News From PCCA...
TIRAP at Northwood Technical College
PCCA education partner Northwood Technical College will be offering Overhead & Underground Utility Technician Programs as part of the Telecommunications Industry Registered Apprenticeship Program (TIRAP) beginning in August. These programs help move your low- or no-skill entry-level employees to full occupational proficiency.
Safe + Sound Week 2022
Safe + Sound Week registration is open! Join thousands of businesses who are recognizing their commitment to workplace safety and health. Organizations of all sizes and industries are welcome to participate.
Visit the Safe + Sound Week webpage to sign up to participate, and for ideas on planning and promoting your event.
PCCA Membership Directory & Buyer's Guide
The new 2022-2023 PCCA Membership Directory & Buyer's Guide (print edition) is available online.
Bookmark the link on your phone or tablet and carry PCCA wherever you are. It can also be shared by email or social media.
Fully searchable, the new directory allows you to create your own bookmarks within the publication. Please note the printed edition listings are current at time of initial publication. For the most up-to-date listings please search our online member directory.
PCCA Journal - 2022 Q2 - Available Online
The latest edition of the PCCA Journal is in the mail but you can avoid the wait by reading it online.
Featured in this issue: 77th Annual Convention Recap, Employee Complaint Checklist for Employers, 2022-2023 PCCA Scholarship Winners Announced... and more.
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The PCCA Journal is portable and optimized for reading on your phone or tablet.
In Memoriam: Tim Killoren
PCCA Announces 2022-23 Scholarship Winners
During the 77th Annual PCCA Convention in Scottsdale, Ariz., in March, the PCCA Education & Research Foundation announced the recipients of its 2022-2023 scholarships: Eli Herkenrath, Silver Lake, Kans.; Brady Harmand, Marland, Okla.; Benjamin Tholen, Bristol, Ill.; Richard Sapp, Coleman, Mich.; and Bret Jennings, Linn, Mo.
Find and Fix Workplace Hazards
At the core of every effective safety and health program is a systematic process for finding and fixing workplace hazards. Finding and fixing hazards in the workplace is an ongoing process that helps better identify and correct hazards before they cause injuries or illnesses so that workers go home, after every shift, safe and sound.
There are a variety of ways to identify hazards in your workplace, including reviewing records such as the OSHA 300 Log of Work- Related Injuries and Illnesses. Visit the Safe + Sound webpage to learn how to find and fix hazards in your workplace and download resources, such as the Hazard Identification Worksheet – Hazard Information.