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PA Bulletin, Doc. No. 97-1154



Voluntary Submission of Wage Rate Data

[27 Pa.B. 3583]

   Under authority contained in The Administrative Code of 1929 (71 P. S. § 563), the Pennsylvania Prevailing Wage Act (43 P. S. §§ 165-1--165-17), and regulations adopted under the latter statute (34 Pa. Code § 9.105), the Department of Labor and Industry (Department) invites the voluntary submission of wage rate data or information pertinent to the determination of prevailing minimum wage rates from contractors, contractor associations, labor organizations, public officials and other interested parties to establish a data base which may be used in setting wage rates for public work projects. This information is requested as part of a continuing program for obtaining and compiling wage rate data and information. The information, in turn, may be consulted by the Department when issuing wage determinations for individual projects on a locality-by-locality basis.

   To facilitate the orderly submission and analysis of information, the Department recommends use of the following form to report and certify wage data. This form may be photocopied for further distribution, and returned to the Department by mail or FAX. The returned, completed forms, however, must be signed. The Department requests that submissions be confined to the first full calendar week of July, 1997 (July 6--12, 1997).

   Furthermore, the Department asks that the completed forms be returned to its Bureau of Labor Law Compliance as quickly as possible, and no later than August 15, 1997.

   Questions about this program or the enclosed form can be directed to Robert E. Moore, Director, or Mark Flitton, Assistant Director, Bureau of Labor Law Compliance at (800) 932-0665 or (717) 787-4763. All responses may be subject to public inspection and copying under the Commonwealth's Right-to-Know Law.



   Pursuant to regulations promulgated under the Pennsylvania Prevailing Wage Act, the undersigned voluntarily submits this statement as part of the Department of Labor and Industry's continuing program for obtaining and complying wage rate data and information pertinent to the determination of prevailing minimum wage rates, and certifies that the,
__________(Name of Contractor or Subcontractor)
of __________(Address)
performed work for the __________(Project Name and Owner's Name)                                          
of __________   (Owner's Address)
This job was located at ___________________________ , (City, town, etc.)      (County) Pennsylvania
This job started ______ , 19__  and (   ) was completed ______ , 19__   (   ) is on-going (check one)
The contractor/subcontractor was party to a collective bargaining agreement.       (   ) YES         (   ) NO   (Check one)
The following wage rates were paid by the above contractor/subcontractor for the first full calendar week of July (July 6--12, 1997).
Type of project/construction:__________ 
Approximate Project cost:__________

Classification(s)Hourly Rate(s)Fringe Benefit Total(s)Total HoursNumber of Workers
__________(Attach additional sheets as needed or use reverse side)

   As representative of the contractor/subcontractor/union/other (circle one), I certify the above information to be accurate.

Signed __________Date __________
Printed Name __________Title __________
Telephone number _________________

Local Union No. / International _________________ (If applicable)

Submitting organization (other than contractor/subcontractor/union) __________

Return to:  Bureau of Labor Law Compliance, 1301 Labor & Industry Bldg., Harrisburg, PA 17120   FAX (717) 787-0517) Telephone (800) 932-0665 or (717) 787-4763)

Submit one form per project. This form may be reproduced to submit information for additional projects.

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 97-1154. Filed for public inspection July 18, 1997, 9:00 a.m.]

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