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Learn more about why the U.S. government is making it more difficult for manufacturers to find people willing and qualified to work in the plant.

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Framers and component manufacturers discuss why building materials are often blamed for fires, particularly in buildings under construction.

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Hear from two component manufacturers on the pros and cons of using staffing agencies to find and recruit new employees.

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This webinar covers some best practices for managing a variety of design issues, from training designers and overseeing the design process, to...

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SBCA's IT Committee gives an update on the development of a uniform data standard and what this standard would mean for CMs and suppliers.

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This roundtable discussion shares ideas about how to re-energize your local network and get your chapter moving forward again.

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Jim Vogt discusses industry recommendations per BCSI’s Jobsite Package documents for storage, handling, installing, restraining and bracing of metal...

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Learn what CMs around the country get out of opening their doors to students, building inspectors, lawmakers and others.

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Find out what there is to gain from putting time and effort into a robust safety effort that goes beyond some PPE requirements.

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Learn how Bob Dayhoff and Keith Myers became active SBCA participants and go-to presenters in their markets.

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Explore the building code provisions that raise questions about the manufacture, installation and repair of metal plate connected wood trusses.

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Learn how to use social media and your website to sell more product with the help of SBCA’s Component Marketing (CM) Toolbox.

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