National Demolition Association Brings Demolition Training Session to Boston Area for First Time

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The Association, recognized as the authority on demolition industry safe work practices, has opened the training session to any construction professional involved in the demolition process. The event takes place Oct. 26-27 in Needham, MA.

The National Demolition Association is bringing demolition industry health and safety training directly to New England construction professionals Oct. 26-27 with its Regional Demolition Training Session scheduled at the Sheraton Needham Hotel, located in the Boston suburb of Needham, MA.

Open to anyone involved in the demolition process, including general contractors, civil engineers and recycling specialists, the session will provide participants with certifications for both the OSHA Demolition-specific 10-hour construction health and safety training and the Lift Safety Training course.

Other program offerings include Industrial Hygiene 101 for the demolition industry and PCBs in caulk.

This is the first time the National Demolition Association has brought its Regional Demolition Training Session to the Boston area. It has provided safety training programs to construction and demolition professionals since instituting the first Demolition Safety Summit in 1994. The Association is recognized as the worldwide authority on demolition industry safe work practices, according to Association executives.

For a fee schedule and to register for the National Demolition Association’s New England Regional Demolition Training Session, call 800-541-2412, send an email to info(at)demolitionassociation(dot)com, or visit the website http://www.demolitionassociation.com.

The National Demolition Association is a non-profit trade organization representing approximately 1,000 U.S. and Canadian companies and many international firms that are involved in the demolition process. Membership includes demolition contractors, general contractors, civil engineering firms, and recycling, landfill, and salvage operations. The association’s efforts help members stay abreast of environmental, regulatory and safety matters, keep regulators informed about issues facing the industry, increase public and industry awareness, and provide members with networking opportunities and information on the latest technical advances in equipment and services. The website is http://www.demolitionassociation.com.

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