MCAA's 2024 Safety & Health Conference includes 50+ hours of education and training from subject matter experts on safety, health, risk management, and legal issues. Join us for three days of presentations, discussions, and demonstrations with 300+ occupational safety and health professionals, principals, owners, local affiliated executives, UA instructors, industry partners, NECA & SMACNA, and anyone who has safety and health responsibilities.
For the first-time in conference history we are being joined by TAUC’s EHS Committee and welcome all TAUC members to participate in this event.
For our breakout sessions, we have identified beginner, intermediate, and advanced tracks. These are designed to give new and experienced safety professionals a way to identify how best to choose breakout sessions.
- Beginner: The information in these sessions is designed to give new safety professionals the opportunity to learn about topics important to our industry.
- Intermediate: The information in these sessions is designed to give all safety professionals both, a theoretical and applied look at job site safety.
- Advanced: The information in these sessions is designed to give experienced safety professionals the opportunity to learn about leadership and management skills.
Member Registration - $895
Guests - $295
CHST Extended Learning Course - $499
CPR Instructor Extended Learning Course - $299
CPR Provider Extended Learning Course - $49
CPR Instructor Renewal Extended Learning Course - $99
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Partners in Safety MCAA and the United Association
MCAA and the United Association (UA) have a very effective cooperative partnership in mechanical industry safety and health. For the past several years the UA has participated in MCAA’s annual Safety Conference bringing the mechanical industry workers’ perspective to the table. Likewise, MCAA has participated in the UA Instructor Training program making presentations on various important safety and health topics. The partnership continues to grow stronger each year, further enhancing the safety and health of our fitters, plumbers, service technicians and fabrication shop workers.
MCAA Thanks Our Sponsors
MILWAUKEE TOOL is a long-time MCAA member and partner in safety and health. Dedicated to trade-specific solutions, MILWAUKEE® has been presenting the Mechanical Industry Safety Professional of the Year award since 2018 and has helped develop several MCAA safety and health resources. Through their disruptive innovation, MCAA looks forward to creating safer jobsites together with Milwaukee. Since the company began in 1924, MILWAUKEE TOOL has led the industry in developing innovative solutions that deliver increased productivity and unmatched durability for professional construction users. Whether it is through their world-leading M12™ and M18™ cordless systems, the ground-breaking performance of M12 and M18 FUEL™ products, jobsite lighting, time-saving accessories, or innovative hand tool and storage products, Milwaukee is dedicated to delivering a continuous flow of advanced, trade-specific solutions.
CNA Insurance has been a sponsor of MCAA for over 25 years providing valuable risk management resources to its members. CNA is one of the largest U.S. commercial property and casualty insurance companies. Backed by more than 120 years of experience, CNA provides a broad range of standard and specialized insurance products and services for businesses and professionals in the U.S., Canada and Europe. They continue to sponsor MCAA’s yearly Safety & Health Conference and annual National Convention, along with many other association opportunities. They helped to pioneer the prestigious CNA-MCAA Safety Excellence Awards each year to assist in identifying the safest mechanical contractor members across the country. In addition, with CNA’s involvement on the MCAA’s Safety and Health Committee, they offer an insurance industry perspective to the mechanical trade specific to key loss drivers based off frequency and severity.