Sheet metal & Air Conditioning Contractors’ National Association

Safety Bulletins

  • Safety Statistics Analysis Booklet
    Enclosed is a copy of the SMACNA Safety Profile 2002 – Performance and Characteristics. This booklet contains an analysis of the information obtained during the 2002 SMACNA Safety Statistics Evaluation and Awards Program (SSEAP). Members can use the information as a comparison to their own safety programs.
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  • 2002 Safety Statistics Evaluation and Awards Program Forms
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  • SMACNA Safety Profile 2002
    Each year SMACNA conducts a Safety Awards Program. This Program recognizes SMACNA members with the lowest accident/illness rates in the prior calendar year. Awards are presented to participating contractors with the lowest accident/illness incidence rate (as computed using the OSHA lost workday incident rate formula). There are various award categories based upon a contractors hours worked.
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  • SMACNA Provides New EPA Manual to Contractors
    SMACNA is providing you with a complimentary copy of the EPA's new publication, A Resource Directory of Small Business Assistance environmental Providers, which was developed as part of EPA's continued effort to support small businesses.
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  • SMACNA Issues Report on Musculoskeletal Disorders
    In order to better understand both the frequency and severity of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in the sheet metal and mechanical trades and to promote the need to develop engineering and other controls to prevent them, SMACNA has examined data regarding these injuries and compiled the enclosed report.
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  • SMACNA Safety Toolbox Talks - Volume 4
    The SMACNA Department of Safety and Health has developed a new safety and health manual -- SMACNA Safety Toolbox Talks -- Volume 4. This manual contains 100 new toolbox talks covering a variety of hazardous exposures common to the sheet metal, and construction, industry. The book has perforated pages to allow each sheet to be removed.
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  • SMACNA Safety Award Winners
    A record number of participants marked the 2002 SMACNA Safety Statistics Evaluation and Awards Program (SSEAP), as 322 contractors submitted entries. This is more than a 10 percent increase from the participation last year.
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  • Construction Industry Safety Excellence Awards Application
    The Constructor Segment of the Construction Industry Safety Excellence (CISE) Awards Program will recognize commendable safety performance of individual constructor firms. The awards are intended to convey The Construction Users Roundtable’s strong support of constructor safety performance.
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  • Safety Awards Program Questionnaire
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  • The Construction Users Roundtable Construction Industry Safety Excellence (CISE) Awards
    Attached you will find an application for the Construction Users Roundtable’s annual Construction Industry Safety Excellence (CISE) Awards. This year SMACNA is requesting that Chapters determine if any of their members are interested in participating in this program.
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