Congratulations to the recent No Harm Award winners!

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Safety is a core value of the ECA WA organisation. We are uncompromising in our commitment to the health, safety and welfare of our employees, customers, and community. It is our driving force and is fundamental to the way we work.

In line with this core value, we have adopted a NO HARM vision to promote a working environment that ensures the safety and well-being of all employees of ECA WA. ECA WA have implemented a program to recognise Hosts, Supervisors, Tradespersons, and employees who contribute and show a commitment to our vision.


L.A. Gilbert Electrical

L.A. Gilbert Electrical has received a NO HARM award for their commitment and contribution to our NO HARM vision.

They were recognised for their continual coaching and mentoring of EGT apprentices in the worksite hazard identification and risk assessment processes.

Brendan Craker (WHS Manager ECA WA); Luke Gilbert (Owner L.A. Gilbert Electrical; Gary Livett (Operations Manager EGT)


Johannes Rothman, 2nd year EGT apprentice

Johannes Rothman, a second-year apprentice hosted by Insight Electrical Technology, has also received a NO HARM award.

Brendan Craker (WHS Manager ECA WA); Johannes Rothman; Will Downes (EGT Field Officer) 

Johannes was recogised by the principal contractor for his safe behaviours as well as taking the initiative to setting up barricades without being requested to do so.


Bianca Vaz De Oliveira, 2nd year EGT apprentice

Bianca Vaz De Oliveira is a second-year apprentice who has received a NO HARM award for exhibiting behaviours aligned with our vision.


Biana Vaz De Oliveira, Carmelo Ierino (EGT Senior Field Officer)

Bianca is hosted by Fredon and is recognised by both Fredon and ECA WA for her contribution to ensuring a safe workplace is maintained for the work team. She has been recognised for her safety performance after moving to a new site. Her JHA’s were all filled out with great detail, and she has never needed to be reminded to fill it out or to wear her PPE.

We thank Bianca for her contribution to the NO HARM vision.

Partners and Affiliates

ECA WA is ending its agreement with NECA

The Service Level Agreement between ECA WA and NECA WA is ending on 30 June 2024. As a valued member, you may be wondering how this may affect you. As such, we have put together these short FAQs to help answer any questions you may have. If you have further queries, please do not hesitate to reach out to us.

Why are we ending our SLA with NECA?