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C3 Orientation.  This C3 orientation is intended to be given to ALL workers on a C3 project.  It is expected this orientation will take less than 1.

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1 C3 Orientation

2  This C3 orientation is intended to be given to ALL workers on a C3 project.  It is expected this orientation will take less than 1 hour.  This orientation shall be given on each project, regardless of prior C3 experience or safety credentials. 2 C3 Orientation

3  The General Contractor will review Project Specific a)Safety Rules b)Risks/Hazards c)Policies & Procedures 3 C3 Orientation (this slide optional)

4 In the fall of 2009, a group of owners, general contractors and specialty contractors gathered to discuss the current state of the commercial construction workforce in the Greater Houston Area. The conclusion was that future demand for the commercial construction industry will far outpace the availability of qualified craft workers. 4 WHY C3

5 INDUSTRIAL FACTS  The average craft worker is 47  The average entry age into the industry is 29  Craft training is at an all-time low  Construction productivity is at an all-time low  20% of the workforce is expected to retire within 3 years  Future building growth is projected to exceed anything seen in previous generations 5 The Bottom Line While the construction workforce is aging and less productive due to lack of training, the demand on our industry is increasing and becoming more technical every year. We must do more to recruit, train and retain craft workers to meet the demands of our industry.

6 Establish a voluntary alliance of Owners, Contractors and Specialty Contractors to accomplish the mission by adopting the necessary principles for success, requirements for participation and procedures for enforcing the requirements. 6STRATEGY

7 sustainable  Creation of a sustainable construction workforce. qualified  Ability to attract and retain a verifiably qualified workforce. healthysafer  Recognition for leadership in a healthy and safer commercial construction industry.  Increased efficiency resulting in better built projects in less time.  Contribute to a better insured and trained population. 7BENEFITS Productivity Safety Cost

8 1.Financial Security, Health and Well Being 2.Safety training 3.Craft training …for the commercial construction workforce 8 THREE OWNER ENFORCED PRINCIPLES

9 SUSTAINABLE WORKFORCE SUSTAINABLE WORKFORCE All Non-Exempt (non-salaried) Workers on this C3 jobsite shall: by the hour 1.Be paid by the hour 2.Be paid overtime for work in excess of 40 hours in a week 3.Be provided worker security by the employer paying unemployment taxes, worker’s compensation insurance and contribute to social security for the workforce NO Piecework or Independent Contractors Allowed! 9

10 10 perforation The top part of this document is the pay stub; the bottom part below the perforation is the pay check.PAYROLL

11 11 40 hours at regular time 5.0 hours at overtime The pay stub should show hours worked during the pay period. In the example here, this is 40 hours at regular time, and 5.0 hours at overtime (time and a half).PAYROLL

12 12 $15.00 per regular hour $22.50 per overtime hour The pay stub should also show the hourly pay rate. In this example, the pay rate is $15.00 per regular hour worked, and $22.50 per overtime hour worked.PAYROLL

13 13 $712.50 of gross pay The pay stub should show gross wages earned during the pay period. In the example below, this is (40 hrs. X $15.00/hr.) + (5.0 hrs. X $22.00/hr = $712.50 of gross pay.PAYROLL

14 14 Required deductions should be itemized on the pay stub and will normally include Federal Income Tax withheld. The amount withheld is a function of taxable gross pay, and marital status and exemptions claimed on the Form W-4 (Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate) submitted by the employee to the employer.PAYROLL

15 15 Required deductions should be itemized on the pay stub and will normally include FICA - Social Security Tax. This should be calculated by the employer at the applicable rate or percent.PAYROLL

16 16 Required deductions should be itemized on the pay stub and will normally include MEDI - Medicare Tax. This should be calculated by the employer at the applicable rate or percent.PAYROLL

17 17 Other common deductions include the portion of health insurance coverage paid by the employee, dues, and deductions for a company provided retirement plan, such as a 401(k).PAYROLL

18 18 If the employer pays by direct deposit, or by payroll card, the information below should be provided to the employee in the form of a payroll supplement. A payroll supplement or other document to support these alternative forms of payment should reflect that all of the below required deductions have been withheld from the employee’s gross pay.PAYROLL

19 Weekly random checks of pay stubs or payroll supplements will be conducted to ensure trade contractor compliance. 19PAYROLL

20 Financial Security, Health and Well Being If you are not being paid correctly, please contact the General Contractor. 20

21 C3 SAFETY REQUIREMENTS  All Workers must have completed an OSHA 10-Hour Course prior to arrival on the job site.  All Supervisors must have completed an OSHA 30-Hour Course prior to arrival on the job site.  Future: Safety refresher classes will be required 21

22 A) Specific Job Site Safety Rules A) Specific Job Site Safety Rules (this slide optional) 22 [By General Contractor]

23 B) Risk & Hazard Recognition B) Risk & Hazard Recognition (this slide optional) 23 [By General Contractor]

24  One of the most effective ways to identify job hazards is to perform a Job Safety Analysis (JSA), or Job Hazard Analysis (JHA), for each job before beginning work. 24 JSA/JHA Hazard Recognition (this slide optional)

25 JSA/JHA HAZARD RECOGNITION (this slide optional)  There are four main elements to consider when conducting a JSA: 1) the worker, 2) the task, 3) the tools and 4) work environment. The JSA focuses on the relationships between these four elements by breaking the job procedures down into steps or tasks and identifying the hazards associated with each step of the job. Once the hazards have been identified, a list is developed stating what controls should be in place and the specific procedures to follow to prevent an accident. 25

26  There are many benefits associated with JSAs. JSAs improve job planning, help employees to recognize potential hazards, involve all employees in determining the necessary safety precautions, and improve communication. Eliminating and preventing hazards in the workplace will result in fewer injuries and illnesses, safer, more effective work controls, reduced worker’s compensation costs, and increased worker productivity. 26 JSA/JHA HAZARD RECOGNITION (this slide optional)

27 Current Potential Jobsite Hazards Current Potential Jobsite Hazards (this slide optional) 27 [By General Contractor]

28 C) Specific Job Site Policies/Procedures C) Specific Job Site Policies/Procedures (this slide optional) 28 [By General Contractor]

29 Training Future: 1.Assessments for experienced workers – Competent, Qualified, Skilled 2.Required training for less experienced and entry level workers 29

30 30 Studies show that investing in training significantly enhances performance and project execution. A review by the Houston Business Roundtable found:  productivity was up by as much as 24%  Turnover was down by as much as 43%  Job site absenteeism was down by as much as 59%  OSHA recordable injuries were reduced by as much as 90%  First aid cases were reduced by as much as 90% Tomorrow’s Workforce TRAINED. SAFE. SUSTAINABLE. Let’s Have a Safe, Productive Project!

31 31  I am being paid by the hour (no piece work and no independent contractors).  I receive overtime pay for all work over 40 hours in a week.  If I am a craft worker, I have received OSHA 10-Hour training.  If I am a supervisor, I have received OSHA 30-Hour training.  I have attended the C3 Orientation for this Project. C3 CHECK LIST

32 C3 MISSION SUPPORTERS 32

33 33 For more information, visit our website at: www.constructioncareercollaborative.org


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