Calendar: Friday, February 14, 2014

Arts

The Foreigner

Shy Englishman Charlie BAker finds himself in a rural Georgia fishing lodge where everyone comes to believe he doesn't speak English. And we're off on one wilde adventure! We open our 2014 Season with one of the funniest plays of the 20th Century!
Construction8:00a

Boom/Scissor Lift Train the Trainer

Review all current standards and regulations, identify the different types of boom lifts, review weight capacity of lift, review the basic parts and operation of boom lifts, receive training on the safe operation of a boom lift & fall protection, complete a pre-shift inspection, review different types of fuels and fueling procedures, practice safe driving, raising & lowering techniques, and make practical and theory evaluation.
Construction9:00a

Prevailing Wage Forms

This course will help contractors understand the documentation and regulation that accompany working with public agencies. A difficult aspect to understand and manage public work correctly comes with the requirement to pay prevailing wages. On state or federal projects, contractors must pay their workers according to the applicable prevailing wage scales. Knowing the correct wage rates and job classifications can be difficult to ascertain, along with significant record keeping challenges. Conflicting directives between the contracting agency and the wage enforcement agency often occur. It’s time to increase your Prevailing Wage IQ!

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