Put Safety at Fab Shop Workers’ Fingertips

April 24, 2019

Do your fab shop workers need a quick reference for working safely in the shop? MCAA’s Safety Manual for Mechanical Fabrication Shop Workers will provide them with critical information on everything from working safely with overhead and gantry cranes to preventing overexposure to manganese while performing hot work. Members can download the manual free as a benefit of membership, or purchase print copies for their workers who prefer them.

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In this month’s Beyond the Classroom video, @u_nebraska senior, Ali Brown shares her perspective on entering the mechanical contracting industry and emphasizes the importance of business and human resources.

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MCAA’s manufacturer/supplier @HarrisProducts a company of Lincoln Electric Company, became a vital partner to contractors as they fulfilled demands at medical care centers and alternate care facilities for COVID-19 treatments.

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Marelich Mechanical Company, Inc. this summer employed seven summer interns and new-hire project engineers from Northern California MCA student chapter programs.

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Join John Koontz and Paul Stynchcomb as they address the Critical Path Method (CPM) schedule as an essential management tool construction team members when it comes to completing an on-time and financially successful project. Register today; http://ow.ly/LMHk50AfHiK.

Don't miss our next Qualified Level Arc Flash Safety Training webinars on July 23rd! Register now for MCAA member discount pricing! Learn more at http://ow.ly/yxnU50AmTmi

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