The Southern California Pavement Striper, Road Slurry Seal Coat & Highway Maintenance Apprenticeship and Training Trust Fund is proud of the relationships that we have with our contractors as we continue to Build Our Future.
We are working side by side with our contractors to raise industry standards, promote quality, and protect your bottom line.
With training that meets or exceeds OSHA, EPA, and other regulatory standards, we help make work safer, reduce accident rates, control workers’ compensation costs, and save lives.
The Pavement Striper, Road Slurry Seal Coat & Highway Maintenance Apprenticeship and Training Trust Fund is committed to providing the best trained, highest skilled, hardest working people in the industry to our partners.
We provide assistance to our contractors. Our most common links are below. For any other questions, please contact us at the Apprenticeship Office.
Phone: (951) 248-4331
Fax: (951) 784-0463
For Information on the Apprenticeship Program & to Schedule Apprentices for Class:
Cell# (714) 309-8195
For Information on Union Related topics:
Local 1184 Business Agents
Cell# (951) 662-1577
Cell# (909) 376-6357
Laborers’ Union Local 1184
Main Office: (951) 684-1484
The Department of Industrial Relations and the DAS (Division of Apprenticeship Standards). Has information for public works requirements, the DAS 140/142, apprentice ratios and information, apprenticeship program information, and state certifications.
Request to Indenture
Contractors signatory to the Master Parking & Highway Improvement Agreement may upon request sponsor an apprentice by submitting a sponsorship letter on company letterhead. This will be submitted to the Local Union for review. Upon approval, the applicant apprentice will be scheduled to attend the next available Open House.
Contact a Business Agent on how to Request to Indenture an Experienced Journey Person
The Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) Sexual Harassment Prevention Online Training Course
Find an apprentices certification for public works (DIR Website)
Request Federal Certification for Apprentice
– You MUST e-mail the Pavement Stripers JAC office at email@example.com to receive a Federal Certification.
Email must include:
You will receive your request between 24-48 hours after submittal.
Public Works How To Guide
Submit Contract award information
In general, public works refer to construction projects that are paid for in whole or in part out of public funds, or if private funds are used, more than 50 percent of the square footage is leased to a public entity. Because of this, there are laws regarding many aspects of construction projects to protect the public’s interest.
One of the legal requirements for working on a public works project is the employment of apprentices. Contractors who are not already participating in an approved program must request the dispatch of apprentices from at least one other apprenticeship committee if more than one exists in the area of the public works project. Our committee is the only one approved by the DAS in Southern California. All your Public Works filings must be submitted to our office exclusively.
Submit the contract award information of your public works project within 10 days of the prime execution of the contract or subcontract but in no event later than the first day in which the contractor has workers employed on the public work. You may use form DAS 140. This is simply a notification of the award; it is not automatically a request for the dispatch of a registered apprentice.
Request Registered Apprentices
A contractor on a public works project must employ one (1) hour of apprentice work for every three (3) hours performed by a journeyman.
All contractors must request the dispatch of an apprentice from our apprenticeship program by giving our office actual notice of at least 72 hours (business days only) before the date on which apprentices are required. (DAS 142 / Apprentice Dispatch request)
Employ Registered Apprentices
In order for the JAC to provide your company with apprentices for Public Works Project(s), you must complete the Pavement Striper, Road Slurry, Seal Coat & Highway Maintenance Apprenticeship Subscription Agreement, which will allow you to contribute the fringe benefit component of the apprentice’s prevailing wage to our Trust Funds. Please note that this is NOT a Union Agreement and is only applicable to the project(s) listed. Upon completion, please return to our attention via fax: (951) 784-0463, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or mail: So. Cal. Pavement Striper, Road Slurry, Seal Coat & Highway Maintenance JAC, 1074 E. La Cadena Dr. #9, Riverside, CA. 92507
Make Training Fund Contributions
Contractors who are awarded public works jobs must make training fund contributions in the amount established in the prevailing wage rate publication for journeymen and apprentices. This nominal fee contributes to the assurance that new apprentices coming into the craft will be guaranteed the highest level of training and as skilled craftsmen retire, the trade will survive.
The contribution should be paid by check and be accompanied by a completed Training Fund Contribution Form or a letter containing the following information:
Upon completion, please return to our attention via fax: (951) 784-0463, email: email@example.com or by mail: So. Cal. Pavement Striper, Road Slurry, Seal Coat & Highway Maintenance JAC, 1074 E. La Cadena Dr. #9, Riverside, CA. 92507
How to Check Apprenticeship Certifications
To Verify if an apprentice is certified to work on Public Works with the State of California please use the DAS Search or contact the JAC at (951) 248-4337
Prevailing Wage Rates
|All Foremen shall be paid no less than two dollars ($2.00) per hour more than the hourly wage rate of the highest classification over which they have leadership. In the event the Contractor, at his option, elects to use a Foreman to supervise other Foremen, he shall be paid not less than one dollar and twenty-five cents ($2.00) per hour more than the hourly rate of the highest classified Foreman over whom he has leadership.|
|Group||Base Rate||Health & Welfare||Pension||Vac./Sup. Dues**||Training||Other***||Total|
|Period||Base Rate||Health & Welfare*||Pension||Vac./Sup. Dues**||Training||Other***||Total|
|Period I||60% less $0.55 per hour||1 – 800|
|Period II||70% less $0.55 per hour||801 – 1800|
|Period III||75%||1801 – 2800|
|Period IV||80%||2801 – 3800|
** Includes supplemental dues of $1.83 per hour
***Other: Annuity Fund $2.55, Center for Contract Compliance $0.30, Industry Fund $0.11, Contract Administration Fund $0.09, Laborers Trusts’ Administrative Trust Fund $0.06
Please be advised of the following:
|1.||Wages are to be paid on a weekly basis.|
|2.||An apprentice shall be paid at or before quitting time on the day designated as payday. In no event shall more that (5) working days elapse between the end of the pay period and the payment or wages.|
|3.||When an apprentice is laid off or discharged, they must be paid wages due to them at the time of layoff or discharge.|
|4.||Any apprentice reporting to work at the regular starting time and for who no work is provided shall receive pay for (2) hours at the stipulated rate for reporting or as specified in the collective bargaining agreement|
|5.||Apprentices CANNOT be moved from job to job.|
|6.||Apprentices shall receive the appropriate increase to the journeyman fringe benefit rates.|
Schedule a Certification Class
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