SMACNA National Safety - What is available for you?
Are you a small contractor and feel like you can't afford a good safety program?
Are you the "safety guy/gal" and need some fresh material?
Mike McCullion, SMACNA National Director Safety & Health, will be here to…
Meetings are held at 7:00 am on the forth Friday of each month. This is a 3 year commitment and members are encouraged to attend as many meetings as possible, along with assisting with other committee activities when needed.
Please, contact Steve Ratliff with any questions or…
SUBJECT: OSHA’s New Silica Standard
WHEN: Tuesday, April 25th 7:00am
WHERE: Eggtc. at 50th & Main in Kansas City, MO
PRESENTER: Facilitated by the SMACNA-KC Safety Committee, this will be a roundtable discussion of how the new OSHA standard for Silica will affect SMACNA contractors.
TIME: Approximately one hour
On Thursday, March 9th, Stephen Ratliff is hosting a webinar open to anyone who may have an interest in OSHA’s new silica standard.
Who it’s for: Construction and General Industry
When: THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 2017 10:00 AM CST
Where: Webinar – Register via invitation link…
Join us for a presentation and conversation with John Hamilton, TABB Chief Operating Officer, on October 13th, 4-6 pm at Nick and Jake’s , 5031 Main St, Kansas City, MO 64112.
Learn about new information in this sector of the Sheet Metal Industry including:
Fall protection and safety is a major concern at construction sites. In fact, OSHA cites injuries from falls as one of its top 10 worksite injuries.
Falls and falling objects can result from unstable working surfaces, ladders that are not safely positioned and misuse of fall protection. Workers are also…
SMACNA-Kansas City Chapter was founded in 1930 to address issues of member firms that impact the industry locally, nationally, and internationally. It serves members' needs to improve their competitive advantage and business environment through SMACNA construction and fabrication standards, industry education, labor relations, industry marketing, business studies, and exceptional safety training. In the political arena, SMACNA has a full-time office on Capitol Hill, which works with congressional committees.