Take your business to the next level at SMACNA’s 72nd Annual Convention at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo. Mark Sept. 27-30 on your calendar and plan to attend.
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Mid-Year Report: SMACNA’s Top Accomplishments—2015 Safety Winners—Council Highlights—Early Bird Convention Deadline
After conducting an extensive nationwide search, the Trustees of the Sheet Metal Workers’ National Pension Fund (NPF) have announced the appointment of Lori Wood as executive director of the NPF. Ms. Woods replaces Marc LeBlanc who will retire on June 30, 2015.
The Supreme Court’s recent decision regarding a young woman who was denied a job at Abercrombie & Fitch after she came to a job interview wearing a headscarf provides some important lessons for contractors, especially those with dress code policies.
SzymczakSupervisors are one of the most important employees on the construction team. As we recover from the recession, we have found we need to hire and train more of these key people.
SMACNA’s Annual Convention printed brochure should arrive in your mailbox any day now. However, we want to give you a sneak peek at the brochure online.
Learn how SMACNA contractor A. Zahner fabricated the façade for the National September 11 Museum, how Van-Mulder Sheet Metal revitalized a historic glass-walled building, how San Diego’s latticework metal dome catches the light, and more.
SMACNA contractors learned the most recent developments on pension reform, energy efficiency, infrastructure, procurement, and federal workforce issues from policymakers and experts at the 2015 National Issues Conference in Washington, D.C.
Learn how SMACNA contractors are pressing for solutions in Congress, what the newest OSHA rule means for you, how to help the DOL calculate prevailing wages, join the safety revolution, and more.
Late last month the U.S. House of Representatives voted to approve the Death Tax Repeal Act of 2015 (H.R. 1105), which would repeal the federal estate tax and make other important changes to the federal gift tax.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) issued a final rule to protect construction workers in confined spaces.
“We need your assistance,” is the message David Weil, Ph.D., administrator of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, delivered to SMACNA contractors at the Quality Construction Alliance National Issues Conference in Washington in April.
A safety revolution is happening in the construction industry and SMACNA and its labor partner, SMART, are at the forefront in leading change. Today, a basic safety program no longer cuts it. Therefore, out with the old—a safety program that focuses on OSHA compliance—and in with the new—a safety culture of management engagement, employee involvement, risk management, and empowered training. It’s win-win for everyone.
Georgia-SMACNA’s Buddy L. Mawyer (left), advisor to the Board of Directors, and Ginger Slaick, executive-vice president, visited with Rep. Rob Woodall (R-7th-Ga.) during the QCA National Issues Conference in Washington.
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