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EIWPF TRAINING CLASSES
This class is for new elevator constructors in the elevator industry that want to know more about the Industry they are working in. This course covers the history of the IUEC as well as its benefits and organizing policies.
Industry Advancement Program (IAP)
The Industry Advancement Program assists signatory contractors and the International Union of Elevator Constructors in recovering units not under signatory service contracts. Signatory contractors wishing to learn more about this program can contact Allen Spears at 1-888-511-3113, ext. 1.
Technical Coordinator Support (TCS)
This initiative is designed to provide local union offices, chartered by the IUEC, with both remote and on site technical resource for training, development, and technical support for the various hardware and software products available on today's computer systems.
OSHA 500 Training
This program offers a wide variety of OSHA 10/30 hour Construction training for IUEC members as well as Company Management personal. The OSHA 502 class serves to renew your Authorized Outreach training credentials every four years. The OSHA 510 prerequisite course and 500 classes are designed to provide OSHA Authorized Construction Trainer and Disaster Response Training credentials for instructing the OSHA 10/30 hour construction courses.
P-A-C-E (Professional Approved Continuing Education)
Through this program, the EIWPF administers continuing education for Certificate of Competency Holders and Licensed Elevator Mechanics, “on safety in their workplace”, an integral part of the Model Elevator Safety Code Legislation.
ASME A17.1 Section 8.6 – Maintenance – Repair - Replacement (MRR)
This was added in the ASME A17.1 2000 Code which deals with maintenance, repair and Replacement, made to all conveyances covered under this section. This class is primarily designed for Mechanics who perform MRR/contract service work in areas which have adopted the A17.1 2000 Code.
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