More and more states – including New York, Connecticut, Missouri, Nevada, Massachusetts and others – are requiring OSHA 10-hour training as a prerequisite for working on state-funded projects. Commercial and industrial users concerned about risk management and safety may also take an interest in your company’s safety training.

NADCA has teamed up with a certified OSHA instructor to develop and present a version of the 10-hour training course specifically targeted to the HVAC cleaning industry so you can get the training you need in order to qualify for these larger, more lucrative projects. This course is offered as part of NADCA’s 2009 Technical Seminars and covers:
  • Fall Protection
  • Confined Spaces
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Electrical Hazards and Lock-out/Tag-out and more
Separate your company from others by showing your customers and your personnel that safety is a priority for your company. Register for one of NADCA’s Technical Seminars today to get your OSHA 10-hour certificate and card. While you’re there, take the opportunity to get NADCA-certified as well.

The dates and locations of the 2009 Technical Seminars are as follows:
  • August 20-22: Nashville, TN
  • September 10-12: Baltimore, MD
  • October 8-10: Las Vegas, NV
Please visit for more information on NADCA’s Technical Seminars.