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train workers

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people who work on trains
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Inspectors found that the company - owned by Keith Hanford - failed to ensure that employees used a vertical life line and other fall protection; conduct regular inspections of the scaffold equipment; adequately train workers to recognize and avoid fall hazards; and properly ground an electric motor used on the scaffold.
LED FastStart has been named as the top state workforce training program for the ninth year in a row by Business Facilities.<br />The publication's 2018 State Rankings Report described the program, which works with new and expanding companies on recruiting, screening and training employees, as "the industry's gold standard."<br />The program has been used to train workers at Sasol, which is completing an $11 billion ethane cracker complex near Lakes Charles.
A report by MiBiz.com said the program provides companies $1,500 to train workers in "short-term customized classes" and up to $3,000 for new apprentices.
by Times News ServiceThe exercise is part of the major emergency plans that are normally implemented in order to measure the readiness and train workers in the different establishments
Tata Steel's regeneration arm has pledged PS3m to help create jobs in Scunthorpe, while up to PS6m will be given by the Government to train workers and help local businesses in the region.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Train workers from First Great Western, a British train company that provides commuter and suburban services, went on strike on Sunday against the introduction of new trains.
Karim said his country has set up 64 centers to train workers. "We have prepared a database of some 2 million qualified workers." A high-level Saudi Labor Ministry delegation is expected to visit Dhaka in a few days to iron out a labor agreement, he said.
It's a four-year, $2 billion federal effort to help train workers and fill in-demand jobs.
Police used tear gas and rubber bullets to quell the massive uprising of tube train workers demanding better pay.
The good news is that employers are taking matters into their own hands to create the workforce they need, with the majority believing that they should do more to train workers up.
A GROUP of Midland colleges could go head-to-head with rivals from Manchester for the chance to train workers for the HS2 network.