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Safety and Health

SMACNA develops safety programs, publications, services and videos to assist members in establishing and managing effective safety programs. SMACNA also communicates with OSHA and other federal agencies on issues affecting members and offers briefings on regulatory compliance issues.

Safety Award Program

The SMACNA Safety Awards are designed to acknowledge the steadfast commitment and inventive efforts that members invest in guaranteeing a secure and conducive environment for their workforce. This initiative goes beyond just celebrating past accomplishments; it's also about inspiring a future marked by an unceasing dedication to safety and health standards. This presents an excellent opportunity for your organization to stand out, to demonstrate that unparalleled enthusiasm and expertise in the domain of workplace safety that distinguishes you.                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Safety Sponsorship Program

The SMACNA Safety and Health Committee, in partnership with the Sheet Metal Industry BE4ALL initiative, is offering a Safety Sponsorship program to one eligible individual in the safety field. This program provides the opportunity to attend the National Safety Council (NSC) Safety Congress & Expo, to promote professional development, learning, and networking. 

Safety Awareness Materials

The purpose of the SMACNA Safety Awareness Materials is to provide contractors and fabricators in the sheet metal and HVAC industry with training and planning materials, Infographics, Hazard Alerts, and Toolbox Talks.  These materials cover topics such as falls, struck-by, lacerations, mental health, and safety culture, and can be used for Safety Standdowns, Safety Toolbox talks, and assist with training material development.