About the Conference
MCAA's Annual Safety Directors’ Conference is the one place where mechanical industry safety professionals and UA safety instructors can get world-class education on the most current, mechanical industry-specific safety and health topics and issues.
How do we do that?
- By providing preeminent educational sessions on the most urgent safety and health topics and issues affecting mechanical construction and service firms, and their fitters, plumbers, service technicians, and fabrication shop workers.
- By selecting extremely knowledgeable and engaging instructors to present the topics and issues.
- By inviting specially selected manufacturers and suppliers to introduce and exhibit state-of-the-art safety and health products, equipment, services, etc., that are applicable for use in the mechanical construction and service industry.
- By establishing networking and team-building opportunities for attendees to build relationships with their fellow safety and health professionals and safety trainers.
This Year's Conference Highlights
Pre Safety Directors' Conference Courses
MCAA continues to present free pre-Safety Directors’ Conference courses. Come early, on Monday, January 20th, and you can earn a qualification to:
- Administer CPR/AED
- Instruct CPR/AED classes, or
- Renew your ASHI Instructor status.
All three use American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) training materials.
These classes are on the Program schedule for Monday and Tuesday, so check them out. Registration for these sessions is limited, so please note the registration deadlines, December 30 and January 3.
Post Safety Directors' Conference Workshop
The knowledge you’ll gain from this post-conference course will qualify you to teach the current contents of the National Fire Protection Association’s (NFPA) standard on Electrical Safety in the Workplace (NFPA 70E). Two outstanding, incredibly engaging instructors from NFPA will walk you through the different parts of the standard and help you grasp its applications to mechanical service work on heating, ventilation, and air conditioning equipment. The cost of presenting this course is being partially underwritten by MCAA. Attendees will be required to pay a registration fee of $435, which includes 20-hours of world class education on the 70E standard, the NFPA 70E student workbook, the NFPA 70E facilitator guide, and access to NFPA’s 70E PowerPoint presentation.
To ensure the best possible learning experience for each participant, the class size is limited to 30 students.