2019 Keynotes

Chris Sarvis

Facebook Loss Control

What is an Owner/Customer looking for in an electrical contractor?  As a Loss Control Manager overseeing many construction projects, Chris will provide an insight into some of the key requirements owners must consider when evaluating electrical contractors for selection.

Meet Chris Sarvis

Carol Cambridge

The Stay Safe Project

Workplace Violence situations are becoming more frequent than ever before. Whether your concern is about increased suicide in the industry, personalities that overshadow your current processes or a lack of policies this keynote will provide you with important information to keep your people safe.

Construction can be a high-pressure industry and this pressure leads to confrontations from verbal threats to violent attacks both in offices and on jobsites. Many incidents in this industry go unreported and this can leave your company in a vulnerable position.

Prepare your employees to prevent violence with:

  • The #1 strategy to reduce violence in the workplace
  • Identify dangerous blind spots
  • Learn the behavior that may be predictive of violence
  • What can be deadly at your organization
  • Why every leader needs the to understand the keys to de-escalation

Meet Carol Cambridge

Jim Pauley

NECA is privileged to have the current president of NFPA speak to the NECA Safety Professionals this year. Jim is a part of the Electrical Section at NFPA and his leadership is key over the electrical NFPA documents as well as other standards that are developed for life safety. NFPA 3000TM (PS) Standard for an Active Shooter/Hostile Event Response (ASHER) Program is the newest public safety standard that has been developed to assist emergency response personnel and authorities having jurisdiction in preparing for this type of emergency.

Meet Jim Pauley

Scott Ketcham

Scott Ketcham is the acting director for the OSHA Directorate of Construction. Scott is a Certified Safety Professional, (CSP) from the Board of Certified Safety Professionals and during his tenure, has worked closely with industry and partnerships to provide leadership and coordination between OSHA and industry stakeholders.

Who Should Attend?

Managers of safety and health programs or have similar responsibilities as part of their employment will greatly benefit from attending the conference, including:

  • Safety Professionals
  • CEOs
  • Presidents
  • Upper Level Project Management
  • HR Personnel
  • Supervisors