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Introduction The Senate Bill (SB-54) Hancock (Passed in 2013) requires an operator/owner of specified stationary sources (bodies that deal with hazardous material) that contract for the performance of construction, repair, demolition, installation, alteration, or maintenance work, to involve contractors and subcontractors to utilize use a trained and skilled workforce to do all onsite work within an apprenticeable profession in the construction and building occupations. This bill also includes skilled graduates of an apprenticeship program paid at a rate equal to the applicable existing hourly wage rate. This paper analyses the SB-54 and how it improves labor movement in California and how it makes its safe for all Californians. Analysis of the Bill According to the present law, an accidental release prevention program executed by the Office of Emergency Services and the relevant administering agency in each county or city. According to the Bill, stationary sources subject to this program should prepare a RMP (risk management plan) when needed under particular federal regulations or if the administering
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