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Most agree on the value of safety. Morally, electrical contractors establish safety rules and require employees to follow them to prevent anyone from getting hurt. From a regulatory perspective we need to comply with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations. Finally, it just makes good business sense. Accidents can be costly. Higher insurance premiums and hidden costs, such as down time and administrative overhead, can significantly affect the success of any business. On top of this many customers won’t hire contractors who fail to prove they run a safe company.
A comprehensive, effective-written safety manual is the first step in establishing and proving your company as safe.
NECA understands the many challenges (prequalification hurdles, OSHA compliance, special requirements set by NFPA 70E) electrical contractors face and what is needed. The new NECA Manual targets those elements.
Order the new NECA Safety Manual today! With these new features electrical contractors will be better able to protect employees, more easily prequalify for customer projects and comply with all OSHA requirements.
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