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TP Pipeline May 2018


Health Screening Vouchers

Reminder to all employees enrolled in the United Healthcare medical plan that the Health Screening Voucher is due by May 31, 2018. Please click here to download the voucher.

Forms must be returned to the HR department by May 31, 2018 to be eligible for the premium incentive.  The screenings must have taken place between November 1, 2017 and May 31, 2018 to qualify for the premium incentive.

Employees that fail to visit their physician for a wellness checkup during this time will receive a premium increase on June 1. Premium increases will be as follows: $10.00 additional per week for all plans.

Spread The Word!

The Apprenticeship Program will be accepting applications from June 4 – June 15 2018.  Anyone interested in applying to Dayton will need to schedule an appointment. Please have them call Jen Madden 513-851-8881.

Policy Refreshers from April & May

BEREAVEMENT LEAVE

Up to three (3) consecutive workdays (one with pay, two without pay) will be granted to Regular full-time employees to attend the funeral or to make arrangements following the death of the employee’s current spouse, parent, child, sister, brother, stepparent, stepsibling, spouse’s parent, child, sibling, grandparent, grandchild, mother-in-law, father-in-law, daughter-in-law, son-in-law or grandparent-in-law. One day off without pay will be granted to Regular full-time employees to attend the funeral of a non-immediate family member.

Approval of Bereavement Leave will occur in the absence of unusual operating requirements. Any employee may, with the supervisor’s approval, use any available paid leave for time off as necessary.

The company can request all pertinent information including the deceased relative’s name, the name and address of the funeral home, and the date of the funeral.

 

ATTENDANCE AND PUNCTUALITY

To maintain a safe and productive work environment and to meet established standards of customer services and efficiency, the Company expects employees to be reliable and to be punctual in reporting to scheduled work. Absenteeism and/or tardiness place a burden on other employees and on the Company and are disruptive to the work environment. A fundamental responsibility assumed by every employee in accepting employment is to report to work promptly and regularly.

Employees are required to call and report to their division office any unscheduled absence or tardiness prior to 7:00 AM for field employees and 8:00 AM for office employees. If possible, employees are encouraged to notify their manager/supervisor at least two hours prior to any unscheduled absence or tardiness.

Excused absences and tardiness are defined as any time off that is scheduled and approved by the employee’s direct supervisor, such as, vacation time; time off for funeral, jury duty, or military duty; temporary leave of absence; or any time off as covered by FMLA, Worker’s Compensation, or ADA. The employee’s direct supervisor has the discretion to approve or deny any request for time off other than leave required by law. Failure to follow the direct supervisor’s decision will subject to disciplinary procedures.

Employees who fail to maintain an acceptable attendance record or show a pattern of multiple unexcused absences will be subject to disciplinary measures. Unexcused absences or tardiness will affect an employee’s performance review and is subject to disciplinary measures as follows:

  • First Offense: Verbal warning with documentation placed in personnel file.
  • Second Offense: Written warning and copy placed in personnel file.
  • Third Offense: Termination subject to management review.

Apprenticeship Challenge

Two weeks ago the apprentice participated in the annual Apprenticeship Challenge. The test is designed to test their knowledge on all three disciplines, teamwork, and following instructions. The winning teams will be announced and awarded Friday, May 18 during the 2018 Celebration Banquet.

Congratulations estimating and sales for securing work totaling $6,352,620 and total man hours of 36,023. Wins below are reported for the months of March & April 2018.

Commercial

A & F Gilly Hicks Store Mock-Up
Bethany Village Vista Dining
Capital University Saylor Ackerman Showers
EKU Starbucks & Steak-N-Shake
Franklin University Fisher Hall HVAC Upgrade
Galion Pizza Hut Sprinkler Repair
Harris Meats
Latitude Five25 Elev Equip & Pit
Medvet Power Exhaust
Memorial Health Inpatient Pavilion
Mubea Phase II – FM200 Piping Install
OSU 600 Ackerman 2nd Floor
OSU Ackerman 1st Flr Lactation Rooms
OSU Aronoff HWH Replacement
OSU Bevis Hall Boiler Replacement
OSU Carepoint Lewis Center
OSU Mirror Lake Café Upgrades
OSU WHAC East Wing Renovation
Pizzuti Multi-Tenant II, Suite 200
River Vista Phase II
Sofidel Chemical Feed Piping
Sofidel Co-Gen & Paper Gas Piping
Starbucks at East Lane Avenue
The Mithoff Building
Vee Pak In-Rack Sprinkler Demo
VeePak Building Renovations
WPAFB Bldg 441 AEC Flow Test
Yamato America Office Renovation

 

Service

Alltech Brewery
Auto Owners Insurance
Availgn Cases & Trays Division
BCC
Benda-Lutz
Brehob Air Cincinnati
Brocon Construstion
Brookdale
Brookdale Kettering
Brookdale Marysville
Brookdale Muirfield
Buckhead Mountain Grill
CBRE
CCL Label Company
Circle K Midwest
Cooper Standard
Cornerstone Companies Inc.
Cornerstone Companies Inc.
CSS Corning Inc.
CTA Acoustics Inc.
Culvers- Kentucky Ave
Culvers- Rockville Rd
Curran Construction
Dominion Transmission
DormaKaba
Elford
Embassy Suites Columbus
Enersys
Fayette Co. Extension
Festo
Fortuity
George J. Igel & Co,. Inc.
Gilligan Oil
Good Oil Company
Gray Construction
Ikuechi USA
Integrated Resources
Justin Embrey
Kdm P.O.P. Solutions Group
Kelli Browning
Kenny Machinery
Kite Realty
KPMG
Latitude Five 25
Lexington Tennis Club
Lifetime Fitness
Lincoln Village Value Center, LLC
Marion County Health & Hospital- Eskenazi Health Urgent Care (East)
Marty Golubitsky
Mezzanine Distributors
New Lexington Water Treatment Plant
Neyer Management
Nifco
Nisbet Property Holdings, LTD
Novelis
Ohio Department of Public Safety
Ohio Orthopedic Surgery Institute
Ohio Psych Hospital
OSU Accounts Payable
OSU FOD
OSUMC
OSUMC Accounts Payable
Penske Logistics
Pinebrook
Plugsmart
Quandel Construction Services
Rhoads Construction
Rowan County Judicial Center
Ryder Logistics
Setterlin
Sherwin Williams
Southland Christian Church
Structural Systems Repair Group
Summit Chase Condominiums
Tempur-Pedic
The Fresh Market
Thomas & Marker Construction
US FDA Forensic Chemistry Center
Wayne County Judicial Center
Wesley Glen
Winchester Parks and Recreation
Wolfe County Judicial Center
WPAFB
Zimmerman Properties

May is Food Allergy Action Month

A food allergy occurs when the body has a specific immune response to certain foods. Sometimes, the body’s response can be severe or life-threatening. Food allergies are a growing food safety and public health concern, according to the CDC. It is also estimated that between 4 and 6 percent of U.S. children are affected by some type of food allergy.

Among other things, Food Allergy Action Month was created to spread awareness about what food allergies are, how to recognize them and how to help someone who is having an allergic reaction. Common symptoms of an allergic reaction to food include the following:

  • A tingling sensation in the mouth
  • Swelling of the lips, tongue and throat
  • Itching, hives and a rash throughout the body
  • Cramping, diarrhea or vomiting
  • Wheezing and difficulty breathing
  • Dizziness or light-headedness
  • Loss of consciousness

Safety First, Always First is our number one core value. Last week, was National Safety Stand-Down week to prevent falls in construction.

OSHA reports, every year in the U.S. more than 800 construction workers die, and nearly 137,000 are seriously injured while on the job. Construction workers engage in many activities that may expose them to serious hazards, such as falling from rooftops, unguarded machinery, being struck by heavy construction equipment, electrocutions, silica dust, and asbestos.

The video below is provided by OSHA to show how quickly workers can be injured or killed on the job and is intended to assist those in the industry to identify, reduce, and eliminate construction-related hazards.


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