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June & July Education

Wednesday, May 31, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Catie Scott
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In the coming months, M&SCA of Eastern PA invites you to participate in four education opportunities.  This diverse lineup provides an opportunity for employees of all different roles within your company to further their knowledge and better perform their job.  

See below for class information and registration links.  

 

 

 

June 6th, 8th, 15th, and 20th

 

CM3 Building Solutions is offering a 30-Hour Construction Course that provides a variety of training to workers with some safety responsibility by emphasizing hazard identification, avoidance, control and prevention - not just OSHA standards - with special emphasis on areas most commonly resulting in injuries or property damage.

Click Here to Download the Flyer

 

 


 

Wednesday, June 28

 

Get the expert advice to examine and understand the various key issues and best practices for complying with a payroll audit, including: why they are necessary, why your company is being audited, what to expect, how to prepare to do well, and key payroll audit issues. 

 

Click Here for More Information & to Register

 

*For Members and Industry Fund Contributors Only*

 

 


 

July 10, 11, & 12


Visual inspection is a crucial non-destructive testing method which is too often overlooked.  Visual inspection can often reveal obvious problem areas that will prevent costly errors and delays in production.  

This course is designed for current Level 2 certified individuals and retest them to meet the ANSI B31.1 3-year certification requirement.  

 

Click Here for More Information & to Register

 

*Free for NCPWB Members*

 

 

 

Wednesday, July 26

 

The typical construction or service contract can contain thirty pages or more of fine print.  Some contract terms in particular can severely impact your rights and, once enforced, can directly affect profitability.  

While some of the terms may be non-negotiable, some of them will be.  And for those that are non-negotiable, there are project management strategies and techniques that can help minimize their effect.  Cohen Seglias attorneys Matt Gioffre and Dan Fierstein will explain these Killer Contract Clauses, how courts will interpret and enforce them, and will provide best practice tips for managing a project to minimize the impact of these contractual provisions.  

 

Click Here for More Information & to Register

 

*For Members and Industry Fund Contributors Only*

 

 

 


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