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Meeting Name: Committee on Contracts Agenda status: Final
Meeting date/time: 10/7/2021 11:30 AM Minutes status: Final  
Meeting location: Committee Room - City Hall
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Int 1995-2020 *Francisco P. Moya Proposed Int. No. 1995-AShelter security guard and fire guard training.IntroductionThis bill would require all contracted shelter operators that contract with the Department of Homeless Services ensure that the shelter security guards and fire guards at such shelters receive 40 hours of training beyond the minimum required by the State within 120 days after they are hired and an eight-hour refresher training annually thereafter, which must include at least two hours of shelter-specific training. The bill would also require such shelter operators to submit quarterly reports to the DHS commissioner regarding the number of security and fire guards who have completed such trainings, and an annual certification verifying compliance with training requirements for each guard.Hearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 1995-2020 *Francisco P. Moya  Shelter security guard and fire guard training.IntroductionThis bill would require all contracted shelter operators that contract with the Department of Homeless Services ensure that the shelter security guards and fire guards at such shelters receive 40 hours of training beyond the minimum required by the State within 120 days after they are hired and an eight-hour refresher training annually thereafter, which must include at least two hours of shelter-specific training. The bill would also require such shelter operators to submit quarterly reports to the DHS commissioner regarding the number of security and fire guards who have completed such trainings, and an annual certification verifying compliance with training requirements for each guard.Amendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 1995-2020 *Francisco P. Moya  Shelter security guard and fire guard training.IntroductionThis bill would require all contracted shelter operators that contract with the Department of Homeless Services ensure that the shelter security guards and fire guards at such shelters receive 40 hours of training beyond the minimum required by the State within 120 days after they are hired and an eight-hour refresher training annually thereafter, which must include at least two hours of shelter-specific training. The bill would also require such shelter operators to submit quarterly reports to the DHS commissioner regarding the number of security and fire guards who have completed such trainings, and an annual certification verifying compliance with training requirements for each guard.Amended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 1995-2020 AFrancisco P. Moya  Shelter security guard and fire guard training.IntroductionThis bill would require all contracted shelter operators that contract with the Department of Homeless Services ensure that the shelter security guards and fire guards at such shelters receive 40 hours of training beyond the minimum required by the State within 120 days after they are hired and an eight-hour refresher training annually thereafter, which must include at least two hours of shelter-specific training. The bill would also require such shelter operators to submit quarterly reports to the DHS commissioner regarding the number of security and fire guards who have completed such trainings, and an annual certification verifying compliance with training requirements for each guard.Approved by CommitteePass Action details Not available
Int 2006-2020 *Francisco P. Moya Proposed Int. No. 2006-AEstablishing prevailing wage requirements for security guards and fire guards at city-contracted shelters.IntroductionThe proposed legislation would require payment of prevailing wages to security guards and fire guards providing security services at homeless shelters operated pursuant to contracts with the Department of Homless Services (“DHS”). The proposed legislation would place a limitation on subcontracting for shelter and fire guards at contracts less than $20,000 without approval by the DHS Commissioner. The proposed legislation would also empower the Comptroller to monitor contracted shelter operators’ compliance with prevailing wage payments and to investigate violations and verified complaints pertaining to such compliance. The Comptroller would also be empowered to utilize several different enforcement mechanisms against non-compliant shelter operators based upon the outcome of such investigationsHearing Held by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 2006-2020 *Francisco P. Moya  Establishing prevailing wage requirements for security guards and fire guards at city-contracted shelters.IntroductionThe proposed legislation would require payment of prevailing wages to security guards and fire guards providing security services at homeless shelters operated pursuant to contracts with the Department of Homless Services (“DHS”). The proposed legislation would place a limitation on subcontracting for shelter and fire guards at contracts less than $20,000 without approval by the DHS Commissioner. The proposed legislation would also empower the Comptroller to monitor contracted shelter operators’ compliance with prevailing wage payments and to investigate violations and verified complaints pertaining to such compliance. The Comptroller would also be empowered to utilize several different enforcement mechanisms against non-compliant shelter operators based upon the outcome of such investigationsAmendment Proposed by Comm  Action details Not available
Int 2006-2020 *Francisco P. Moya  Establishing prevailing wage requirements for security guards and fire guards at city-contracted shelters.IntroductionThe proposed legislation would require payment of prevailing wages to security guards and fire guards providing security services at homeless shelters operated pursuant to contracts with the Department of Homless Services (“DHS”). The proposed legislation would place a limitation on subcontracting for shelter and fire guards at contracts less than $20,000 without approval by the DHS Commissioner. The proposed legislation would also empower the Comptroller to monitor contracted shelter operators’ compliance with prevailing wage payments and to investigate violations and verified complaints pertaining to such compliance. The Comptroller would also be empowered to utilize several different enforcement mechanisms against non-compliant shelter operators based upon the outcome of such investigationsAmended by Committee  Action details Not available
Int 2006-2020 AFrancisco P. Moya  Establishing prevailing wage requirements for security guards and fire guards at city-contracted shelters.IntroductionThe proposed legislation would require payment of prevailing wages to security guards and fire guards providing security services at homeless shelters operated pursuant to contracts with the Department of Homless Services (“DHS”). The proposed legislation would place a limitation on subcontracting for shelter and fire guards at contracts less than $20,000 without approval by the DHS Commissioner. The proposed legislation would also empower the Comptroller to monitor contracted shelter operators’ compliance with prevailing wage payments and to investigate violations and verified complaints pertaining to such compliance. The Comptroller would also be empowered to utilize several different enforcement mechanisms against non-compliant shelter operators based upon the outcome of such investigationsApproved by CommitteePass Action details Not available