Welcome to SMACNA Detroit
Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractors National Association (SMACNA) Metropolitan Detroit Chapter is a local member of its national association located in Washington, D.C., which includes a family of some 100 chapters around the nation. SMACNA provides codes, standards and technical specifications used throughout the country providing safety and well-being to contractors, their sheet metal workers, and the general public.
Along with providing the best services, skills and products available in the sheet metal industry, SMACNA Detroit is primarily involved in labor relations activities on behalf of its members with Sheet Metal, Air, Rail and Transportation International Association (SMART) Local Union 80, representing approximately 100 contractors who employ some 900 sheet metal workers throughout Southeastern Michigan.
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SMACNA DETROIT EDUCATION
SMACNA Detroit presents Education at Legislative Day! http://www.smacnad.org/event/smacna-detroit-education-at-legislative-day/
SMACNA Detroit keeps its members, their staff and workers up to date on important issues and trends through education programs.For information on upcoming classes contact SMACNA Detroit at 248.649.5450 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
OSHA 30 TRAINING
Local 80 Training Center has secured a limited number of OSHA 30 online seats through the Underwriters Laboratory (UL) a MUST exclusive partner to offer Local 80 members OSHA 30 online at no cost to the member. Local 80 members must contact the Training Center to register for a seat.
Registration procedures and policies will be communicated by the Training Center. For additional information please contact the Training Center at 586.979.5190 or visit Sheet Metal Workers Local 80 Training Center.
SMACNA Specification and Reference Manuals
SMACNA National develops and publishes technical standards and manuals that address all facets of the sheet metal and HVAC industry – including duct construction and installation, indoor air quality, energy recovery, roofing and architectural sheet metal, welding, and commissioning.