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PET’s big NECA wins!

Dec 11, 2019

The annual NECA Excellence Awards are always a calendar highlight for the team at Programmed Electrical Technologies (PET).

This year, we took home six awards across four states, including an unheard of three in Queensland!

The team took home of Work Health Safety Management System – Project, Work Health Safety Management System – Company, and Voice/Data Communications & Audio Visual.

“The NECA Excellence awards are an important industry highlight that showcases the hard work and dedication to all processes in the industry as a whole,” says Gerry Phelan, regional general manager, QLD/NSW/ACT. “A big part of that is putting these ideas in place that see our staff go home the same way they came to work; safe and uninjured. The behaviour within the company has aligned itself with these ideals and this success demonstrates this perfectly.’

The Victorian, South Australian, and Western Australian teams also all took home their respective awards for Work Health Safety Management System – Company.

Winning these awards at the state-based ceremonies automatically entered the teams into the National NECA Excellence Awards, where the Queensland team were successful in two categories!

Their hard work saw them collect the awards for Work Health Safety Management System – Project and Voice/Data Communications & Audio Visual.

Congratulations to the PET team for all their efforts, we look forward to hearing equally great news about their successes in 2020!

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