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Featured Publication

  • NFPA 70E Employer (Contractor) Responsibilities

    This guide forms a basis for a contractor’s compliance with NFPA 70E detailing planning and documentation requirements to effectively communicate risks to customers as well as to employees. 

    Purchase the Guide:

    Index#: 5126-14
    Available for purchase at $25/members, $50/non-members.

    Purchase the CD:

    Index#: 5126-14CD
    Available for purchase at $160/members, $320/non-members.

  • NECAWORKS™ Screening Tool Annual Subscription

    Index Number: NECAWORKS

    NECAWORKS™ offers the fundamental tools and information links to "screen" a project. Using data supplied by you and your client, it determines a "Benefit/Cost Ratio", or "B/C Ratio" for projects you intend to bid. (Subscription only available to NECA members)

    Price: $599/members

    Purchase in the NECA Store
  • Basic Foremanship Blended Learning Course

    This course is geared toward working or dedicated foremen, foremen in smaller companies or in rural areas, foremen with little or no training, entry-level foremen, and journeymen aspiring to be a foreman.

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  • eSafetyLine Software (NECA Safety Expert System Software)

    Formally the NECA Safety Expert System, this online subscription provides users with complete company safety manual, written programs, polices, procedures and forms. Additional features include an industry practices database, NFPA 70E PPE Selector, message board, training materials and a robust recordkeeping system. 

    Index Number: 5119S
    FormatElectronic Subscription

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  • NECA 701-2013 Adds Focus on Energy Conservation to NEIS Series

    NECA 701- 2013, Standard for Energy Management, Demand Response and Energy Solutions, is a timely addition to the growing NEIS library of standards focusing on energy conservation and renewable power. Energy management and conservation technology has moved rapidly, and the latest NEIS provides clear instruction to electrical contractors and specifying engineers looking for optimum performance from their energy systems. Learn more >

    Index #: 701-2013
    Pricing: $20 for NECA members and $40 for non-members
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  • Achieving Spatial Coordination Through BIM: A Guide for Specialty Contractors

    NECA, MCAA and SMACNA released a joint, in-depth analysis of how specialty contractors can best use Building Information Modeling (BIM) to the advantage of all construction project stakeholders. Learn more >
    Free to NECA Members (Index# SCBIM-2013.) 

    Download PDF from the NECA Store
  • NECA-202 Revised Standard for Installing and Maintaining Industrial Heat Tracing Systems

    NECA 202-2013, Standard for Installing and Maintaining Industrial Heat Tracing Systems is $20 for NECA members and $40 for non-members.

    Available in the NECA online store, (Index #202-2013.)

    PURCHASE NECA 202-2013
  • NECA Manual of Labor Units (MLU) 2013-14

    Index Number: 4090-13

    Since 1923, NECA has compiled and published labor unit data for the electrical construction industry. The NECA MLU has long been the standard in the industry, and its prominence among other estimating data sources is well documented. 
    Pricing: $70.00 Member/ $200.00 Non-member

    Reccomended Add-On: 2013-14 Manual of Labor Units (MLU) Tabs 
    Pricing: $15.95 Member/ $22.95 Non-member

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  • ELECTRI Releases: The Family Advantage - A Strategic Profile

    ELECTRI International – The Foundation for Electrical Construction, Inc. commissioned a study to examine family-owned and managed electrical construction companies. Generating Success: An Exploration of the Issues Facing the EC Industry Through The Lens of Family Businesses

    Index #: F3304
    Pricing: $0.00 Member/ $10.00 Non-member

    Learn more
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  • Combining Charging Station Installation with Energy Efficiency Upgrades: An Emerging Market (F3301)

    Index Number: F3301
    Plug-in vehicles fall into one of two main categories: Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs) or Plug-in Electric Vehicles (PEVs) sometimes referred to as Battery Electric Vehicle (BEVs). PEVs/BEVs are all-electric vehicles with no internal combustion engine (ICE). Collectively, all of these are more commonly referred to as Electric Vehicles (EVs).


    Member: $0.00 (PDF Download)
    Non-Member: $35.00 (PDF Download)
    Purchase in the NECA Store

Training Spotlight

  • Basic Foremanship Blended Learning Course

    This course is geared toward working or dedicated foremen, foremen in smaller companies or in rural areas, foremen with little or no training, entry-level foremen, and journeymen aspiring to be a foreman.
    Visit to learn more
  • NEC 2014 Changes Webinar

    NECA is an active participant in the NEC development process with representation on each of the 19 NEC technical committees. This Webinar is an extensive overview of significant changes proposed to the National Electrical Code for the 2014 cycle. Learn what was proposed, and how these changes may impact your business. Be ahead of the game by catching a glimpse of some interesting NEC revisions that are coming in the next edition.

    Download or Watch the Webinar Recording
  • NFPA 70E© Educating Parties on Shared Responsibilities Webinar

    NECA held a 90-minute webinar on NFPA 70E © Educating Parties on Shared Responsibilities on April 1, 2014, where NECA's Director of Safety Wesley Wheeler and representatives from safety experts Intec inc. highlighted important changes in the latest edition of NFPA70E.

    Watch or Download Webinar Recording

  • NECA Now 2015 - Miami

    APRIL 13-16, 2015

    Far from your typical meeting, NECANOW 2015 is a three-day executive leadership conference focused on your professional and personal growth.

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  • JATC Training Centers Benefit Unions and Customers: 4-Part Documentary

 presents a 4-part series of four videos that highlight the 285 individual, local JATCs, or joint apprenticeship training centers, around the country and the specialized training they offer.

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  • OSHA Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling (GHS) Compliance

    NECA has provided contractors with materials your company needs to train employees on the new Hazard Communications and Safety Data Sheets by the December 1, 2013 Deadline. View a copy of the presentation, download a recording, and all materials online to ensure your company is compliant with the OSHA training requirements today.

    View HazCom/SDS training materials
  • Newscast: Line Construction Special Edition

NECA Member Showcase

  • NECA Member Celebrates 70 Years of Service to Community

    Rick Milota

    Vice President, National Electric, Inc.

    Omaha, Nebraska
    President, Board of Governors, Nebraska Chapter, NECA

    Founded in 1944, NECA member National Electric has been serving the greater Omaha, Nebraska area for 70 years. Today the company is run by the founder’s grandchildren, President John Milota Jr. and Vice President Rick Milota. Currently in its third generation, the company is celebrating 70 years of being family-owned in 2014.

    Learn more

Premier Partners

NECA’s Premier Partner sponsorship program connects NECA members to the leading companies in the electrical construction industry. 
Learn more about the Premier Partners program

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  • NECA’s education programs provide innovation, business trends and effective leadership exclusive to electrical contractors.
  • NECA is working every day to ensure you have every opportunity available to stay on top of the issues affecting your business and to be directly in touch with your Senators and your Representative in Congress.
  • The NECA Convention is an exciting mix of opportunities for education, inspiration, networking, and fun!
  • NECA communities are member-initiated groups where contractors and industry professionals sharing common interests and business concerns can come together.
  • NECA membership isn’t just about saving your firm time and money; it’s also about helping your company make more money and achieve success!
  • NECA contractors employ the most highly trained and reliable workforce in the industry. They will get your job done right the first time, on time, without disrupting your business.