Electrical Professionals Need Your
NECA IS OPENING THE DOORS TO THE ENTIRE INDUSTRY FOR THE FIRST TIME! JOIN US FOR THIS INTERACTIVE VIRTUAL EVENT THAT WILL PUT YOU IN FRONT OF YOUR CUSTOMERS AND PROSPECTS.
NECA is inviting all electrical safety professionals to attend this year's event. This virtual conference also eliminates all geographic borders, bringing the 2021 NECA Safety Professionals Conference a bigger audience than ever before. Whether a NECA member or not, this conference will equip all attendees with the latest advances in electrical safety.
Our job is to help electrical contractors maintain safe worksites, develop their own corporate safety programs and comply with OSHA and other federal regulations.
A safe and healthy workplace:
- protects workers from injury and illness
- lowers injury/illness costs
- reduces absenteeism and turnover
- increases productivity and quality
- raises employee morale.
- In other words, safety is good for business
- Plus, protecting workers is the right thing to do
Safety and Health needs are constantly evolving. That’s the purpose of the NECA Safety Professionals Conference. We are here to bring the latest safety updates, regulations and most importantly, the newest products and services that will help electrical contractors keep the job site safe, plus the workers, and their customers. We need your solutions to make that happen.
Put Your Safety Solutions in front of:
- CEO's, Owners & Senior Executives
- Safety Managers
- Risk Managers
- Human Resources
- Project Managers
- Supervisory Personnel
When: Tuesday, May 25- Wednesday, May 26, 2021
Exhibit Hours: 12:00 pm - 4:30 pm ET
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 202-991-6289
The National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)’s Safety Professionals Conference (NSPC) is the electrical construction industry’s premier annual safety event and continues to experience unprecedented growth. Building on the successes and experiences gained from the previous conferences, the NSPC 2021 provides the most useful and up-to-date information on regulation, compliance, management techniques and standards development that impact safety and health in electrical construction industry.