Here's a special reminder to all Miami Dade County registered contractors. Contractors Education & Training Corporation is approved as a Miami-Dade county continuing education provider.
We have a 16-hour course that has met all the requirements and will make us your one stop continuing education provider.
We have duplicated the same continuing education program that is already CILB-approved, and added 2 hours of Miami Dade County Code Chapter 10 Ordinances. This will help all of you in Miami-Dade who need continuing education credits for your Miami-Dade County license renewal.
Our provider number, for Miami-Dade is D039 and our first course approved is course # D039-001.
We look forward to serving the continuing education needs of all Miami Dade county registered contractors. Classes will start soon! Stay tuned.
What does a safety incentive program accomplish? You may say it reduces accidents by making people more careful so that they don't lose their incentive for being accident-free!
What it really does, is cause them to refrain from reporting any accidents, so that they will still get their incentive. Peer pressure is a factor as well.
So, the bottom line is, CANCEL your safety incentive programs!
Don't like what we're saying?
OSHA knows what we've shared with you, and echoes the above mentioned sentiment!
This type of information and MORE is carefully relayed at our contining education class. If you sign up for our construction license renewal course, necessary for contractor license renewal in Florida, you will be pleasantly surprised to get information that is RELEVANT, interesting and engaging!
ContractorETC is about helping you become MORE successful in your business!
The recent Review Commission case of OSHRC, No. 11-0146 still leaves Lake Erie Construction Company waiting for a final decision on the merits. However, the Review Commission case is already a landmark decision because it overrules a 34 year-old precedent established in the case of ., 9 OSHC 1819 (OSHRC 1981.) (“ ”). involved the application of the construction motor vehicles standard, § 1926.601(a), which regulates such things as brake lights, audible warning devices and seat belts on motor vehicles used in construction. In the Commission held in a 2-1 decision that § 1926.601(a), “limits the standard’s applicability by and not by .” . at 1820. In short, that decision held that the requirements for motor vehicles applied if the vehicle at issue is the type that operates off-road regardless of whether the location was on-highway but closed to the public.
ContractorETC is PROUD to remind you how they are licensed to provide continuing education to Home Inspectors, as well as CILB licensed contractors.
There is a large amount of overlap.
If you are dually licensed, we can HELP!
Here's the deal!
Both licensed require 14 hours - but Home Inspectors need 2 hours of Hurricane Mitigation. Part of those 2 hours cover the "Mitigation Verification Inspection Form". Painters and fencing contractors don't need to listen to that, so we make it separate, but we have in available ONLINE!
All the other 12 hours, however, are covered in the 14 hours spent towards your CILB or County license continuing education requirement!
So, in one class you get everything for your contractor license, and 12 of 14 for Home Inspector. The other 2 are available with us ONLINE!
ContractorETC is about helping make you MORE successful in business.