EXPERIENCE THE STRENGTH OF AN SAIA MEMBERSHIP
The SAIA is the unified voice of the scaffold and access industry. For more than 45 years, the SAIA has been the global leader in advocacy and support for the safe use of scaffold and access equipment. Our member companies represent manufacturers, rental houses, erectors, contractors, educators, suppliers, laborers, safety professionals, and more.
WHY JOIN THE SAIA?
Membership in the SAIA gives you access to valuable information and resources that keep your company on the cutting edge of industry trends. You’ll benefit from timely updates on OSHA regulations and learn how they may impact your business.
SERVE ON AN SAIA COUNCIL OR COMMITTEE
The best way to get involved with the SAIA is to serve on one of its councils or committees, which focus on specific niches and interests within the scaffold and access industry. Your participation ensures you have a forum to address the challenges faced within the industry and provides an opportunity to gain insight on what your peers and the industry experts are doing to overcome these shared obstacles. An SAIA membership is a VIP pass to making a difference that benefits everyone working in the scaffold and access industry!
ATTEND SAIA INDUSTRY EVENTS
You’ll be inspired for success after attending one of our annual events; you’ll bring home new product ideas and expand your knowledge about equipment safety. These events provide wonderful opportunities to network with peers, industry experts, SAIA leadership and staff. Members also receive discounts to attend the events, making it even easier to justify the time out of office vs. the return on investment you’ll reap both now and later.
MEMBERSHIP HAS ITS REWARDS
The SAIA offers its members a diverse range of products and services to address their professional and business needs. Whether it’s access to industry-specific publications or members-only training programs, the SAIA has you covered.
“I am a regional safety manager for Performance Contracting Group. As our scaffolding business was growing, I needed a source of training material and a means of networking within the scaffold industry. I was referred to the SAIA, and PCI joined in 2006. By attending the annual conventions and Committee Weeks, I have made valuable contacts in the industry that have helped me learn the business and helped me develop a better safety program for my company. The SAIA gives me a means of contacting experts in the industry to help me with questions and guidance when I am developing safety policies and procedures for PCI. I look forward to continuing my involvement with the SAIA as it is a valuable resource for me.”
David Lanza, Regional Safety Manager
Performance Contracting Group