Here are the top three things you need to know this week.

Here is the SWRCC Top Three for the week of February 15:

US construction workers among the least likely to seek vaccine; SWRCC membership surpasses national average

According to a recent report by Morning Consult, construction workers are among the least likely employees to get a COVID-19 vaccine. The report found that 53% of US construction workers would be willing to receive the vaccine. An internal survey of SWRCC membership found that 66.7% of Southwest Carpenters want to be vaccinated. This far surpasses the percentages found in the Morning Consult report.

SW Carpenters Trust announces ComPsych Carpenters Assistance Program

ComPsych is a free and confidential service that is available 24/7 for Southwest Carpenters. The new program helps members tackle issues big and small including: mental health, legal, financial and work-life concerns.

The ComPsych Carpenters Assistance Program is separate from your medical plan. For more information regarding CCAP, contact the Trust, or call ComPsych directly at 1-833-792-2271.

In the news

Local 805 Special Representative, Armando Delgado was interviewed by KABC-TV in Los Angeles for his work recruiting Veterans to the SWRCC Apprenticeship program.