Why Attend?

Why attend?
The electrical industry is going through some rapid changes in technology. Electrical contractors and safety professionals need to stay up to speed with industry advances that affect workplace safety and health.

The 2012 NSPC will include both electrical line construction and inside electrical construction tracks to properly address safety and health in the respective electrical construction activity. View Schedule >>

  • Inside Construction tracks: NFPA 70E Series: Engaging the Process, Changes 2012, Incident Energy Analysis and Electrical Safety Program Management
  • Line Construction Tracks: NESC 2012, Minimum Approach Distances; OSHA’s New Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution: PPE Rule and ET&D Best Practices
  • Safety Management: Hazard Analysis/Risk Assessment Techniques, Safety Management and Culture and Collective Bargaining and Safety

The 2012 NSPC is packed with sessions presented by high caliber professionals within the industry. Their credentials include: Esq., CSP, CIH, PhD, PE and Subject Matter Experts (SME). View the 2012 NSPC Keynote Speakers >>

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