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Maine Built Boats
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Maine Composites Alliance
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Association of Marina Industries
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Marine Retailers Association of America
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National Association of Marine Surveyors
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National Marine Manufacturers Association
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Society of Accredited Marine Surveyors
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Educational Resources
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SafetyWorks
The Maine Department of Labor offers a diverse array of services to Maine workers, employers, and job seekers with the mission of promoting the economic well being of the labor force and employers, attracting and retaining a wide range of employment opportunities, promoting independence and lifelong learning, fostering economic stability, and ensuring the safe and fair treatment of all people on the job.
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Maine Advanced Technology Center
The Maine Advanced Technology Center (MATC) is part of the Southern Maine Community College Brunswick Campus, in partnership with government, industry, and education. The MATC is the just the first step in creating a new approach that will align advances in technology and innovation with education. The MATC offers programming in Composite Technology with a focus on Cold-Mold Infusion and advanced applications for the composite industry. With dedicated labs, classroom space, and application shops for manufacturing and composites training, the MATC helps workers gain skills necessary for employment in industries that utilize advanced manufacturing and composite applications. By expanding the capacity to deliver training throughout coastal Maine, the MATC drives the advancement of the manufacturing industry, makes Maine an attractive place for companies looking to expand or relocate, and establishes Maine as the national leader in composites technology training.
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The Apprenticeshop
Rockland, Maine 207-594-1800
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The Landing School
Arundel, Maine 207-985-7976
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Environmental & Safety
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Air Emission Compliance Tool
NEW - Introducing DEPís new Self-Assessment Compliance Tool to Determine Air Emission License/Regulation Applicability for Boat Building and Repair Production Activities. This tool will help you track your production activities and self-determine if you may need a license.
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NEW - DEP Webinar
DEP has added a new webinar to their training library Hazardous Waste Small Quantity Generator Training. The presentation lasts about 20 minutes and can be used for new employees or as a refresher for anyone in your company. The link will take you directly to the webinar.
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NEW - OSHA Recordkeeping Regulations
As of January 1, 2015, all employers must report All work-related fatalities within 8 hours. All work-related inpatient hospitalizations, all amputations and all losses of an eye within 24 hours. You can report to OSHA by Calling OSHA's free and confidential number at 1-800-321-OSHA (6742). Calling your closest Area Office during normal business hours. Using the new online form that will soon be available. Employers under Federal OSHA's jurisdiction must begin reporting by January 1.
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Antifouling Contaminated Wash Water Permit
On Oct. 14, 2009 the Maine Dept. of Environmental Protection adopted a new general permit for the discharge of antifouling contaminated wash water. Information - including permit language and supporting documents and forms - is available at this site.
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Clean Boatyard & Marina Program
A collaborative partnership among industry, state and federal agencies and environmental organizations dedicated to promoting best management practices in boatyards and marinas. The Program will help preserve and improve the natural resources upon which the industry and the people of Maine depend by reducing pollution.
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Department of Environmental Protection
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BoatUS Article on Boat Cleaners
BoatUS researches and tests the cleaning power and environmental impacts of a number of popular cleaning compounds, boat soaps, and cleansers.
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Bottom Wash BMPs
NEW - 9/2011: Maine DEP has released the bottom wash best management practices. These pages should be printed and added to your copy of Brightwork - A Best Management Practices Manual for Maine Boatyards and Marinas.
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Brightworks: A Best Management Practices Manual for Maine Boatyards and Marinas
This is the online version of Maine's most recent Best Management Practices manual for boatyards and marinas. The manual contains an incredible amount of useful information - you will definitely want to make use of this manual as you plan and conduct business in your facility.
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DEP Webinars
NEW - 2014 DEP has produced two webinars from workshops delivered at our 2013 Annual Conference. One deals with Air Emissions, the other Hazardous Waste.
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Globally Harmonized System Training Video
This 24 minute video will provide a general overview of the Globally Harmonized System for Material Safety Data Sheets.
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National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
This page on Maine DEP's web site provides information about NESHAP and should be useful to any facility that is engaged in the spray application of various coatings as well as those who use a variety of products that emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
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Solvent Contaminated Wiper Policy
In 2013 US EPA published new rules regarding solvent contaminated wipers. This link will take you to their web site which contains a number of useful links with regard to the new rule
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Worker Injury Data
NEW - The Department of Laborís Bureau of Labor Standards has created a new, searchable database of worker injuries using Tableau visualizations that provides a true benchmark in terms of injury numbers and associated costs. The visualization is available on the Department of Laborís website, April 2013
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Business Resources
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FEMA - Business Continuity Plan
Hurricanes happen! Along with all sorts of disasters - natural and manmade. The time for planning to survive and recover from a disaster is now - before it happens. FEMA has some excellent information to share on their web site that can help you plan - and then recover!
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Maine PTAC Procurement Technical Assistance Center
The Maine PTAC is part of a nationwide network of Procurement Technical Assistance Centers, or PTAC's, that helps Maine small businesses obtain government contracts with the Department of Defense, other federal agencies, state and local governments and federal prime contractors. Let us show you how we are Maineís Best Government Market Business Resource.
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WorkShare
WorkShare is an unemployment option that helps businesses retain their workforce during a temporary slowdown in work. The program allows employers to voluntarily reduce the hours of staff in lieu of layoffs. Employees of the business are allowed to collect a partial unemployment benefit to help them offset the loss of income.†
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Employers & Job-Seekers
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Maine CareerCenter
CareerCenter home page Ė services available for employers, job seekers and workforce development professionals.
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JobsInME.com
This site provides services for employers who would like to post job listings and people who are looking for employment opportunities in Maine.
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ProBoatCareers.com
This site was created by Professional Boatbuilder Magazine and serves both employers and job seekers.
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O*NET OnLine
The O*NET system serves as the nation's primary source of occupational information, providing comprehensive information on key attributes and characteristics of workers and occupations.
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Maine CareerCenter Ė Maine's Job Bank
For employers who would like to post a job listing. Click on "Employer log in here" to create no fee listings and access workforce information service for employers
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Audio and Video Links
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Educators Explore Career Opportunities in Marine and Composites
The purpose of the Building Bridges Program is to provide Maine educators with knowledge, information and insights into certain industry sectors in Maine. Educators gain a deeper understanding of how to best prepare students to be successful in these industries.
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For Students - Explore Careers in Marine Trades and Composites
Check out the opportunities in marine and composites industries in Maine. FIND CAREERS WITH VARIETY, TECHNOLOGY, & FUN!
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ProBoat Radio Show
The March 23, 2010 show focused on activities, events, and plans put into motion by the Maine Marine Trades Association. Susan Swanton described what this very active MTA has to offer to its membership -- and to the rest of us. Susan also introduced us to Tuesdi Woodworth, the new director of the Marine Systems Training Center (MSTC). Listen now to find out how MMTA has taken on "ownership" of the MSTC and to learn all the reasons why companies should become part of their own MTA.
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True Course Yachting on Grow Maine Show!
True Course Yachting President Ben Davis was recently interviewed by Marty Grohman for the Grow Maine Show - a podcast available on iTunes. Hear Ben and Marty's conversation about doing business in the marine industry in Maine - and other places!
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