Sheet Metal Apprenticeship Application

Sheet Metal Apprenticeship Application

Local #12 Sheet Metal Apprenticeship Application

Application Requirements

Not ready to apply for an Apprenticeship? Learn more about our Limited Apprenticeship opportunity.

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Applicant Information

Are you a citizen of the United States?*
Are you authorized to work in the U.S.?*

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        Physically Able to Perform Work Affidavit

        In effort to be as honest and realistic as possible, we provide the following checklist describing common tasks expected of Sheet Metal Workers on a daily basis. We wish applicants to be informed of the realities of working in construction, so that they can make informed decisions about whether a career in the building trades is right for them. Please read, and check off the items if you feel you can perform those types of activities.
        • Standing - you will likely be on your feet for at least 8 hours per day. Workers are required to wear safety boots, and many times harnesses. In addition you will be expected to wear a tool belt or pouch, which could weigh up to 30-40 lbs.
        • Walking - you will be expected to be moving all day long with exception to breaks. Workers constantly move from task to task as work is completed.
        • Lifting / Carrying - Lifting and carrying tools, materials and equipment is part of each day. You will be expected to carry your personal tools and equipment throughout a job site, as well as company equipment and tools. These tasks can include up to 100 lbs. on a regular basis.
        • Climbing - ladder climbing is a daily activity. 6 - 10 foot ladders are common. With 30 -40 footextension ladders being used frequently. Stairways are used daily on job sites to move material and equipment.
        • Pushing / Pulling - moving material and large equipment are regular duties involved with most projects. Although our contractors make every effort to use modern equipment and techniques, there are always jobs, which just require some strength and good ergonomics.
        • Exposure to Elements - working outdoors is something that many workers find attractive, but, it can be physically taxing. Rain, snow and every other imaginable weather conditions exist in western Pennsylvania. Work does not typically stop because of weather. You must dress appropriately, and be prepared for exposure to extreme heat and cold that can occur in our region.

        I have read and understand the physical requirements for being a Sheet Metal Worker. I fully understand that my success as an apprentice depends on me working safely and remaining in good physical condition.
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