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THANK YOU for another GREAT Winter Conference!
 
Final attendance numbers are in for the 2018 Annual Winter Conference and we welcomed 1,400 attendees, which breaks last year's record.  The halls were packed with exhibitors and attendees for two full days of educational sessions, exhibitor receptions and awards events, and we can't thank everyone enough for contributing to the success of the conference this year!
 
If you have a Facebook account, make sure to check out the MBI page to view photos and the awards videos if you weren't able to make it to the conference this year. A conference photo gallery will be up and ready for viewing on the MBI website later this week, so be sure to check back to see some of the many great shots our photographer was able to capture.

Be sure to save the date for next year's conference so that you don't miss out!

2019 MBI Annual Winter Conference
February 25-27, 2018
Prairie Meadows
Altoona, Iowa
OSHA 10 Hour 
Congratulations MB EYE on the Future Class of 2018!   
COMING SOON - Training Vault 2.0
As we say good bye to winter and anxiously await warmer weather, it is time make sure your entire team is bringing their safety A-Game to work every day!

To assist commercial construction companies in the training of new employees and/or refreshing current employees, Master Builders of Iowa is conducting an OSHA 10 Hour class in Waterloo on March 29 - 30, 2018. This class will provide attendees with the most up-to-date OSHA regulations, proper safety procedures, behavior-based safety practices, and much more!

All who attend will receive multiple documents to help them comply with OSHA standards, as well as a card of completion issued by the OSHA Institute.

Master Builder Designation: Safety - 7 Credits; Ecological - 3 Credits

  CLICK HERE to view the complete brochure, access the registration form, and/or to register online.

If you have any questions or would like additional information, please contact Tom Fulcher at tfulcher@mbionline.com or (515) 657-4395.
One of MBI's premier leadership courses, MBEye on the Future, is now in the books for the class of 2018. The graduating class of 20 individuals, representing 20 different MBI member companies throughout the state, met on 6 different occasions for 6 consecutive months in 6 different cities. The class succeeded in furthering their leadership and personal skills, while networking with one another.

Each of them sacrificed their time to better themselves and their companies, and this deserves a big congratulations!

To see this year's graduating class, or more about the program in general, you can click HERE.
 
As you are well aware, technology within the commercial construction industry is rapidly advancing. MBI is excited to announce our Training Vault is no exception, as we are preparing to launch Training Vault 2.0 in the coming weeks...and you are going to love the enhancements!

The most significant enhancements to the Training Vault will include notifications for:
  • Expired training credentials
  • Course registration notifications
  • Course reminders
  • Changes to your Master Builder Designation credits.
In addition, these notifications will be sent to both the individual employee, as well as the company administrator to ensure that the company, the employee, and MBI are all on the same page regarding training records.
 
Keep an eye out for additional information in the next few weeks!

For questions or additional information about the MBI Training Vault, please contact Tom Fulcher at (515) 657-4395 or tfulcher@mbionline.com.


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