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Apprenticeship Training Program

Apprenticeship Programs
Nail Down a Career in Carpentry today. The Carpenters Training Program has four state-of-the art training facilities. We offer training in all aspects of Carpentry, Cabinetmaking, Electrical, Floor Covering, and Millwright.

Associated Electrical Contractors

Contractor Associations

Associated Electrical Contractors (AEC)
You now have more than one choice when it comes to choosing an Electrical Contractor. Associated Electrical Contractors (AEC) of St. Louis in conjunction with Local 57 Electricians, Affiliated with Carpenters’ District Council of Greater St. Louis and Vicinity, have highly trained and skilled Electricians who are safe, productive, and ready for any electrical project, hassle free. Take a moment and see what the St. Louis Construction Industry is talking about. 

Home Builders' Association of St. Louis and Eastern Missouri
The Home Builders' Association (HBA) with over 700 members is one of the most active local building industry associations in the country. The Home Builders' Association of St. Louis and Eastern Missouri helps create a region that promotes and protects the viability of the building industry by serving its members, who strive to meet the housing needs of our neighbors.

Associated General Contractors of Missouri
AGC of Missouri is a member-driven organization of general contactors who construct commercial, governmental, and institutional buildings, as well as highways and bridges. Other members include specialty contractors and supplier/service providers. The AGC of Missouri, with 450 members, is one of the 97 chapters of the Associated General Contractors of America.



DOL LM-2 Reporting

DOL LM-2 Reporting
To access the Carpenters Regional Council's LM-2 Reporting:
Go to:           www.dol.gov/olms/
Click on:      View a Union Report
Enter File #: 002-637


Local 32 Safety Training Website

Local 32 Safety Training Website

Online Fall Prevention Resources

Online Fall Prevention Resources
This website catalogs fall protection equipment for residential construction. Equipment is classified by the type of fall protection or the phase of construction. This website was supported by CPWR through NIOSH cooperative agreement OH009762.


OSHA

OSHA
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was created to ensure safe and healthful working conditions for working men and women by setting and enforcing standards by providing training, outreach, education and assistance.

Sisters in the Brotherhood

Sisters in the Brotherhood
With nearly 20,000 female members working along side their UBC Brothers on construction sites, power plants, and factory floors, Sisters in the Brotherhood is committed to strengthening the UBC by promoting activism, diversity and increasing the number of women members.

Stop Construction Falls

Stop Construction Falls
The Campaign:
Falls kill – they are the top cause of construction fatalities and account for one-third of on-the-job injury deaths in the industry. Each year in the U.S. more than 200 construction workers are killed and over 10,000 are seriously injured by falls.
The goal of this national campaign is to prevent fatal falls from roofs, ladders, and scaffolds by encouraging residential construction contractors to:
• PLAN ahead to get the job done safely.
• PROVIDE the right equipment.
• TRAIN everyone to use the equipment safely.

United Brotherhood of Carpenters

United Brotherhood of Carpenters
The United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America represents more than a half-million men and women who provide the construction industry with productive, competitive, and expert work on a daily basis. They equip professional craftsmen with the elite skills that are demanded in today’s construction industry. Refer to their website for more information on Crafts, Industry, Training, Leadership and current news.

Waterways Council, Inc.

Waterways Council, Inc. 
Waterways Council, Inc. is the national public policy organization advocating a modern and well-maintained national system of ports and inland waterways. Its members include shippers and receivers of bulk commodities, waterways carriers, ports, shipping associations, agriculture groups, organized labor, advocacy groups, and environmental and conservation organizations.
The Waterways Mission: Our nation's waterways Keep America Moving, provide family-wage American jobs, support exports, and protect the environment. They relieve traffic congestion, are the most energy-efficient mode of surface transportation, and are vital to our agriculture, manufacturing and energy sectors.