Just Another Day on the Job

Brandon Schroeder has been an electrician for 19 years. On August 24, 2011, he survived an arc flash explosion that without a doubt should have killed him. He had a decision to make, and he made the wrong one.

Helping Others

Small decisions like Brandon’s happen every day on the job. In order to help you avoid the mistake Brandon made, he shares his thought processes, shows you pictures of exactly what went wrong, and tells you about his recovery.

Recent Praise & News

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your participation and presenting a keynote at the 2018 NSPC in Louisville, KY. Your dedication to safety in our industry will help our attendees achieve success protecting the employees that work for our association employers.

I received many comments on how impactful your presentation was and how much our attendees enjoyed the closing session. The NECA conference continues to grow each year and once again, the NSPC set attendance records in 2018. The continued success of our conference is directly related to the quality of our presenters and your contribution was a big part of this year’s success.

Thank you again for sharing your knowledge with our attendees. It is because of the professionals like you, our conferences continues to provide the finest safety educational sessions for our industry.

Wesley L. Wheeler

Director of Safety, National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA)

April 30, 2018 — As part of Electrical Safety Month NECA’s Director of Safety, Westley Wheeler recently took part in a webinar hosted by safety software leader, eCompliance, Developing Effective Policies for Electrical Safety. This webinar features Brandon Schroeder, an arc flash accident survivor and the founder of Believe in Safety. He shared his story and experiences, while explaining why safety must be highlighted on the job. Developing Effective Policies for Electrical Safety Webinar Recording


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