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NEW THIS YEAR at the 2015 NECA Safety Professionals Conference


HR and the Safety/Risk Management Relationship – Keith Wheeler, SPHR, SHRM-SCP

The roles of the HR professional and the safety/risk management professional are often intricately intertwined within many organizations.  They may even be blended into a single role within many companies.  And in addition to the day-to-day employee administration activities, HR and Safety professionals also have responsibilities for compliance with all state, federal, and local requirements regarding employment laws and regulations.  This session will focus on these two roles, responsibilities, and ultimately the liabilities HR and Safety professionals face in ensuring employees are fully engaged, motivated, and following established safety procedures. 

Electrical Contractors Safety Responsibilities and Strategies – Discussion

This session will focus on what NECA members are doing with their insurance to effectively manage risk and improve their bottom line. The session will provide guidance for developing and maintaining an effective safety management system. Essentials from safety policies and how policies can be used to achieve effective safety programs will be discussed. Moderated by John Gaston, Westex and Michael Johnston, NECA

“Safety Training A to Z – From Orientation, through Refreshers, to New Requirements (like GHS)” – Jonathan Klane

Are you responsible for the safety training in your organization?  Ever wonder if you’re actually doing what you need to be doing?  Come to this session to learn about the various aspects of your requirements including:

  • Why orientation training is so important?
  • What really needs to be done for refreshers?
  • What does OSHA typically look for?
  • Are there other aspects I should be aware of?
  • What about this new “GHS” regulation?