Don’t work apprentices out of scope, reminds L&I and WSDOT

In a recent memo to contractors, WSDOT and L&I reminded contractors that they are not permitted to work an apprentice outside of their approved scope of work and that they could be prohibited from bidding should they do so.
Posted on: 07/10/2017

New law revises requirements for apprenticeship

HB 1595 was signed into law with an effective date of July 24 2015. This change in law revises the requirements for apprenticeship by modifying the current law definition of labor hours as follows:“(3) Labor hours means the total hours of workers receiving an hourly wage who are directly employed...
Posted on: 06/29/2015