Metal deck installation is one of the most hazardous tasks that ironworkers face during the structural steel erection process. The first step in the decking process is the hoisting and landing of the deck bundles on the floors or roof. During this first step if the deck bundle is not properly landed on the framing or the deck bundle is not tightly nested from the plant (imagine an unshuffled deck of cards) it can cause a falling hazard.
Employees of Building Envelope Systems are among the “young talent” the company hopes to train into industry leaders using the SEAA/NCCER Ironworker Craft Training program.
The Steel Erectors Association of America announces that three additional companies have joined the nationwide network of SEAA/NCCER Ironworker Training Units and Assessment Sites, bringing the total to 18 providers.
July SEAA Connector News
From Left: Alan Sears, SEAA Awards Committee Chair; Tim Eldridge, SEAA Craft Training Specialist; Ronnie Ranson, CSE Inc President; Dave Schulz, SEAA Board President; Tom Underhill, SEAA ED
The Steel Erectors Association of America announces that CSE Inc., which provides erecting, rigging, crane, and industrial contracting services from its Madison Heights, Va., headquarters, was selected to receive the 2018 SEAA Craft Training Grant.
The Steel Erectors Association of America (SEAA) is a proud Partner of OSHA’s national Safe + Sound Campaign. The Safe + Sound Campaign encourages every workplace in the U.S. to have a safety and health program, a proactive approach to identifying and managing workplace hazards before they cause injury or illness.