I have been a journeyman traffic control painter since 2-23-2006 when I completed the traffic control apprenticeship program under the Oregon & Southwest Washington Painters Joint Apprenticeship and Training Standards. This program is registered with the Apprenticeship and Training Division of the Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries.
Current and valid class A CDL with tank and hazmat endorsements.
Current and valid medical examiners card.
Current and valid ODOT Traffic Control Flagger card # 67191
Current and valid First Aid/CPR certification card
Ennis Paint Thermoplastic certificate of training
All aspects of Traffic Control Painting including the following:
paint removal using shot blasters and grinders (both hand and mechanical).
paint prep and application by roller, airless spray and mechanical application.
maintaining records such as work orders, job sheets, log books and repair orders.
Inspected work sites to measure dimensions and lay out work.
Mixed paints and solutions and monitored temperatures.
Monitored paint supplies and properly and safely recycled old paint.
Operated compressors, striping machines , shot blasters and spray equipment.
Collaborated with other team members to meet strict project completion deadlines.
Worked closely with team members, contractors and inspectors to ensure work was completed properly to standards and specifications.
"E" Basic Electrical
"C" Introduction to Air Conditioning
80 credit hours
250 grade points
Oregon Construction Contractors Board Prerequisite Education Course in Oregon Laws and Business Practices
Certificate # 11ACM021693
C-Stop Certification Card # 14630
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