Safety is Always First at NUCA
We are proud to offer our members industry leading education and networking opportunities centering around safety. The venerable NUCA Train-the- Trainer (TTT) course, which is offered in Coppell, Texas this year on Aug. 23-26, has a fresh new look and a new focus. The updated TTT emphasizes building instructors and teaching them the concepts of being an effective instructor while focusing on teaching the core NUCA Competent Person and NUCA Confined Space Courses. If you would like to attend this course, be a NUCA Certified Instructor, or refresh your skills and training, please contact NUCA’s training director Mike Flowers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
NUCA will also be holding its combined Safety Directors Forum (SDF), 811 One Call Meeting, and Damage Prevention Forum in Denver, Colorado this fall. The two-day event on Nov. 17-18 will be held at the Westin Downtown Denver hotel and like last year’s event, combine all three NUCA conferences for ease of participation. SDF offers company safety managers to network with other utility construction safety managers from across the country. And like last year’s popular event, safety experts will present open-forum discussions on the most important and relevant safety information members need. The 811 One Call and Damage Prevention Forum will focus on damage prevention in the utility construction industry. A link for registration can be found here.