One Year Later: Builders Code Chat Series & Expanded Training

Today, we are pleased to launch our Builders Code Chat series. Hear what real contractors like, Kinetic Construction, RAM, Chinook Scaffolding Ltd., Westcana Electric and Scott Construction have to say about the value of the Builders Code in improving culture in their teams and on their worksites.

Also, due to employer demand, we’ve expanded access to the Builders Code culture training by giving employers the option to host training at their offices. This provides for more flexible scheduling and makes it possible to include up to 20 team members in a single session. 

“Adopting the Builders Code has had a surprisingly positive impact on our organization. It has created a common understanding of what acceptable worksite standards are and has greatly reduced any subjectivity of the matter. The training has been very beneficial and has provided our site leaders with the tools, knowledge and information that they need in order to share, teach and promote the benefits of the code internally, as well as to sub-trades. It has resulted in more cohesive, respectful worksites and increased productivity. We look forward to the day that all contractors take the pledge!” – Allison Greaves, Human Resources Manager, Durwest Construction Management Inc.

Traditional in-classroom training will still be offered on a per-seat basis through the Regional Construction Associations. To find out more please visit our training page.

Businesses representing thousands of employees have already shown their support for the Builders Code by signing the pledge, taking training, or using materials in aspects of their businesses, including hiring and orientation processes, on their company websites, posters at job sites, in job postings, at job fairs, and even in truck decals for their entire fleet!

Together we are building a construction industry that works for everyone.   We hope you’ll join us.

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