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View Resource Built to Resist Earthquakes, The Path to Quality Seismic Design and Construction

Bound in a three-ring notebook, the curriculum contains training materials pertaining to the seismic design and retrofit of wood-frame buildings, concrete and masonry construction, and nonstructural...

https://www.atcouncil.org/index.php/products/account-mainten...
View Resource Earthquake Aftershocks − Entering Damaged Buildings

ATC TechBrief 2 is a brief, concise report containing guidance on how long inspection teams should occupy damaged buildings, as a function of time since the main-shock, the magnitude of the main...

http://www.atcouncil.org/pdfs/atc35tb2.pdf
View Resource Evaluation of Earthquake-Damaged Concrete and Masonry Wall Bldgs, Basic Procedures Manual

Library Holdings. This report provides guidance on evaluation of damage and on performance analysis and includes newly formulated Component Damage Classification Guides, and Test and...

https://www.fema.gov/media-library/assets/documents/3068?id=...
View Resource Green and Healthy Jobs

An 84 page report prepared by the Labor Occupational Health Program, University of California at Berkeley, funded by the Center to Protect Workers? Rights (CPWR) Center for Construction Research a...

http://www.cpwr.com/publications/green-and-healthy-jobs
View Resource Clean Energy Workforce Training Capacity Building Curricula

Lesson plans, certificates and training programs designed to train a clean energy workforce. (Audience: high school and college students, at-risk youth and low-income populations, building and trade...

http://www.masscec.com/content/clean-energy-workforce-traini...
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