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Sept. 18 – MA Paid Family & Medical Leave Webinar

Oct. 11, 12 & 25, 26 – OSHA 30 – North Shore

Oct. 16 – Foreman’s Field Guide to Developing Your Workforce

Oct. 29 – Greater Boston Future Leaders in Construction

Oct. 30 – Ultimate DOT Training – CSA and Reasonable Suspicion

Nov. 6 – Silica Awareness Webinar

Nov. 13 – Silica Competent Person Training

Dec. 11 – Technology and Transparency: Future of Construction

Dec. 18 – Confined Spaces Training


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The BTEA is proud to be the lead organization in support of Building Trades Recovery Week. Recognized by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the City of Boston, this first of its kind event will allow for labor and management to come together to raise awareness about substance abuse in our industry and to learn about how to address addiction and support recovery for our employees and fellow coworkers.


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Upcoming Events

OSHA 30 – North Shore
October 11 @ 7:30 am

OSHA 30 – North Shore
October 12 @ 7:30 am

A Foreman’s Field Guide To Developing Your Workforce
October 16 @ 8:00 am

OSHA 30 – North Shore
October 25 @ 7:30 am

OSHA 30 – North Shore
October 26 @ 7:30 am

Featured Events

A Foreman’s Field Guide To Developing Your Workforce
October 16 @ 8:00 am

BTEA Building Trades Recovery Week Highlight Video

This video from 617Media highlights the major events of the Building Trades Employers' Association (BTEA) sponsored Building Trades Recovery Week, held the last week of April 2019. It shined a light on substance use disorder in construction and tried to educate individuals with hands on training to move towards treatment and recovery options. (more…)

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Building Trades Recovery Week A Success!

  When we initially came up with the idea to host a first-ever Building Trades Recovery Week, we knew we were doing something historic -- taking on a crisis that many have shied away from and few industries have addressed publicly. But we knew we had to step forward. We must shine a light on

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