DOL: New Temporary COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave and Family Medical Leave Program
March 26, 2020
Master Builders of Iowa is the recognized leader of the construction industry in the state of Iowa. Founded in 1912, MBI is one of 89 chapters of the Associated General Contractors of America, the most influential and widely respected construction association in the country. MBI’s members perform the majority of the state’s commercial, industrial, and public works building projects. The association provides its members with a comprehensive array of educational, safety, environmental, labor, legal, professional development, and legislative services.
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In this webinar, we will discuss how to insure workers are safe during those hot days, ways to address heat related issues, and also signs and symptoms of heat related illnesses and what to do in the event of an emergency.
There is always something interesting going on at the Iowa Statehouse during the legislative session. In an effort to enhance MBI’s advocacy efforts and keep members informed, MBI’s public affairs team will host a series of webinars during the 2020 legislative session.
In this safety webinar, attendees will learn to identify common fall protection hazards, along with the OSHA requirements and general guidelines for various fall protection systems in everyday use.
Unit 1: Variation in Production Systems. This half-day course introduces one of the foundational concepts of Lean Construction, variation.
Our mobile app can help simplify your life by providing you with all of our information in a format that maximizes usability on the go. This re-launched offering features all the basics currently available on the website, while also incorporating access to MBI’s Training Vault.
With the coronavirus making front-page news day after day, most employers will be faced with questions asked by their employees who are nervous about the virus. And if an employee is suspected of having the virus, employers must be prepared with set policies, procedures, and communications to address such situations – effectively and with attention to current employment laws.