Starcon’s craft training is based on module curriculums developed and provided through the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) which is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Labor. The NCCER develops and publishes standardized curriculums for the Maintenance and Construction Industry. Starcon provides training in Welding, Pipe Fitting, Boiler Making, Mechanical Insulation, Scaffolding, Millwright, Crane and Rigging as well as Safety Programs. In order to fully utilize the resources provided by the NCCER, Starcon has obtained the status of an Accredited Training Sponsor with the NCCER. As an Accredited Trained Sponsor, Starcon can now deal directly with the NCCER regarding all craft testing for Team Members and the certification process required for NCCER Instructors and Proctors.
All NCCER training classes are scheduled and conducted in a controlled environment by NCCER Certified Instructors/Proctors at each Maintenance Site and Starcon’s new training facility located at their Corporate Office in New Lenox, Illinois. Additional craft training requirements for all Starcon Team Members assigned to Maintenance/Project sites will be on personal protective equipment (PPE), System Breach Requirements, Lock-Out/Tag Out procedure, Fire Watch/Hole Watch procedure, Confined Space Entry, safe use of fall protection, proper completion/usage of Starcon’s (JSA) Job Safety Analysis and (SLA) Safe Lift Analysis Forms and any additional site specific training as required. All Team Members training documentation is recorded through the NCCER and kept on file at the Corporate Offices.