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Applying to the MSAC

Typically, potential MSAC Members are invited by the MSAC Chairman at various HVACR-industry trade shows held throughout the year. The Chairman searches for companies' products and technology that are not being represented by a Member on the Council, but should be because it would benefit RSES Members/RSES Journal Subscribers. An MSAC Member Kit—which includes an MSAC Brochure, the MSAC Bylaws and an MSAC Membership Application—is left with an appropriate person at these trade shows for later perusal. Those interested then fill out the application and submit it to the MSAC Secretary.

With the ever-expanding technology becoming available for HVACR professionals, the MSAC is offering Membership opportunities to those interested. While there are as many different reasons for applying to the MSAC as there are Members, several individuals see the following as their primary motivation:
• Members not only contribute to industry education, they enhance their personal growth as well;
• Member companies benefit by getting the most up-to-date service information out to the very technicians who apply, install and service their products; and
• The MSAC works closely with RSES in a dedicated effort to continuing education in the HVACR field and improving standards/practices and service information; the MSAC Hotline column is one of many vehicles used to accomplish these goals.

More information is available using the links above. If you are interested in becoming an MSAC Council Member, complete an MSAC Membership Application. If you have any questions, contact the MSAC Secretary.


 
 
 
 

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