The Laborers’ District Council of Western Pennsylvania and its affiliated local unions represent more than 8,500 active workers spread out over 33 counties in Pennsylvania. Laborers build and repair roads, highways, bridges, and tunnels, construct residential and commercial buildings, clean up hazardous waste sites, and perform many other types of work. Tasks performed may include: building scaffolds, preparing and cleaning up a job site, laying pipe, placing concrete, flagging and controlling traffic on highways, and removing asbestos and lead from buildings, to name just a few.
CLASSROOM HOURS: 300
HOURS ON-THE-JOB TRAINING: 4,000
AVAILABLE CERTIFICATIONS: Asbestos Worker and Supervisor, Hazardous Waste Worker, Lead Worker and Supervisor, Flagger Safety, First Aid/CPR/AED, Pipeline Operator - Qualified, Forklift, OSHA Construction Safety and Health, Infection Control and Risk Assessment (ICRA)
COURSES: First Aid/CPR/AED, Asbestos Abatement Worker and Supervisor, Lead Abatement Worker and Supervisor, Pipe Laying, Line & Grade, Microbial Remediation, Hazardous Waste Worker, OSHA Construction Safety and Health, Blueprint Reading, Scaffold Builder, Scaffold User, Rigging & Signaling, Air and Compaction Tools, Powder-Actuated Tools, Hazard Communication, Rod Tying, Cutting & Burning, Skid Steer, Concrete, Fork Lift, Confined Space, Mason Tending, ICRA, and more.
LABORERS' DISTRICT COUNCIL OF WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA JATC
Deer Creek Road
Saxonburg, PA 16056
Phone: (800) 442-8868
Fax: (724) 352-5011