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PCCA Membership Directory & Buyer's Guide
The new 2021-2022 PCCA Membership Directory & Buyer's Guide (print edition) is available online.
Bookmark the link on your phone or iPad and carry PCCA wherever you are. It can also be shared by email or social media.
Fully searchable, the new directory allows you to create your own bookmarks within the publication. Please note the printed edition listings are current at time of initial publication. For the most up-to-date listings please search our online member directory.
PCCA Journal - 2021 Q2 - Available Online
The latest edition of the PCCA Journal is in the mail but you can avoid the wait by reading it online.
The sun shines on PCCA's 2021 convention... the 2021-22 PCCA Education & Research Foundation scholarship winners are announced... Infrastructure debate begins in earnest... and more.
Take it with you.
The PCCA Journal is portable and optimized for reading on your phone or tablet.
Take the Challenge
Finding and fixing hazards is a core element of a workplace safety and health program. A systematic find and fix approach is an ongoing process that helps better identify and control sources of potential injuries and illnesses.
Complete the items on the checklist, earn your challenge coin, then share the results in your workplace or on social media using #SafeAndSoundAtWork and #CheckOnSafety.
PCCA Members Express Strong Opposition to PRO Act
Members of the Power & Communication Contractors Association (PCCA) have been contacting their federal Representatives and Senators in early March to share their strong opposition to the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act. PCCA has long represented the interests of those who build and maintain America’s electric power and broadband infrastructure, and its members believe that the PRO Act (H.R. 842) would have serious negative consequences on the U.S. economy and American workers.
2020 DIRT Data Submissions Due by March 31
PCCA encourages all of its members to submit data into the Common Ground Alliance's annual DIRT (Damage Information and Reporting Tool) Report, a document that estimates and analyzes damages to buried utilities across the country.
The March 31 deadline to submit 2020 DIRT data is fast approaching. CGA encourages submissions to be made as soon as possible so that you can be a part of the damage prevention story. Submit your 2020 damage or near-miss data by visiting www.identity.cga-dirt.com. If this is your first time submitting to DIRT, click here to register for an account.