Volume 9, Issue Number 1 June  16, 2005



Industrial Contractor Relies On Work Force’s Expertise To Grow The Business

Ernest R. Menold (left) and son Ernest J. consider their firm successful only when they exceed their customers’ expectations for service, safety, and quality workmanship at reasonable costs.
Savvy contractors focus on their customers’ requirements and develop the skills and solutions to meet that customer's every need. If that customer is experiencing rapid business growth and expansion, the sheet metal contractor who delivers on a timely basis is going to be the owner’s contractor of choice.

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Sign Up For SMACNA’s Industrial E-mail Listserv

A powerful networking vehicle is now available to SMACNA Industrial contractors. It’s an Industrial E-mail Listserv.

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Share Your Stories Of Skill And Expertise - Industrial Projects Wanted

This Industrial Insights e-newsletter is a great opportunity for SMACNA industrial contractors to promote the specialized large-scale projects they complete.

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Uncovering Industrial Hazards In Non-Routine Tasks

In many workplaces, it is fairly easy to identify the safety and health hazards associated with the daily, routine tasks completed as part of a worker’s “typical” day. Hazard identification and analysis is a critical step in a successful safety and health program.

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Put the Industrial Expertise Logo to Work for You

Expertise is what owners demand when hiring an industrial sheet metal contractor. So SMACNA and its labor partners, the Sheet Metal Workers’ International Association (SMWIA) created a special industrial “expertise” logo. Industrial contractors are encouraged to place this logo on their business cards, stationery, estimates, and invoices.

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

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