• 11.20.23


    Climate Change Policies’ Pipe Dreams

    This article was written by guest columnist Terry O'Brien, Executive Vice President for the Association of Contracting Plumbers of the City of New York, and Senior Director for the Plumbing Foundation City of New York. In light of Climate Week NYC, which occurred September 17-22, I would be remiss if I did not address a topic that has universal impact and is important to so many of us: combating …

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  • 10.05.23

    Cornetta plumber

    Q&A with Incoming PHCC President Joe Cornetta Published by PHCP Pros

    Joe Cornetta, third-generation co-owner of Cornetta Bros. Plumbing and Heating, will start his term as president at PHCCCONNECT2023 next month in Cleveland. Read PHCP Pros' Steve Smith's Q&A with Cornetta on PHCP Pros' website by following the link below! …

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  • 07.14.23


    NLRB Captive Audience Meeting Interpretation

    The General Counsel for the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) issued a memorandum related to what constitutes a “Captive Audience” Meeting, GC 22-04. (See Memorandum) This memorandum informs regional offices that the long standing practice of allowing employers to require employees to attend mandatory meetings where employers could provide information in opposition to the union is unlawful …

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  • 07.10.23


    PHCC Industry Summit Results in Collaboration, Solutions on Workforce Development, Education, Regulatory Issues, and More

    FALLS CHURCH, VA. — Proving the value of constructive collaboration, Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors—

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  • 06.07.23

    ACHR news

    PHCC Legislative Conference Covered by the ACHR News

    Matt Jachman of ACHR News wrote a piece on his time attending the 2023 PHCC Legislative Conference in Washington, D.C. Matt was able to tag along for multiple meetings on Capitol Hill between legislators and...

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  • 06.01.23

    Legislative Meeting Stats Vertical

    PHCC Legislative Conference: Expertise on Capitol Hill

    FALLS CHURCH, VA. — The Plumbing-Heating-Cooling Contractors–National Association (PHCC) welcomed PHCC members, chapter executives, and corporate partners to Washington, D.C., May 16-17, to meet with lawmakers and educate them on energy, economic, and workforce policies that are important to the industry and consumers. Before heading to Capitol Hill as industry experts, members first heard from …

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  • 03.28.22

    Joel Long on electrification

    Joel Long on “The Unintended Consequences of the Electrification Movement”—ACHR News

    PHCC—National President Joel Long of GSM Services in Gastonia, North Carolina, will periodically weigh in on hot topics in the industry. Read what he had to say...

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  • 11.09.21

    Congress Sends Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill to President Biden

    On Friday evening, Nov. 5, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework where it now goes to the President for his signature. The $1.2 trillion legislation is the largest investment in U.S. infrastructure since the Eisenhower administration. Roughly half the cost of the proposal will be slated toward surface transportation projects, with the rest focused on- …

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  • 11.09.21

    New Vaccine Mandate for 100+ Employees; What You Need to Know

    OSHA has identified that SARS-Cov-2 and COVID-19 present a grave danger to employees and has promulgated this Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) for the workplace. The ETS applies to employers of 100 or more employees and is effective as of Nov. 5, 2021 (the date of publication). The ETS shall remain in effect the grave danger no longer exists or OSHA determines the conditions revert to a …

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