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Upcoming NECA Webinar Will Discuss Conducting Proper Job Briefings

Mar 06, 2017

The National Electrical Contractors Association will host a webinar on Thursday, March 23, at 1pm EST to discuss a new guide it has developed to assist members’ employees in the field to understand how to conduct proper job briefings.

The webinar, NECA’s Guide to Job Briefings, is free and open to public. The speakers will be Wes Wheeler, NECA’s Director of Safety, and Joe O’Connor, President of INTEC. Registration is required for this event. There will be a Q-&-A period at the end.

This webinar presentation will cover the information found in the guide and both OSHA and NFPA requirements. These requirements help to ensure that job briefings are performed and that they are documented properly. The new guide provides examples and templates to meet both of these requirements and provide training to employees. 

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Available in print form or as part of a PDF digital resource kit download for your use, the NECA Guide to Job Briefings is a must for every jobsite and service truck.

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