Pre-Task Planning and Post-Job Review: Continuously Improve Your Site Safety Planning Process

To help contractors design, implement, assess, and continuously improve their Pre-Task Planning (PTP) process, CPWR has developed a comprehensive, all-in-one PTP package. In this session, learn what this package has to offer including checklists, templates and practical examples to help you through the process. CPWR will also discuss their developed Electrical Task Analysis Documents that contain task-specific challenges, hazards, and applied solutions compiled directly from field interviews and onsite observations.

How Does NFPA 70E Apply to Your Business?

Understanding company requirements found in NFPA 70E and OSHA General Industry and Construction regulations will help companies stay compliant and perform work safely. This session will review what training is required and what documentation must be on file. Who is authorized and qualified according to their skills, knowledge and experience will also be discussed.

Distracted Driving — What Is Important to You?

Not only is distracted driving a serious problem, it’s an epidemic. With each new mobile device, the potential for behind-the-wheel distractions increases and so does your company’s exposure to risk. This session will address how to implement a mobile device/driving policy at your company, educate your employees on this hazard and introduce you to technology solutions that can aid you in restricting mobile phone use in vehicles.

Mental Health and Suicide Prevention in Construction, a CIASP Presentation

The Construction Industry Alliance for Suicide Prevention has crafted a concise, one-hour presentation aiming to shed light on Mental Health and Suicide in the Construction industry. The session includes a dedicated segment on Opioid Overdose Awareness and Naloxone treatments, offering a comprehensive overview of this pressing issue affecting workers across all tiers of the industry. Clearing up misunderstood language and expressing empathy and caring are key to helping all workers know that “It’s Okay, to Not Be Okay.”

Breaking Free From ‘Three Bids and a Buy’:  Harnessing NFPA 70B and 70E for Customer Trust and Long-Term Success

Delve into the pivotal updates within NFPA 70B and 70E and their combined impact on facility system reliability and safety. During this session, we will explore how these changes align to elevate operational standards, mitigate risks and foster a culture of safety. Beyond compliance, we uncover strategies for contractors to leverage these advancements to build enduring relationships with clients, unlocking recurring revenue streams and a trusted seat at your client’s planning table.

Safety Roundtable

Address safety-related issues that impact the field locations, office personnel, and customer facilities, at all levels of an organization. This NECA Safety Roundtable will discuss Human Operational Performance and how it integrates with safety on the job. A look into the 2024 NECA Safety Professionals Institute educational programs will also be provided.

Unlocking Efficiency: The Power of Electrical Prefabrication Standards

NECA’s National Installation Standard: NECA 5, Recommended Practice for Prefabrication of Electrical Installations in Construction can serve as a strategic guide for all size electrical contractors. This session will showcase the key principles, benefits and best practices outlined in NECA 5 as well as provide contractors with valuable insight into the incorporation of prefabrication methods with a special focus on electrical inspection strategies.

Comprehensive System to Prevent Damage to Your Buried Utilities During/After Construction

This session is designed to provide tools and information to create a safe digging plan for your construction sites to protect you, your company, and your legal liability in excavation. We will be exploring root causes of underground utility line strikes, current industry best practices, and the industry technology available. There is no “one size fits all” technique or technology. At the end of your session, you should be able to determine what is the best fit to mark, map, protect, and locate your underground utilities.

The Voice of The Safety Professional: Getting You to Support Their Safety Initiatives

What does it take to get senior leaders to support a safety initiative with words, actions, and money? With this question in mind, we interviewed deeply experienced safety professionals about their successes and frustrations in working with their organization’s leadership team. We will cover the 7 principles they follow when they are looking for maximum senior leader buy-in.