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IMPACT Offers Free Assistance on Certification Efforts
Posted by Alison Trost on August 24, 2010 at 10:12 AM.

The Ironworker Management Progressive Action Cooperative Trust (IMPACT) has set up a program providing significant - and free - assistance to its members in their efforts to achieve AISC steel erector and fabricator certification. In addition to working closely with AISC and Quality Management Company, an independent third-party auditing company, the organization has partnered with industry consultants to provide its contractor members with one free day of onsite advisory sessions and an additional eight hours of follow-up correspondence. Assisting on erector certification issues are Ted Sheppard and Jim Hobson, and Charles McGowan provides assistance on fabrication issues.

 

IMPACT says that more than 38 contractors already have taken advantage of the program. To learn more, visit the IMPACT website (www.impact-net.org) or contact Kenny Waugh, IMPACT’s director of industry liaisons, at 800.545.4921.

 

For more information about AISC certification programs, go to www.aisc.org/certification.


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