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MCAA’s First Safety Forum

Ask safety questions and share ideas

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The MCAA will host its first open Safety Forum webinar on Tuesday, April 12.

The MCAA will host its first open Safety Forum webinar on Tuesday, April 12.
The MCAA Safety Committee is pleased to announce a brand new offering. On April 12th at 3:00 PM CDT, the committee will host its first open Safety Forum webinar.

The forum will be open to all MCAA members to discuss safety related issues. Has OSHA cited you for an issue? Do you have a safety question for others in the industry? Do you have a question on procedure? The sky is the limit on topics for discussion related to safety and if you have them we strongly encourage you to take advantage of this unique opportunity to tap into safety experts from around the country to openly ask questions. When it comes to safety, no question is silly or unreasonable.

It will also be a great opportunity to share safety ideas you have and share things you do as a company to enhance your safety. The sharing of information is extremely important and it is also important to track trends in safety and enforcement.

Committee Chair Zach Everett of Brazos Masonry will kick off the event with a short presentation on the top ten OSHA citations from 2010 and will then open the floor for discussion.

The meeting is free to all MCAA members and Online Subscribers. Attendees will receive 1 Safety credit for Masonry Certification. Register for the Safety Forum webinar online at www.masoncontractors.org/safety/forum.


About the Author

Jeff Buczkiewicz is the President and CEO of the Mason Contractors Association of America. Jeff has worked in the masonry industry for several years as the Executive Vice President of the Building Stone Institute and the Director of Marketing and Membership for the Mason Contractors Association of America. Jeff has also served as Secretary on the Board of the Natural Stone Council and is a former Board Member of the StonExpo Federation.

 

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