On March 25, 2020, Governor Walz declared that Minnesota’s Building Trades members perform essential services that are critical to maintaining the health and safety of Minnesotans. The safety of Minnesota's construction workers is our first priority. By following CDC and Minnesota Department of Health guidelines, construction will continue under Minnesota's Stay at Home ... View Article
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The Center for Emergency Preparedness and Response, Minnesota Department of Health, is asking that offers for help be funneled to these two places during the COVID-19 pandemic:
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The Minnesota construction industry is committed to the health, safety and welfare of our workforce and the public. Our respective organizations represent labor and management in the Minnesota construction industry. The purpose of this communication is to describe the specific mitigation strategies that our members – the Minnesota construction industry employers and their skilled workforce – are taking to combat the COVID‐19 outbreak. The ... View Article
The Minnesota Building and Construction Trades Council’s top priority is the health and safety of the 70,000 union construction professionals it represents. Our industry and country are facing an unprecedented point in time dealing with the coronavirus. We anticipate that the coronavirus may disrupt Minnesota’s construction industry and our goal is to ensure that Minnesota Building and Construction Trades members and their families are ... View Article