure that all of our members have the training they need to meet these requirements.

Click Here to register – $25.00 fee required

Painters & Allied Trades Apprenticeship

The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades District Council 35’s Finishing Trades Institute accept Apprenticeship applications 10 months out of the year. Below are the eligibility requirements:

*IMPORTANT NOTE* – ONLY 25 APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED PER MONTH. 

BEFORE BEING ACCEPTED AS APPRENTICES, applicants must meet the following requirements:

  1. Complete the application form furnished by the Finishing Trades Institute of New England
  2. Be 18 years of age or older
  3. MUST PRODUCE A VALID DRIVERS LICENSE
  4. Be an American Citizen or be lawfully permitted to work in the United States of America
  5. Produce a copy of his/her high school diploma or GED or Job Corps Completion Certificate
  6. Be physically able to perform the work required of the trade
  7. Complete a favorable interview with an assigned DC #35 Interviewer
  8. Attend, and successfully complete, Apprentice Information Session
  9. Pass a drug screening

Each applicant who meets all minimum requirements will be evaluated for acceptance.

The Painters and Allied Trades Finishing Trades Institute of New Engalnd is an Equal Opportunity Training Program. We encourage woman and minorities to apply.

ACCEPTED APPLICATION PROCESS:

Apprentices who are accepted in the program will be required to complete 6000 hours of on the job training together with 450 hours of related Classroom Instruction. The classes are from September through April.

All Boston FTI-NE Apprentices will attend 4 Full Time, One week training sessions, spread out over a one year time period between the months of September and April.

APPRENTICE STANDARDS:

Once a member beings work they will be required to join the union soon after their first day of work.  The apprentice initiation fee is $100.00 and is non-refundable. They then are initiated into their local. Apprentices receive a 1000 hour probationary period.

APPRENTICE PAYSCALE:

Apprentices receive an increase in their pay every 750 hours of work performed. The apprentice is responsible for turning in their pay stubs each 750 hours in order to receive that increase.

REQUIRED TRAINING:

  • 10 Hour OSHA (Occupational Health & Safety)
  • Scaffolding
  • First Aid/CPR
  • PFT (Pulmonary Function Test)
  • ALTA (Ariel Lift Training)
  • Fall Protection (FP)

PLEASE CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO ACCESS THE FTI-NE ONLINE APPLICATION:

https://fti.unionlogic.net/fti-ne

 

 

In addition, Suffolk Construction and Wynn Casino are looking for active union members. They can submit an application for employment at the link below.

If you know of someone already in the union, please have them go to our website at www.surveymonkey.com/r/3WJRY66 to submit an application. We will notify unions and subcontractors of their availability.  Help spread the word!

Hot Work Safety Program

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In collaboration with District Council #35, we are asking all of our contractors to encourage their journeymen employees to attend the Hot Work Safety Program.  We all want this training to be a universal fire prevention awareness initiative that will help make out job sites safer and protect public safety.

To sign up, please call the DC#35 office at (617) 522-0520!

Hot Work Safety Program

NEW PG LOGO        Logo DC35 IUPAT Logo 2C

In collaboration with District Council #35, we are asking all of our contractors to encourage their journeymen employees to attend the Hot Work Safety Program.  We all want this training to be a universal fire prevention awareness initiative that will help make out job sites safer and protect public safety.

To sign up, please call the DC#35 office at (617) 522-0520!

Hot Work Safety Program

NEW PG LOGO        Logo DC35 IUPAT Logo 2C

In collaboration with District Council #35, we are asking all of our contractors to encourage their journeymen employees to attend the Hot Work Safety Program.  We all want this training to be a universal fire prevention awareness initiative that will help make out job sites safer and protect public safety.

To sign up, please call the DC#35 office at (617) 522-0520!

Hot Work Safety Program

NEW PG LOGO        Logo DC35 IUPAT Logo 2C

In collaboration with District Council #35, we are asking all of our contractors to encourage their journeymen employees to attend the Hot Work Safety Program.  We all want this training to be a universal fire prevention awareness initiative that will help make out job sites safer and protect public safety.

To sign up, please call the DC#35 office at (617) 522-0520!

Hot Work Safety Program

NEW PG LOGO        Logo DC35 IUPAT Logo 2C

In collaboration with District Council #35, we are asking all of our contractors to encourage their journeymen employees to attend the Hot Work Safety Program.  We all want this training to be a universal fire prevention awareness initiative that will help make out job sites safer and protect public safety.

To sign up, please call the DC#35 office at (617) 522-0520!

Project Management Seminar

A Program Designed to Improve Your Projects Profitability.  

Project Management is designed to help the contractor and their production teams take charge of projects and determine the most profitable way to proceed. This program will help attendees understand the importance of establishing communication protocols, along with all the documentation needs and standards. This program will cover the importance of knowing what you own and how it will/can impact the job. You will take a unique look at how improving communication and team work between design, estimating, project management and production can and will improve profitability. This is a “hands” on program which will get the juices flowing and is applicable to anyone who is involved and has an impact of the projects profitability.

Some of the topics covered include:

  • The importance of preplanning and being prepared,
  • the seven deadly sins of a bad job,
  • identify the “rules” of the job,
  • 47 items you and your production team need before the job commences,
  • how to communicate with all parties,
  • how to have a good productive conversation,
  • why jobs make and lose money and what to do about it,
  • how to ensure that everyone in the kick-off meeting is prepared,
  • what determines the success of the job,
  • how will we measure job success, using your kick-off meetings to hold the field,
  • project management,
  • and estimating team accountable and to get production rate buy-in.

Please sign up below no later than Wednesday, January 18, 2017Register early as space is limited. CLICK HERE.

Hot Work Safety Program

NEW PG LOGO        Logo DC35 IUPAT Logo 2C

In collaboration with District Council #35, we are asking all of our contractors to encourage their journeymen employees to attend the Hot Work Safety Program.  We all want this training to be a universal fire prevention awareness initiative that will help make out job sites safer and protect public safety.

To sign up, please call the DC#35 office at (617) 522-0520!