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Today, licensed plumbing contractors are facing greater challenges from: unlicensed competition, major utility encroachment, ever changing building codes, New York City’s fiscal crisis, technological changes, new workplace laws and regulations.

NYCMPC membership provides support to professionals in the plumbing and related industries. Members are justly recognized as authorities. Be a part of the Master Plumbers Council, engage with others and help to protect your livelihood.

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Subsurface Plumbers Association


SPANY consists of licensed plumbing firms specializing in the performance of sewer and water main installation, replacements, repairs, upgrades, and all other associated underground plumbing work. With its close affiliation with the MPCNYC, the two associations provide a full range of services to the plumbing industry.

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Applicants must use the revised DPL-1 form that we sent out in last week’s update.The form is still confusing. The information contained in the form should be the applicant's information including their signature at the bottom.

There is a License Board Meeting on Monday, December 10, 2018. We will be addressing some of the issues at that time.

DOB NOW: BUILD, LICENSING and SAFETY will be unavailable due to system maintenance from 3:00 p.m. on Friday, December 7, 2018 until 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 9, 2018.

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CTLTC 7-hour License Renewal Course

SUNY Empire State College/CTLTC 7-hour License Renewal Course 
Wednesday, December 12, 2018 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

NEW LOCATION: Construction Trades License Training
535 8th Ave, 17th Floor
New York, NY 10018

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Building News: November 2018

DOB Announces Deadline Changes For Construction Safety Training Requirements

DOB has extended the deadline by which many of the city’s construction workers will need to have at least 30 hours of safety training, and by which construction supervisors will need 62 hours of training. This requirement was set to kick in on December 1, 2018; workers will now have until June 1, 2019 to complete this training. These workers are already required to have a minimum of 10 hours of safety training and the 10-hour requirement remains unchanged. In addition, DOB will extend the law’s final deadline, by which workers will need 40 hours of training, from May 1, 2019 to September 1, 2020.

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Building News: October 2018

Required: Daily Construction Safety Meetings

As a reminder: as of May 16, 2018, pre-shift safety meetings, and site-specific safety orientations became mandatory on site safety jobs in New York City.

Local Law 204 of 2017: Requires pre-shift safety meetings to be conducted at site safety jobs in New York City. These safety meetings, or toolbox talks, are required to be held by a competent person designated by the permit holder at the beginning of each worker's shift, and includes a review of the work that will be performed during the shift, and specific safety concerns or risks associated with the work.

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