Members Can Save on OSHA 10- and 30-Hour Safety Standards Courses

January 17, 2019

Online OSHA 10- and 30-hour construction safety standards courses, and the OSHA 10-hour general industry safety standards course (for fabrication shops and mechanical service work) are available to MCAA and MSCA members at discount prices.

OSHA 10-Hour Construction (Discount not available for CAL OSHA 10-hour course)

Regular Price – $89        MCAA Member Price – $80.10

OSHA 30-Hour Construction

Regular Price – $189      MCAA Member Price – $170.10

OSHA 10-Hour General Industry

Regular Price – $89        MCAA/MSCA Member Price – $80.10

The provider of the courses, ClickSafety, is one of the few companies authorized by OSHA to provide these courses online. The company has a great deal of experience presenting top-quality safety training. To take advantage of your 10% discounts, visit ClickSafety  and use the MCAA VIP discount code: MCAA2019, which is valid through 2019.

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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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