Enjoy the Pictures from MCAA’s 17th Annual Safety Directors’ Conference

January 28, 2020
SAFTEY DIRECTORS SAN ANTONIO 2020

Check out the pictures from MCAA’s 17th Annual Safety Directors Conference (SDC) where a record number of attendees, including member safety professionals, UA safety instructors, and MCA local executives came together for world class education on the safety and health topics and issues that are currently affecting the mechanical construction and service industry. This conference marks the 17th consecutive year of record attendance. Join us next year in San Diego for SDC-2021, January 19-21.

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If you plan to attend MCAA2020, don’t miss the chance to see our Student Chapter at @Mizzou compete in the final four on Monday, March 16! The event takes place from 1:30 – 3:00 pm at the @GrandWailea. https://t.co/FDEn0C3Cvl

Thank you @ufcw135 for using a union signatory contractor AO Reed and qualified union service plumber Peggy Bearden! #unionplumber #plumbingservice #aoreed #unionproud #uaproud #unionsignatory #aoreed

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