Wisconsin Roofing Contractors Association


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Wisconsin Roofing Contractors Association

The mission of the WRCA is to provide educational, technical, and social forums for those in Wisconsin’s roofing industry; to advocate on behalf of roofing contractors and the roofing industry, and to provide an unparalleled link to business resources designed specifically for roofing contractors in Wisconsin.

WRCA members comprise both union and merit shop roofing contractors and material and service providers to the roofing industry. The WRCA is affiliated with the National Roofing Contractors Association. Our mission is to provide education, training and interactive forums for our members.

Event Information

  • Wed

    Crane Safety for Roofing Contractors


    WRCA Membership Meeting

    Wednesday, September 16, 2015
    4:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

    Crane Safety for Roofing Contractors – You Can’t Afford To Wait!


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     Associated Training Services
    7190 Elder Lane | Sun Prairie, WI 53590 | MAP

     Reception – 4:00 p.m. | Program – 4:30 p.m.
    Dinner – 5:45 p.m. | Q & A/WRCA Update – 6:30 p.m.


    Click here to REGISTER ONLINE


    Our September program will be on crane safety and rather than bring an instructor to us, we’re going to go to them!  Associated Training Services in Sun Prairie has invited us to hold our meeting at their location and given the additional space, we’ve invited our Associate Members who provide crane sales and rental services to join us with some of their equipment.  This will be a hands-on and interactive session for owners and anyone involved with project safety.  

    Our speaker is Dan Swiggum, Chief Crane Instructor at Associated Training Services (ATS).  Dan is an NCCCO certified crane operator and has been a NCCCO Practical Examiner since 2008. Dan is also a certified Craft Instructor thru the National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER).  

    ATS is an Associate Member of WRCA and is the oldest family- owned training center for CDL drivers, heavy equipment operators, crane operators, and rigging and signalpersons.

    During dinner, attendees will be encouraged to discuss the program materials and to think about real-world applications.  Following dinner, we will have a Q & A period and roundtable discussions to help you better understand the real-world application of what you have learned.  Your registration includes the program, dinner, and a drink ticket.

    Non-Member guests are welcome.


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