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Members of Local 83 complete Code training

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THIRTY-ONE MEMBERS OF LOCAL 83 (Kansas City, Missouri) received Boilermaker Code training Feb. 20-21, conducted by instructors Chuck Clancy and Fred Keith. The training is a mandatory program of the MOST (Mobilization, Optimization, Stabilization and Training) trust. MOST Safety and Training Representative Nicki Benson provided technical assistance.

First-day participants included: Alex Baldwin, Ben Capps, Devin Crouch, Nick DeMaria, Joshua Dorrell, Brent Gaunt, Rudy Gingerich, Pete Hutchison, Alan Keith, Chris Knox, Jared Kyner, Joe Anthony Lopez, Brady Munsterman, Bobby Ryan, Anton Vetrov, Paul Vetrov and Kyle Warren.

Second-day participants included: Jason Armstrong, Brandon Burris, Terry Collins, Tyson Collins, Curtis Cottingham, Jordan Gardner, Jack Grosvenor, Russell Hinkle, Bo Hustead, Virgil Mayfield, Ron Nash, Rick Peve, Shelby Pyeatt and Eric Washington.

Visit www.mostprograms.com for more information on MOST.

Locals  L-83
Reporter  V57N1
Published on the Web: March 13, 2018

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