Volume 15, Issue Number 1 May 12, 2009

Architectural Forum: New Soldering Certification Program And Fall Protection Systems

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The Architectural Sheet Metal Forum, which takes place at SMACNA’s Annual Convention in Palm Desert, Calif. on Oct. 12, will feature two presentations not to be missed. The International Training Institute’s (ITI) new soldering certification program (presently under development) and an innovative fall protection systems that improve both worker safety and productivity are on the agenda.

Mike Harris, ITI’s program administrator, will present the new soldering certification program based on the recently released AWS B2.3 “Specification for Soldering Procedure and Performance Qualification.” A panel of SMACNA architectural contractors will discuss how to promote the benefits of soldering certification to architects and customers.

A consultant from the fall protection systems industry will review technological innovations in fall protection systems – a constant safety concern for every architectural sheet metal contractor.

SMACNA’s 66th Annual Convention will take place at the Desert Springs JW Marriott Resort and Spa in Palm Desert, Calif., from Oct. 11-15, 2009. For more information on the convention visit the SMACNA Web site, or contact Mary Lou Taylor, director of meetings and convention, at (703) 803-2998 or mtaylor@smacna.org.

Editor: Rosalind P. Raymond rraymond@smacna.org  |  Asst. Editor/Writer: Cynthia Young cyoung@smacna.org

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