CPWR ICRA – Training

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icra

The CPWR – The Center for Construction Research and Training 8-hour ICRA awareness course provides the necessary training to understand the Infection Control Risk Assessment (ICRA) procedures for properly performing healthcare or other occupied facility construction and renovation tasks. In addition, participants will examine the practical use of ICRA tools including containment, negative air, HEPA filtration, and work practice techniques. The course uses a variety of adult education classroom activities to ...

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Built to Succeed

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About Indiana Careers in Construction Association

Mission: To educate Indiana high school and college students about educational and career opportunities in the Indiana Union Construction Industry.  Our mission is to build a new generation of construction tradesmen seeking high demand careers with strong salary potential.  As an association of construction apprenticeship training programs, we are committed to attracting an elite workforce capable of building Indiana. We are Built To Succeed!

http://www.builttosucceed.org/

https://www.facebook.com/indianacareersinconstruction/

Community Day of Action

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On Saturday, April 16, International Union of Painters and Allied Trades (IUPAT) members across the United States and Canada worked on projects to better their communities as a part of their annual IUPAT Community Day of Action.

Although the IUPAT has a long tradition of community service, the goal of the Community Day of Action was to come together as one union, on one day, to make a difference in the many communities in which IUPAT members live and work. The ...

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Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s – Light The Night Walk

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Blakley’s

This Leukemia is affecting my family firsthand, since my brother’s wife, Martha Sullivan was diagnosed May 23, 2016 with AML. She needs a stem cell transplant.

Therefore, I am emboldened to support Martha and all other victims of blood cancers by raising money for The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s – Light The Night Walk. LLS seeks better treatments and cures for blood cancers so patients can live better, longer lives. I’m asking you to help by making a tax-deductible contribution! Please ...

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Indiana National Guard Recruitment Day

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DC 91 Recruitment

On Saturday March 25, 2016 under the direction of DC 91 BMST Shawn Solner, and his support of the PAT-VP, DC 91 participated in an open recruitment at the 113th Combat Engineer Battalion Employer Engagement event as part of the Indiana National Guard recruitment day.

Mr. Bob Carnagey from the Department of Veterans Affairs organized and coordinated the event and was very pleased that IUPAT DC 91 took the time to participate. Each vendor in attendance had the opportunity ...

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INDIANA PLAN

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Indiana Plan for Equal Employment

The Indiana Plan’s mission is to address and correct the problem of low minority participation in the union building trades. To do this, we offer comprehensive services for both the signatory contractors who work with us to find recruits, and also for the minority and women workers we help train and find jobs in the union construction industry in Indiana.

If you are a minority or woman worker who seeks a career in Indiana’s union construction industry, ...

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Him By Her Foundation

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http://www.himbyherfoundation.com/HIM By HER Foundation, Inc. (“HIM By HER”) endeavors to lower the participation of at-risk youth in the criminal justice system, whether as juveniles or eventual adults. The Foundation will accomplish this by providing life skills education and training through its innovative programs to participants to give them the knowledge and inspiration for positive life choices that may be in short supply in their surroundings. Those who have become involved with the criminal justice system will similarly receive life ...

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New Union Veterans Council Website is Live

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August 18, 2015

The new AFL-CIO Executive Director of the Union Veterans Council and District Council 51 member is Will Fischer, a proud Marine Corps veteran of the war in Iraq.

The Union Veterans Council work to hold private enterprise and elected official accountable for their words and actions. We believe wholeheartedly that the ability for other to self-identify as “pro-veteran” isn’t determined by what label pin they don or what catchphrase they employ; veterans face real issues that require real actions, ...

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