MCABC is an association of contractors and suppliers of plumbing, heating, cooling and fire suppression systems. Our purpose is to be a focused, dynamic, member driven organization, providing desired services for members, instilling confidence in consumers and attracting new members.
Our Mission is ensuring that by 2015:
- MCABC is the voice for the mechanical sector in British Columbia; able to influence decisions re the mechanical sector;
- We distinguish the MCABC brand through training and marketing; and
- We strengthen our membership through growth and affiliations
Code of Ethics
(MCA Canada’s Code of Ethics adopted by MCABC on the 16th October, 2010)
Members of the Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada believe that business standards of a high order are essential to progress and will better qualify us to service society, our industry and Association by adopting the following Code of Ethics:
Members of the Association shall take on a professional responsibility with all business functions founded on trust, and every transaction to which they are a party to shall be conducted with honour and integrity.
Members of the Association shall promote action which will prove to be beneficial to the public interest and in the best interests of the mechanical contracting industry as a whole.
Members of the Association shall maintain a high level of quality in both material and workmanship thereby providing the best possible service to our clients.
Members of the Association shall abide by all applicable laws, codes, regulations and standard practices to safeguard our industry’s performance for the protection of public health and the environment.
Members of the Association shall firmly stand by the principle that all contracts, whether written or oral, be performed with the same good faith and intent with which the parties entered the agreement and any disagreements should be resolved by negotiation or arbitration, in preference to legal action.
Members of the Association shall promote fairness in dealing with their employees, treating them with respect and assisting and encouraging their intellectual and skill development.
Members of the Association shall support, and shall encourage their peers to support the policies and objectives of the Association, both nationally and provincially.