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Prosock Machine Shop Talk

October 2, 2012

Precision Machining Goes to School

Filed under: Prosock Machine Shop talk — admin @ 11:12 am

Back to school even means something in the precision machining world!  John Prosock Machine believes in the potential of students, and in that spirit has been partnering since 2006 with Upper Bucks County Technical School in a coop program that gives current and former students the opportunity to get a head start toward their employment. 

Dianne Horne, office manager and HR Director at John Prosock Machine took over the program at JPM in 2008, and working hand-in-hand with the coordinator at the technical school, wrote the job description for the students.  Together they have established safety standards, helped the students get their working papers, and encouraged them to grow in their field.

The coop program involves young men and women at all stages.  At the present time, John Prosock Machine employs two of the three young men who went through the program.

Josh Moyer

Josh Moyer was in the coop program during his junior and senior years of high school and worked his hours after school.  He graduated from high school two years ago, and upon graduation was offered a full-time job at JPM.   He has learned quite a bit about precision machining in his time at John Prosock Machine including understanding measurement tools and reading blueprints.

Dianne explains, “The program at the tech school opens the door, because they get training.”  John Prosock Machine wants experienced workers at the shop, and most newly graduated students have no experience.  They’re at a distinct disadvantage in the job market, but by taking part in a coop program like this, they get training and can enter the work force with experience.

Terrence Burns

Terrence Burns started in the coop in the spring of his junior year.  He graduated in 2012 and has worked at JPM ever since.  Though he worked at two other precision machine shops while in the coop program, he chose to work at John Prosock Machine.   Terrence says he’s learned a lot though hands-on experience at JPM.

Chris Horne

Chris Horne is a senior at Quakertown High School.  He has been in the coop program for over a year.  He goes directly from school to JPM, where he works 26 hours a week.  Chris says that when he first walked in the door, he didn’t know what the machines were, but as a result of his time at JPM, he now can program those same machines.

John Prosock Machine and Upper Bucks County Technical School work together to make sure the students follow strict guidelines.  JPM has posted a copy of Child Labor Laws.  They monitor how many hours a week the students in the coop can work, the employees take the students under their wings, and the supervisors watch them while they work.  While in the coop, the students keep journals about their work.  The supervisors grade the students and sign off on their work.

“It’s a great community program,” exclaims Dianne.  John Prosock agrees.  In a recent letter to the Technical School, John states, “The program meets our needs as an employer and also meets the business and industry community in Bucks County and neighboring locations.”

So, “back to school” in the world of precision machining has far-reaching, positive meaning at John Prosock Machine!

July 7, 2009

NTMA/PMA One Voice is working for the machining industry in Washington.

Filed under: Prosock Machine Shop talk — Tags: , , , , — admin @ 3:52 pm

There is a lot of buzz and speculation about the introduction of the cap and trade laws.  Many speculate that it will be a job killer and open up the necessity for deep cuts in manufacturing, which in turn will impact the machining industry.  Here’s a recent article that may be of interest to you.  Is your machine shop at risk?

On June 26, the House passed a cap and trade bill that is expected to dramatically increase the cost of energy. The American Clean Energy and Security Act (H.R. 2454) establishes an economy-wide cap on carbon emissions and creates emissions credits. Companies would then buy and sell credits to emit more carbon. The goal is to force the economy to use renewable energy sources by increasing the cost of traditional sources. Many of the alternative sources have yet to be invented or discovered.

Manufacturers are concerned about the impact of skyrocketing energy prices in America. Many fear that the energy tax would force companies to outsource work to low-cost Asian countries such as China and India.

NTMA/PMA One Voice lobbied aggressively to prevent the passage of cap and trade, however, it passed by a narrow margin, with more than 40 Democrats voting against the bill. To see how members of Congress voted on this legislation, click here.

The Senate is expected to consider cap and trade this summer. One Voice will continue to lobby against this job-killing legislation. You can tell your Senators to vote against cap and trade by clicking here.

June 23, 2009

Facts About Contracting with the Government

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Facts About Contracting with the Government
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businesses (This is a Federal Law) and shall be set aside for obtaining offers from
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prices, quality, and delivery. If the contracting officer receives only one acceptable
offer from a responsible small business in response to a set-aside, the contracting
officer should make an award to that firm.
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Keeping your company and product information current is important to buyers. Therefore, if there are any changes in your
company information, please feel free to call us with the changes. We will update them as soon as possible. Also, we
may contact you with other items of interest. Completing our listing application implies specific permission to contact
you by any media including but not limited to mail, email, telephone or fax.
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