Benefits of Membership
The Atlanta Electrical Contractors Association provides many benefits to it's members. Please take the time to look
through the following benefits and
contact us for further information.
Governmental Affairs - The Association represents the interests of its members nationally, through its support of ECPAC (the Electrical Construction Political Action Committee) and NECA�s Political Leadership Council, and locally, through its active involvement in legislative and regulatory issues.
Industry Relations - The Association is an active participant on State Codes Advisory Committee, Georgia Chapter of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors, Project Safe Georgia, Metro Atlanta Code Council, Greater Atlanta Electrical League, as well as being an active Chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association.
Information - The Association keeps its members informed about industry events through monthly membership meetings, newsletters and regional and national conventions. Members also receive a copy of NECA's National Electrical Industry Standards, direct mailings, Electrical Contractor Magazine, and support of NECANet.
Labor Relations - The Association represents its members in contract
negotiations and administration with International Brotherhood of Electrical
Workers (IBEW) Local 613 (Atlanta)
Marketing - The Association offers marketing support to its members by providing marketing materials, sponsoring training programs, conducting marketing studies, and promotion of the "NECA Connection" contractor referral database.
Partnerships - The Association has striven since its inception to develop partnerships to benefit its members and their customers. The partnership between NECA and the IBEW has been delivering quality to its customers for 100 years. The Association is also continuing to develop partnerships with construction users, utilities and service providers.
Public Relations - The Association is an ardent promoter of the "Quality Connection".
Safety - The Association provides information on changing OSHA regulations and provides its members with a wealth of low and no-cost NECA safety materials, publications and polices, such as safety programs and new hire videos.
Insurance - Access to the Association's Workers Compensation Program, providing aggressive dividend returns.
Surplus Material Exchange - Locally & nationally.
Technical and Training Services - The Association supports apprentice, journeyman, and technician training through representation on Joint Apprentice and Training Committees with the IBEW. We also provide a variety of management development and technical programs, most notably our Certified Supervisors Program.
Trust Funds - The Association helps ensure Contractor contributions to fringe benefit plans are used wisely and efficiently through representation on local trust funds. The Association�s Executive Vice President also acts as the collection trustee for the National Electrical Benefit Fund.
For customers seeking to learn more about how AECA contractors can meet your critical business issues, or for contractors seeking to learn more about the many advantages of AECA membership, please e-mail Executive Vice President David Sokolow at david@ atlantaelectrical.org or call him at 770-454-6400.