MCAA Happenings April 2024

Apr 17, 2024

MSCA Dispatcher Training Program, April 8-9

This two-day program will provide dispatchers with all the skills they need to dramatically improve job performance. Custom designed especially for MSCA members, this program goes beyond traditional technical training to cover such critical dispatcher skills as leading technicians rather than letting technicians lead them, becoming the service manager’s partner, prioritizing customer emergencies, evaluating technician abilities, and managing their own careers in dispatching.

The Institute for Project Management Class 89, April 14-18

This course is a unique educational opportunity designed by mechanical contractors, for mechanical contractors. The two-week program provides intensive, in-depth coverage of topics essential to successful mechanical project management. The IPM is designed to provide attendees with real-world skills that can be taken back to their companies and immediately applied.

NCPWB 2024 Annual Technical Conference/Committee Meeting, April 22

The NCPWB Technical Conference highlights the latest in welding education and technology. Discussions also address changes to codes and other technical information.

MSCA Growing and Developing Field Service Supervisors, April 24

Using proven methods, this program will develop attendees’ skills in leadership, coaching, planning, time management, communication, and motivational techniques, all of which will give the supervisor an edge and the confidence to deal with the workplace challenges of today.

CEA National Issues Conference The Construction Employers of America (CEA), May 6 – 8

Comprised for this conference of MCAA, SMACNA and TAUC – will be hosting this year’s CEA National Issues Conference, covering legislative and regulatory policy issues.

Featured Resource

Accident Investigation for Supervisors Video

An accident on a jobsite is everyone’s worst nightmare, but most accidents are preventable. MCAA’s new video helps supervisors conduct an accident investigation, so it doesn’t happen again. The video reviews the three steps of an accident investigation: Investigate, Find the Cause, and Act. It also teaches supervisors what to look for during the investigation and how to access accident investigation templates.

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