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Seven Training Requirements for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Contractors Under EM 385-1-1

If you are a contractor working with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), there are several training requirements for personnel of which you should be aware. We’ve made a short list of seven requirements below, but if you need all of the safety requirements under EM 385 you can read it ...

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Safety After Disaster: OSHA Disaster Site Worker Training

Photo Credit: Daquella Manera via Those who respond to disaster sites are exposed to some unique workplace hazards. Their working environment is an unpredictable, changing landscape, often fraught with human trauma. There are physical as well as emotional tolls that ...

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25% Military Discount

United Alliance Services is a proud supporter of US Military service members. In order to show that support we offer a 25% discount year round on all open enrollment trainings to active military and veterans. This is a small way of saying thank you for all that you do. Almost half of our ...

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OSHA 10 Hour General Industry Night Class

It's not always easy to get away from work- even for workplace safety training. That is why we will be offering an OSHA 10 Hour General Industry night class this October.Please join us on October 26 & October 28 to receive your OSHA certification.      &nbsp...

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El Faro Reminds Us of the Dangers in Maritime Careers

    The El Faro is a 790-foot cargo ship which the U.S. Coast Guard has determined to have sunk while passing through Category 4 hurricane Joaquin. It was on course from Jacksonville, Florida to San Juan, Puerto Rico when communication from the vessel ceased October 1. The Co...

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UASC Gains a Second OSHA Authorized Maritime Trainer

United Alliance Services has expanded its capability to provide critical and hard to find training to maritime and shipyard employers and industry workers.In a region where OSHA Authorized Maritime Trainers are few and far between, United Alliance Services (UASC) has expanded to be able to f...

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OSHA Upholds Safety Citations in the Death of Worker- Sarah Jones

On February 20, 2014 Sarah Jones, a 27-year-old camera assistant was killed while working on the crew of ‘Midnight Rider’ in Georgia.  Film Allman, the production company, was cited in August, 2014 for one willful and one serious safety violation for exposing employees to struck-by and ...

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Construction Safety Administrative Assistant – Boston

United Alliance Services Corporation (UASC) is currently looking for a project based administrative assistant to join our fast growing Boston and New England territory.  Administrative professional with excellent organization, time management, and interpersonal skills. Experienc...

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Project Site Safety Manager

Position Description: The Project Safety Manager shall report to the United Alliance Services’, EVP of Technical Services.  He/she will provide support to the assigned contract with a direct report to the client’s Project Manager in an effort to enforce project safety and health poli...

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Construction Safety Consultant – Boston, MA

If you are a Construction Safety Professional looking to grow your career then you owe it to yourself to read on. United Alliance Services Corporation (UASC) is currently looking for Construction Safety Consultants to join our fast growth Boston and New England territory.  ...

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