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MOST holds OSHA 'train the trainer' classes

24 members and company trainers update or earn credentials

MOST CONDUCTED OSHA 500 "train the trainer" classes in Kansas City, Missouri, Jan. 29-Feb 7 for 18 members and six company trainers seeking to attain or update credentials that will allow them to teach OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 classes.

Participants pictured are, seated l. to r., Pete Cucuz, instructor; Jim Paglia, Local 28 (Newark, New Jersey); Manny Ypsilantes, instructor; Jay Brophy, MOST; Tim Clark, GEM; Todd Blankenship, Local 456 (Rock Hill, South Carolina); Herman Gibbs, Local 26 (Savannah, Georgia); and Bridget Connors, MOST.

Middle row l. to r., Tony Smarra, MOST; Matt Fink, Local 13 (Philadelphia); Richard Lerma, Local 627 (Phoenix); Darren Lindee, Local 60 (Peoria, Illinois); Tom Green, Local 13; Shannon Bates, Local 454 (Chattanooga, Tennessee); Chris Knox, Local 83 (Kansas City, Missouri); and Mark Garrett, D-H&SS.

Back row l. to r., Bill Jenerou, Boldt; Scott Kuchta, Enerfab; Darrell Manroe, Local 83; Ramiro Gamboa, Kiewit; Gerald Calvert, Local 83; Arron Richardson, Local 5 Zone 197 (Albany, New York); Sean Coleman, Local 13; James Irwin, Local 363 (East St. Louis, Illinois); Ron Dickens, GEM; Mark Kuergeleis, Local 363; Marty Smith, Local 363; and Josue Zammaron, Kiewit.

Reporter  V57N1
Published on the Web: March 20, 2018

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