PCA's Plumbing Podcast was launched in 2016 to educate the industry on better practices, products and ways that you as a contractor can increase productivity. Over the course of the year, we will have guests that include industry experts, owners and manufacturers. Listen in (almost) weekly to stay up-to-date on the latest podcast.
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Week One of MCAA’s Advanced Leadership Institute Course 16 saw the ALI’s largest class ever. More importantly, this class will use its final project competition to develop technology-oriented best practices aimed at advancing MCAA’s Construction Technology Initiative!
In our Tuesday TechTalk, @mcaageek Sean McGuire asks, “Are tablets replacing mobile phones on your jobsite?” What is becoming clear is that the importance of phones is diminishing. With a six-month payback period, more contractors are choosing to provide tablets to their workforce and explore their benefits and productivity.
Sam Richter, the world’s foremost expert on sales intelligence, is just one of several business-building educational sessions at the MSCA Educational Conference MSCA 2016 (October 24-27, Scottsdale, AZ) that you won’t want to miss!
The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) has raised civil penalties for violations of its rules to take into account inflation since penalties were last set. The new Interim Final Rule, which was published in the Federal Register on July 1, will take effect on August 1, 2016 for violations that occurred after November 2, 2015.
Enforceability of Contractual Fines/Penalties for Subcontractor Safety Violations
Subcontractors’ contracts may include provisions that impose fines or penalties for subcontractors’ safety violations. MCAA’s Management Methods Committee has released a Bulletin explaining how such provisions could impact a subcontractor and how best to avoid them.MCAAMSCAPCAFeatured ResourceManagement Methods BulletinManaging Your Business