SFUSD

David Goldin
Chief Facilities Officer


SAN FRANCISCO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT, 135 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102


Pasted Graphic 1 NEWS AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Important Notices: http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlsr/noticeindex.htm

New SBX2-9 Regulations http://www.dir.ca.gov/lcp.asp

Workplace Postings FAQ: http://www.dir.ca.gov/wpnodb.html

Frequently asked questions - Prevailing Wage http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlsr/FAQ_PrevailingWage.html

Frequently asked questions - Off-Site Hauling http://www.dir.ca.gov/dlsr/FAQ_Hauling.html

 

APRIL 19, 2010 SIGN-IN SHEETS

Sign-in sheets are required on all bond projects, and non-bond projects that are tracked on the Elation system for labor compliance.
Sign-in sheets are to be completed daily by all workers subject to prevailing wages.


MARCH 17, 2010 LETTER FROM SFECA REGARDING RACEWAY AND CONDUIT SYSTEMS WORK

San Francisco Electrical Construction Industry letter to SFUSD for all contractors:
web.sfusd.edu/partners/laborcompliance/Portal/sfeca.pdf

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2010-1 WAGE DETERMINATIONS ARE NOW IN EFFECT (as of March 4, 2010)

Prevailing wage determinations are based upon the bid advertisement date: www.dir.ca.gov/dlsr/PWD/

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APPRENTICE INFORMATION - Updates as of July 1, 2009

Labor Code Section 1777.5 (g) (Employment of apprentices on public works) states that the ratio of work performed by apprentices to journeymen employed in a particular craft or trade on public work may be no higher than the ratio stipulated in the apprenticeship standards under which the apprenticeship program operates where the contractor agrees to be bound by those standards, but, except as otherwise provided in this section in no case shall the ratio be less than one hour of apprentice work for every five hours of journeyman work.

For further information, visit the Division of Apprenticeship Standards (public works):
www.dir.ca.gov/DAS/PublicWorksForms.htm

On July 1, 2009, amendments to Code of Regulations 230.1 take effect regarding employment of apprentices on public works:
www.dir.ca.gov/DAS/PublicWorksImpNot230-1.htm

For roofer work, the ratio of apprentices to journeymen is one-to-one:
www.dir.ca.gov/das/ProgramSponsor.htm

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DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS (INDUSTRIAL WELFARE COMMISSION) WAGE ORDER 16 Q&A

Industrial Welfare Commission orders can be found at: http://www.dir.ca.gov/IWC/wageorderindustries.htm

Wage order 16 relates to the construction industry. Here are some more specific Q&As that relate to travel pay on public works projects:

Q: On travel between public works projects, is the worker entitled to prevailing wage? If so, would it be payable at the workers' last classification/rate of pay?
A: Yes, prevailing rate based upon worker's classification.

Q: On travel from a private job to a public works project, is the worker entitled to prevailing wage? If so, would it be payable at the worker's last classification? If not, what rate would apply?
A: No. The worker should be paid their regular (non-prevailing wage) rate of pay for travel between a public works project and a private job.

Q: On travel from a public works project to a private job, is the worker entitled to the prevailing wage? If so, would it be payable at the worker's last classification? If not, what rate would apply?
A: Same as above.

Q: On travel from a public works project to the contractor's shop/yard, is the worker entitled to prevailing wage? If so, would it be payable at the worker's last classification/rate of pay? If not, what rate would apply?
A: Prevailing rate based on worker's classification.

IWC order 16 applies to all on-site construction, including public works, but is superceded by the prevailing wage provisions found at Labor Code 1811-11815, if those provisions are more favorable to the worker. The rate required under Order 16 for travel is the "regular rate," which would be (1) the prevailing rate, if the worker is employed in the execution of public works or (2) the rate the worker is being paid on the private construction site, unless the employer as pre-set a rate for travel (not less than minimum wage), i.e., "travel rate." Also, Order 16 is the only IWC ORder which applies the minimum wage provisions to apprentices.

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NEWS RELEASE ON JANUARY 5, 2009

STATE OF CALIFORNIA AMENDMENT TO LABOR COMPLIANCE PROGRAM REGULATIONS - AS OF JANUARY 21, 2009

Download news release and associated regulatory text: http://web.sfusd.edu/partners/laborcompliance/Portal/90105.announcement.pdf


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CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYEE RECORD

This form enables employees to reconcile their actual time worked to their paychecks on a weekly basis. The employee's rate of pay is set according to prevailing wage determinations. These determinations must be posted at the job site. The employee may review the determinations at any time. Wage determinations are set according to the class of work being performed. The employee may earn pay at different rates depending upon the work that they are performing.

ANNOUNCING www.calpublicworks.com

The State of California, Department of Industrial Relations has announced www.calpublicworks.com - your guide to public works.

Public agencies across California are gearing up for an unprecedented number of public works projects.

To help educate awarding agencies and contractors/bidders about their responsibilities, the Department of Industrial Relations (DIR) is offering a new
"Public Works Tool Kit: Building Compliance & Community Alliance" on-line at
www.calpublicworks.com.

The tool kit will provide information on:

  • The requirements critical to completing projects on time, on budget and right the first time;
  • The benefits public works projects offer to local communities;
  • How to employ apprentices;
  • Prevailing wage requirements;
  • Key provisions of the laws and regulations that apply to public works projects - and more.

The tool kit will also feature convenient on-line access to the forms needed for compliance.