Construction Teamsters Training & Upgrading Fund of Southern California

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CONTACT INFORMATION
ADDRESS TELEPHONE
15732 Slover Ave
Fontana, CA 92337

Phone: (909) 349-0565
Fax: (909) 349-0567
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UPCOMING CLASSES

Dates

Class

Location

City

State

4/14/2020

8-Hr Forklift Safety Course

Paving The Way

Lancaster

CA

Register

4/14/2020
4/15/2020

10-Hr OSHA Construction

Abram Friedman Occupation

Los Angeles

CA

Register

4/15/2020

8-Hr Forklift Safety Course

Paving The Way

Lancaster

CA

Register

4/16/2020
4/17/2020

10-Hr OSHA Construction

Paving The Way

Lancaster

CA

Register

4/25/2020

8-Hr HAZWOPER Refresher

Teamsters Local Union 166

San Diego

CA

Register

4/27/2020
5/1/2020

40-Hr NCCCO Crane Classroom

Construction Teamsters Training and Upgrading Fund of Southern California

Fontana

CA

Register

4/28/2020
4/29/2020

10-Hr OSHA Construction

Los Angeles Tech Center

Los Angeles

CA

Register

5/20/2020
5/21/2020

3-Hr Blood Borne Pathogen Awareness

Rebuplic Airways Training Ceter

Indianapolis

IN

Register

5/26/2020

8-Hr Forklift Safety Course   Full

Paving The Way

Lancaster

CA

Stand By

5/27/2020

8-Hr Forklift Safety Course   Full

Paving The Way

Lancaster

CA

Stand By

5/28/2020
5/29/2020

10-Hr OSHA General Industry

Paving The Way

Lancaster

CA

Register

6/9/2020
6/10/2020

Disaster Site Worker

Shields for Families Jericho Training Center

Compton

CA

Register

7/13/2020
7/17/2020

40-Hour HAZWOPER Initial Course

Paving The Way

Lancaster

CA

Register

7/20/2020
7/24/2020

40-Hr NCCCO Crane Practical

Construction Teamsters Training and Upgrading Fund of Southern California

Fontana

CA

Register


OUR INSTRUCTORS

Andrew  Nichols
 


Francisco  Martinez

FRANCISCO 'FRANK' JAVIER MARTINEZ is a well-known Instructor at Construction Teamsters Training and Upgrading Fund of So. Cal; known by the IBT Grant Program as the So. Cal. Training Center. He first became affiliated with the Teamster Worker Training Program through the HAZWOPER training in 2000.

His entire professional career has been in the trucking industry. First as a mechanic, he was able to advance to Fleet maintenance supervisor with the responsibility of managing 3 maintenance facilities and 23 shop personnel with a yearly budget of 1.3 million dollars. Afterwards he moved to the hazardous waste industry and owned or managed companies that handle hazardous waste, including developing and maintaining clients.

Frank oversaw many large projects where we moved many tons of waste to various disposal sites all over the country. To name a couple, the cleanup of 3200 tons of heavy metal waste at Familian Pipe and Supply where, and another was the Maxwell communications site in Van Nuys CA where 32 underground tanks and 1600 tons of soil contaminated with hydrocarbons were removed.



Richard  Lindsay