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9 Things You Need to Know About AB 566 in CA

AB 566 in California is Looking to Track Apprentices

  1. AB 566 applies to all persons, firms, or corporations performing construction on a school district site including, but not limited to, prime contractors and subcontractors specializing in electrical, mechanical, and plumbing
  2. As of January 1, 2016, at least 30 percent of the skilled journeypersons employed to perform work must be graduates of an apprenticeship program for the applicable occupation
  3. As of January 1, 2017, at least 40 percent of the skilled journeypersons employed to perform work must be graduates of an apprenticeship program for the applicable occupation
  4. As of January 1, 2018, at least 50 percent of the skilled journeypersons employed to perform work must be graduates of an apprenticeship program for the applicable occupation
  5. As of January 1, 2019, at least 60 percent of the skilled journeypersons employed to perform work perform work must be graduates of an apprenticeship program for the applicable occupation
  6. For an apprenticeable occupation in which no apprenticeship program had been approved by the chief before January 1, 1995, up to one-half of the graduation percentage requirements may be satisfied by skilled journeypersons who commenced working in the apprenticeable occupation before the chief’s approval of an apprenticeship program for that occupation
  7. Entities performing work must provide a monthly report demonstrating compliance by the entity and its subcontractors
  8. If this report is not provided, the governing board of the school distract will withhold payment
  9. Entities may also enter into project labor agreements to satisfy the reporting requirement

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