Lynnfield, MA – For the third time in five years, JM Electrical Company, Inc., a firm specializing in advanced automated building system installations, has been selected by the National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) to receive the 2020 NECA Safety Excellence Award.

The award is presented to member companies who consistently record injury and fatality rates lower than the industry standard and implement internal company safety practices above and beyond basic industry compliance.

“We are honored to be recognized for our practices from such a highly respected industry association, particularly an award that highlights our commitment to the safety, health, and well-being of our employees,” said Matthew Guarracino, principal at JM Electrical.

Last year, JM Electrical – one of only four Greater Boston companies to receive this honor – safely logged over 150,000 man-hours on job sites. All JM  electricians hone their skills at the NECA/IBEW joint training center, one of the most intensive electrical training programs in the country. In addition, each electrician completes 10,000 hours of classroom and on-the-job training through the National Joint Apprenticeship Training Committee.

“Throughout our company’s history, JM Electrical has made safety – on job sites and in the workplace – our utmost priority for our colleagues, and we actively promote that culture through a number of internal programs,” added Guarracino.

As a prominent electrical company in the Boston area and a New England provider of specialized electrical construction work, JM offers its team all of the support and resources necessary to ensure that adequate health, safety, and environmental protocols are fully implemented.

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