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Accident Investigation Safety Training Video – Spanish

An accident on a jobsite is everyone’s worst nightmare, but most accidents are preventable. This video helps supervisors conduct an accident investigation, so it doesn’t happen again. This video is also available in English.

Accident Investigation Safety Training Video – English

An accident on a jobsite is everyone’s worst nightmare, but most accidents are preventable. This video helps supervisors conduct an accident investigation, so it doesn’t happen again. This video is also available in Spanish.

Mental Health Awareness & Suicide Prevention Video – Spanish

Our newest safety and health video highlights the success story of an industry veteran, with appearances from MCAA’s president Robert Beck, the UA’s Jen Massey, industry expert Dr. Sally Spencer Thomas, and MCAA member Ricky Reams.

20 Years of Safety Excellence – November 2023: Workplace Safety

Workplace safety includes more than PPE and fall protection, it encompasses workplace distractions and workplace violence. Identifying warning signs and taking appropriate actions to prevent workplace violence is important to everyone’s safety and health. These resources show viewers how to protect themselves and others if they find themselves in an active workplace violence situation. This month’s kit includes two full length videos on workplace distractions and workplace violence and a microlearning series on workplace violence protection.

MCAA & Alliance Partners Suicide Prevention Webinar

Studies show that suicide is killing workers in the construction industry at five times the rate of work-related injuries like falls and struck-by incidents. And it’s killing them in all parts of the industry – including upper management. Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to why this is happening nor is there an easy fix, but in many cases deaths from suicide CAN be prevented when we push mental health stigma aside and help one another. MCAA and our Alliance partners explored the topic during a September 13, 2023, webinar. This is one recording you won’t want to miss – you could help save a life!

20 Years of Safety Excellence – September 2023: Mental Health Awareness

Construction has one of the highest rates of death by suicide of all industries in the United States, about four times higher than the general population. MCAA is proud to tackle Mental Health Awareness & Suicide Prevention head on with a series of NEW resources developed in partnership with the United Association (UA).

Mental Health Awareness & Suicide Prevention Video

Our newest safety and health video highlights the success story of an industry veteran, with appearances from MCAA’s president Robert Beck, the UA’s Jen Massey, industry expert Dr. Sally Spencer Thomas, and MCAA member Ricky Reams.

Mental Health Toolbox Talks – English

This series of toolbox talks are easy to reference, quick to use, and a great way to start the conversation on mental health awareness and suicide prevention in construction at your company. These talks are also available in Spanish.

Safety Resources

Accident Investigation Safety Training Video – Spanish

An accident on a jobsite is everyone’s worst nightmare, but most accidents are preventable. This video helps supervisors conduct an accident investigation, so it doesn’t happen again. This video is also available in English.

Accident Investigation Safety Training Video – English

An accident on a jobsite is everyone’s worst nightmare, but most accidents are preventable. This video helps supervisors conduct an accident investigation, so it doesn’t happen again. This video is also available in Spanish.

Mental Health Awareness & Suicide Prevention Video – Spanish

Our newest safety and health video highlights the success story of an industry veteran, with appearances from MCAA’s president Robert Beck, the UA’s Jen Massey, industry expert Dr. Sally Spencer Thomas, and MCAA member Ricky Reams.

20 Years of Safety Excellence – November 2023: Workplace Safety

Workplace safety includes more than PPE and fall protection, it encompasses workplace distractions and workplace violence. Identifying warning signs and taking appropriate actions to prevent workplace violence is important to everyone’s safety and health. These resources show viewers how to protect themselves and others if they find themselves in an active workplace violence situation. This month’s kit includes two full length videos on workplace distractions and workplace violence and a microlearning series on workplace violence protection.

MCAA & Alliance Partners Suicide Prevention Webinar

Studies show that suicide is killing workers in the construction industry at five times the rate of work-related injuries like falls and struck-by incidents. And it’s killing them in all parts of the industry – including upper management. Unfortunately, there is no simple answer to why this is happening nor is there an easy fix, but in many cases deaths from suicide CAN be prevented when we push mental health stigma aside and help one another. MCAA and our Alliance partners explored the topic during a September 13, 2023, webinar. This is one recording you won’t want to miss – you could help save a life!

20 Years of Safety Excellence – September 2023: Mental Health Awareness

Construction has one of the highest rates of death by suicide of all industries in the United States, about four times higher than the general population. MCAA is proud to tackle Mental Health Awareness & Suicide Prevention head on with a series of NEW resources developed in partnership with the United Association (UA).

Mental Health Awareness & Suicide Prevention Video

Our newest safety and health video highlights the success story of an industry veteran, with appearances from MCAA’s president Robert Beck, the UA’s Jen Massey, industry expert Dr. Sally Spencer Thomas, and MCAA member Ricky Reams.

Mental Health Toolbox Talks – English

This series of toolbox talks are easy to reference, quick to use, and a great way to start the conversation on mental health awareness and suicide prevention in construction at your company. These talks are also available in Spanish.

Upcoming Events

MCAA 2024 Annual Convention

March 17 – 21, 2024

Enjoy MCAA’s premier event with an abundance of educational workshops, riveting special sessions, outstanding exhibits, and social functions that never fail to amaze and delight.

MSCA Dispatcher Training Program, April 2024

April 8 – 9, 2024

This updated program will help new and experienced dispatchers understand their vital role in their companies and advance their careers by enhancing their ability to contribute to your company’s success.

MSCA Service Managers Training Program, April 2024

April 22 – 25, 2024

Get the management and leadership skills you need to help your company succeed during this intensive four-day program.

MSCA Growing and Developing Field Service Supervisors, April 2024

April 25 – 26, 2024

Using proven methods, this program will develop attendee’s skills in leadership, coaching, planning, time management, communication, and motivational techniques, all of which will give the supervisor an edge and the confidence to deal with the workplace challenges of today. 

2024 MSCA Sales Basecamp

May 20 – 21, 2024

Sales Basecamp is where it begins for your entry-level service sales personnel. This two-day program will prepare recent hires with relevant skills for time management and to confidently sell HVACR services.

2024 WiMI Conference

June 10 – 12, 2024

The annual WiMI conference will feature exceptional speakers, interactive educational sessions, industry related roundtables and opportunities to build lasting relationships with fellow women in the mechanical industry.

Field Leaders Conference, June 2024

June 17 – 19, 2024

Foremen and other supervisory-level field personnel have an opportunity to understand what their employers expect and what they should be doing as leaders.

2024 Converge

June 24 – 26, 2024

Join us from June 24 – 26, 2024, at one of America’s “Best Minor League Ballparks,” for an event that transcends the ordinary. The MCAA Converge isn’t just a meeting; it’s a meticulously crafted experience designed to address the unique needs of your company. Picture executive-to-executive meetings, a melting pot of strategic discussions, and an atmosphere buzzing with innovation.