Increased competition in the marketplace places a premium on a trained workforce. Millwrights Local 1102 offers journeymen enhancement training to its members. Journeymen traveling to another Local's jurisdiction for work will need qualification cards as proof of training to secure employment.
• All participants must be a member of Millwrights Local 1102 and present a current dues card before taking the class.
• Work attire is mandatory; shorts, cut-off sleeves, sandals etc. are not allowed.
• All participants must bring paper, highlighter, pen, and pencil. Additional course requirements will be noted below.Classes are subject to rescheduling
Refer to the Calendar for course dates and registration.
Please contact the Apprenticeship at 586-573-4660 and register for the training you need.
Following OSHA regulations and ANSI standards, the student will develop the skills necessary to safely operate self-propelled elevating work platforms and boom supported elevating work platforms.
This course describes what a confined space is, the common hazards of a confined space, and the equipment required to work in a confined space. The student learns about safe entry procedures, monitoring principles, entry permits, the roles of attendants and entrants. Hands-on exercises will introduce the student to SCBA, SAR, and air monitoring equipment.
Work boots, safety glasses, and gloves are required for the hands-on portions of the Confined Space projects.
The course is designed to help workers recognize working conditions that may lead to falls and to understand the methods and equipment available to prevent falls. This course does address the use and functions of personal fall arrest systems and personal protection equipment (PPE).
Students learn basic first aid, adult CPR procedures, and how to use the AED. Included are the responsibilities of the first respondent, Good Samaritan Laws, and Duty to Act.
First Aid expires every three years. CPR and AED expire every two years.
The level 1 pump repair technician class covers single stage overhung centrifugal pumps, braided rope packing, and mechanical seals. The class includes theory, pump operation, pump curves, trouble shooting, impeller setting and design, bearings, mechanical seals, and use of precision tools.Work boots, safety glasses, and gloves are required for the hands-on portions of the Flowserve projects.
A scientific calculator, such as Texas Instruments TI-30 Xa, is required.
The principles of operation, installation and repair procedures of gas and steam turbines are examined in this class. Included are safety wiring, pant-leg safety washers, the optical level two-peg test, safe rigging practices, and safe work practices specific to turbines. The turbine training will be completed with a hands-on turbine project at the UBC Training Center.
This 40 hour course is held at the International Training Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. It includes classroom instruction and hands-on projects performed on a Frame 5 GE Combustion Turbine.
Prerequisites are: Turbine Familiarization, HYTORC, Rigging Qualification, and Millwright 16 Hour Safety.
The goal of this class is to build the skills and practices necessary for the worker navigate through an error possible situation without causing harm to the worker, to others, or to related equipment. A worker's anticipation of possible action/reaction scenarios is discussed. Each student must successfully complete a series of group activities.
The safe use of HYTORC bolt tension equipment is examined along with a hands-on project.
A hard hat, work boots, safety glasses, and gloves are required for the hands-on portion of the HYTORC project.
This Qualification is required for many job sites. Millwright Qualification can be obtained by providing proof of being a graduate apprentice or by completing the competency testing. The testing includes six written tests and two hands-on projects.
This qualification expires every four years.
The PITO course covers Industrial fork trucks in accordance with CFR 1910.178, ANSI standards (B56.1 - 1969) and ASME (B56.6-1992). The training is a combination of formal classroom instruction, practical hands-on training and evaluation of the operator's performance.A hard hat, work boots, safety glasses, and gloves are required for the hands-on portion of the PITO project.
This qualification expires every three years.
This course addresses the safety regulations and rigging practices related to rigging, rigging hardware and safe rigging practices. Hands-on inspections and rigging projects are stressed. Each student must demonstrate the ability to tie a series of knots and know the appropriate use of each knot. Hand and voice signals or commands are extensively reviewed. This third party recognized course exceeds ANSI A10.42.2000 "Qualified Rigger" and "Qualified Signal Person."
A hard hat, work boots, safety glasses, and gloves are required for the hands-on rigging project.
This course renews the Rigging Qualification card. It must be completed within one year of the expiration of the Rigging Qualification card. If the one year period is exceeded, the course must be repeated.
These courses will discuss safety and health problems affecting Millwrights and methods to prevent serious illnesses and injuries. Those completing the Millwright Safety course also qualify for OSHA 10.
All students must be current in their MUST safety modules and drug test.
This 40 hour course is held at the International Training Center in Las Vegas, Nevada. It includes classroom instruction and hands-on projects performed on a Siemens steam turbine.
Prerequisites are: GE Gas Turbine Qualification, Gas Turbine Familiarization, HYTORC, Rigging Qualification, and Millwright 16 Hour Safety.
This program addresses OSHA safety regulations for scaffolds, scaffolding introduction, and the specific procedures for using scaffold systems.
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