NDA sets the agenda

07 February 2020

The National Demolition Association (NDA) of the USA has announced its 2020 National Policy Agenda, a comprehensive advocacy document outlining priorities that will strengthen the demolition industry and stimulate job growth across the US economy.

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The National Policy Agenda covers eight areas including workplace safety and health

The 2020 NDA National Policy Agenda is divided into eight different policy areas:

  • Workplace Safety and Health
  • Labour and Human Resources
  • Tax Policy
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Healthcare
  • Disaster Response
  • Procurement Transparency and Fairness
  • Trade.

“It is our hope that Congress and President Trump’s administration pursue policies which ensure workforce safety, sustain economic growth, and further environmental stewardship,” said NDA president Chris Godek.

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NDA president Chris Godek said the agenda will help policy makers build economic success

“This agenda clearly defines the demolition industry’s positions and will help policy makers craft effective solutions to safety and health, the environment and ensure a robust business climate.

“The NDA members are business owners in the community and are actively aiding our country’s economic growth. We are ready to work with lawmakers and regulators to ensure economic success for years to come.”

The NDA is no-profit trade organisation representing around 500 US and Canadian demolition and general contractors as well as many international firms involved in demolition.

For more details, including the Demolition Austin convention and expo taking place later this month, please visit www.demolitionassociation.com

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