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Commissions paid to the Unions

We were concerned to see NECA misrepresented in The Australian newspaper this week.  Please see our letter to the Editor.   MORE

Infinity Cable Recall Resolution

The National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) – the peak industry body representing the interests of Australia’s electrical and communications contractors, cautiously welcomes the announcement from the ACCC of a resolution to the Infinity Cable Recall of last year. MORE

Officeworks USB recall another important reminder about safety

A national voluntary product recall of USB chargers by Officeworks Ltd is another important reminder about electrical safety and the dangers of using faulty and non-compliant electrical parts and products, the Chief Executive Officer of the National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA), Mr Suresh Manickam said today. MORE

School Student National Awards, 2014

In order to create greater awareness amongst school students, parents and careers advisors of the enormous range of opportunities available in the electrical sector, NECA has been running this awards program for more than 10 years now. MORE

See what “Dave” – the electrical contractor, has to say about the dangers of installing non-compliant products!

Over the next two months NECA will be running a radio advertising campaign to highlight the importance of using a qualified electrician and only installing Australia-compliant products. MORE

Energy price rises highlight the need for action

A recent suggestion from an independent advisory group arguing for a radical shake up of energy pricing structures highlights the need for mandatory energy audits and Government action to assist consumers to purchase more energy efficient devices, the Chief Executive Officer of National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA), Mr Suresh Manickam has said today. MORE

Non-compliant USB charger

“The dangers of using non-compliant electrical products at home have been further highlighted by the death of a Central Coast woman using a faulty USB phone charger,” said the Chief Executive Officer of the National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA), Mr Suresh Manickam. MORE

The National Electrical and Communications Association (NECA) is the peak industry body that represents the best interests of the electrical and communications contracting industry in Australia. It is the only peak body that is run by contractors for contractors. NECA provides its members with a suite of tools and member services to help make their businesses stronger. NECA works with all levels of government to ensure the best interests of the industry are maintained. NECA is the essential business partner for any electrical and communications contractor and will help to make your business stronger.

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