Training is about more than just learning how to execute a process, manage a project, or meet a deadline efficiently. A company that makes training and professional development a priority shows an increased sense of overall responsibility.
At Painters USA, we emphasize training because we want to keep our employees safe, protect your team and assets, and deliver a superior finished product. In our line of work where we often operate in unique and challenging commercial and industrial environments, this takes on a whole new level of importance.
From working at great heights to deep, confined spaces, we see it all.
A Fully-Certified Industrial Painting Company - What Does This Mean?
We love educating ourselves and our team. In fact, we have an on-staff instructor who is certified as a Core Curriculum & Painting Instructor by the NCCER (National Center for Construction Education & Research).
For further education, we have 16 foremen who have completed a four-year apprenticeship program with the NCCER, and 75 painters who are currently enrolled. Several of our estimators are also NACE-certified coating inspectors, meaning that they are trained to properly spec industrial projects for coating performance and longevity. In short, they see more in your surfaces than most people, and have the level of insight needed to pair the perfect products with your facility’s unique environmental needs.
So, what kind of certifications do we offer? We’re glad you asked! There are over 75 available, including:
- Confined space
- Aerial lift
- Swing stage
- OSHA 10
- OSHA 30
- Industrial Prep
- Industrial Coating Application
- Leadership and Crew Management
- ...and many, many more
Our More Unique Credentials - Have You Heard of TWIC Cards?
TWIC (Transportation Worker Identification Credential) is a credential required by the Maritime Transportation Security Act for workers who need access to secure areas within the nation’s maritime facilities and vessels. TSA conducts a security threat assessment (background check) to determine a person’s eligibility before issuing the credential. Many of our estimators, foremen, and painters carry TWIC cards.
Railroads are another example of potentially dangerous work sites that require skill, knowledge, and preparation. Before one of our crews begins working for a major railway, all members must go through the eRailsafe certification process, which includes extensive background checks and safety training.
Getting Ready for Your Industrial or Commercial Painting Project
As we mentioned above, every site has its own set of unique challenges. We have the infrastructure and programs that allow us to rise to the challenge rather than be slowed down or caught unprepared.
Before we begin your project, we will inspect your site and look for potential safety concerns or special considerations. This lets us be certain that the correctly qualified and certified members of our team are assembled to safely manage your project.
We’re Trained Because We Care!
It may sound simplistic, but it’s true. At the end of the day, our painting and flooring training programs are designed to ensure a safe, completely successful project. Would you want anything less? We certainly don’t.
If we can serve you in any way or answer your painting and flooring questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us. It would be our pleasure to talk with you.