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    Friday, May 17, 2019
    Objective: To reinforce safe work practices for handling compressed gas cylinders used in welding applications Compressed gas cylinders are a dangerous but necessary aspect of hot work. They may contain toxic, flammable, oxygen-displacing, or explosive materials, and can become projectiles if their contents are suddenly and uncontrollably released.Click here to download the complete training ...read more
    Categories: Cornerstone Partner News, E-Communication - Newsletter, Marin Builders Association NEWS, E- Communication - Toolkit Program, Education, Safety and Training, Papers/Research
    Thursday, April 25, 2019
    Objective: To understand the risks of various fire scenarios and to be able to determine if it is appropriate to try to fight the fire. Prior to fighting any type of fire with a fire extinguisher, a risk assessment must be performed to evaluate such conditions as the fire size, fuel type, evacuation routes, and other hazards in the area.Click here to download the complete training short in ...read more
    Categories: E- Communication - Toolkit Program, Education, Safety and Training, Papers/Research, Cornerstone Partner News, E-Communication - Newsletter, Human Interest
    Tuesday, October 09, 2018
    PRESS RELEASE  CONTACT: Rick Wells Chief Executive Officer  415.462.1220 rick@marinbuilders.com   CONTACT: Don Jeppson Chief Building Official     415.485.3357 Don.Jeppson@cityofsanrafael.org  City of San Rafael to Publish Report from Marin Builders Association on Permit Customer Satisfaction   In partnership with the Marin Builders Association and the Marin Economic Forum, the City ...read more
    Categories: Advocacy and Legislation, E-Communication - Advocacy, Economic, Marin Builders Association NEWS, Press Release, Community, E-Communication - Newsletter, General News Article, Papers/Research
    Tuesday, August 01, 2017
    Marin Builders working behind the scenes for our members.SB 1254 – Unlicensed ContractorsProperty owners can be held liable for injuries to uninsured workers and the Contractors' License Board (CSLB) has no direct authority to intervene. This bill gives the CSLB the tools they need to fight unlicensed contractors by providing the Registrar with the authority to issue administrative Stop Work ...read more
    Categories: Advocacy and Legislation, E-Communication - Advocacy, Economic, Papers/Research, Press Release
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