Did you know that you should service your ice machine every 6 months? Watch this short news clip from Lex18 to find out why.
To learn more about our open positions and to apply online visit tpmechanical.com/careers.
Our “Safety First, Always First” core value certainly rang true at the AGC National Safety Awards.
The Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) named TP Mechanical as the National Safety Contractor of the Year for companies that performed more than 1 million man-hours per year.
Five AGC judges, including representatives from the U.S. Air Force, U.S. Naval Department and Intel, based their decision on:
- Company management commitment
- Active employee participation
- Safety training
- Work site hazard identification and control
- Safety program
The TP Mechanical staff is proud of our AGC award and the recognition of our efforts to live up to the highest standards of safety. We’re even prouder of the fact that our employees go home every night injury free, and our safety record helps deliver optimal results and cost savings to our customers.
Our AGC award is another important step in our journey of success. Moving forward, we promise to keep delivering Safety First, Always First – that’s the TP Mechanical guarantee.
At TP Mechanical, we want the success of our employees to go hand in hand with the success of the company. That’s why we offer a variety of four-year apprenticeship opportunities that blend in-class instruction and on-site job training.
All our apprentices receive 8,000 on-the-job training hours and 576 hours of classroom learning from experienced instructors in areas such as plumbing, pipefitting, fire protection and welding.
Our team is looking for apprenticeship candidates who have a strong work ethic, a great attitude and a willingness to learn. Many apprentices stay for long careers, due in part to our commitment of promoting from within our workforce.
“Our goal is for you to be a vital asset to TP Mechanical at the end of your four-year course,” says Chief Operating Officer Tim Hoover. “We want you to continue down a path of learning and experience to become a leader for us.”
How to apply
TP Mechanical is accepting applications for two weeks only: Monday, April 17 through Friday, April 28, 2017 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in our Columbus, Cincinnati and Lexington offices. Bring a copy of your high school diploma, your GED or a letter from your school with your expected graduation date.
We are excited to provide the following apprenticeship programs:
We look forward to meeting you and starting the application process – click on the links above for our office addresses.
For more information
Visit the TP Mechanical apprenticeship program page on our website or call our Training Manager Tracy Urti with any questions at 513-851-8881.
The article “I Lost 72 Pounds By Eating More Food” published by Health is an inspiring story towards the journey of weight loss and living a healthy lifestyle.
We have Sheet Metal Journeyman position openings in our Cincinnati and Columbus locations.
To learn more about this position visit us at http://www.tpmechanical.com/job/sheet-metal-journeyman/ or contact Jen Madden 513-851-8881.
For position details visit our career page http://www.tpmechanical.com/careers or contact Jen Madden 513-851-8881.
Have you heard the healthy fatty food ban is over? The article “13 Healthy High-Fat Foods You Should Eat More” via Health offers important information regarding the correct foods and their important to living a healthy lifestyle.
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The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently released new guidelines designed to help reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and other types of sleep-related infant deaths, which are also known as sudden unexpected infant deaths (SUIDs). SIDS is the leading cause of death among infants between 1 month and 1 year of age, with 90 percent of SIDS cases occurring before an infant is 6 months old.
The new report suggests that:
- Infants should sleep in the same room as their parents, but in separate beds, for at least the first six months of their lives.
- Infants should never sleep on a soft surface, such as an armchair or couch.
- Infants should be placed on their backs to sleep on a firm surface with a tight-fitting sheet.
- Parents should avoid putting an infant in a crib with pillows, loose sheets, blankets or other soft surfaces.
For more information, visit the AAP’s website.
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Getting along with your co-workers can make the task of going to work more enjoyable and, according to recent research, can actually improve your health.
The Society for Personality and Social Psychology analyzed 58 studies of more than 19,000 people from different parts of the world and published its findings in the Personality and Social Psychology Review, an academic journal. The report also explains that when individuals identify and are invested in relationships with their colleagues, workplace productivity increases, employee morale increases and burnout levels decrease.
If you have not already done so, consider taking steps toward building professional, positive relationships with your co-workers. Use the following tips to develop positive relationships with your colleagues:
- Be friendly and encouraging
- Be supportive of other people’s work
- Initiate conversations, repeated interactions and communications
- Be respectful to your co-workers and their space
- Participate in activities that don’t involve work
- Maintain a positive attitude as much as possible