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SMACNews Update

You may have noticed a new version of SMACNews in your email inbox, but just wait until you see it in print. The newly redesigned SMACNews print edition will be arriving through the mail this week and it is sure to turn a few heads with the new, distinctive look and a significant increase in content.
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Sports Stadiums Help Lead the Way to Greener Architecture

In recent years, sports stadiums have become showcases for green design. An added benefit of environmentally friendly arenas is they are cheaper to operate.
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Meets with…Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania

In addition to the flag presentation, Rep. Fitzpatrick discussed industry issues at the recent dinner with members of the SMCA Philadelphia chapter including Bill Reardon, chapter executive director, and Peter Jenkins, director of labor relations.
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Students Refine Duct Construction Skills at SMACNA’s Technical University

SMACNA contractors actively engaged in hands-on learning about SMACNA’s most prominent standards during SMACNA’s two-day Technical University held in April at the Sheet Metal Contractors Association of Philadelphia and Vicinity’s new chapter headquarters in Warminster, Pennsylvania.
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Protect Your Workers in Hot Weather—Get SMACNA’s Heat Stress Cards

With the hot summer months and heightened work schedules, SMACNA contractors are urged to provide workers with information and training on the real health hazards of working in hot environments.
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Partnering with Contractors to Fill Their Needs

SMACNA Premier Partner Daikin Applied designs and manufactures technologically advanced commercial HVAC systems for customers around the world. Its parent company, Daikin Industries, has more than $17 billion in revenue, 67,000 employees, 90 production sites, and customers in more 150 countries.
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Using Design to Eliminate Injuries Before They Occur

One of the best ways to prevent and control occupational injuries, illnesses, and fatalities is to minimize hazards and risks in the design stage of a building’s life cycle. SMACNA is involved in the national initiative, Prevention through Design (PtD), that promotes eliminating hazards and controlling risks to workers “at the source” or through design.
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