Greetings from the road, friends:

As you're reading this, I'm rambling the highways between home and Colorado. Every year, I like to stretch my legs and roam wherever the road leads me - looking for Interruptions, Introductions and Invitations. I'll be sharing more about that later.

If you haven't already, I encourage you to follow us on Instagram and Facebook. I'll be sharing more Ramblings from the Road there and hope you'll choose to join me as I continue to share my heart and our vision for the future of PHCC of Washington.

Stay safe!

Todd Allred

PHCC of Washington Executive Director

Note from our PHCC WA Executive Director 

New look. Easier for members to use! 

Local Board Member Jason Pritchard running for PHCC National Vice President

PHCC of Washington board member Jason Pritchard is running for PHCC-National Vice President. Jason is the co-owner of PriCor Technologies and has served on the PHCCWA board of directors for seven years and is its past president. Jason also serves as the National Zone 3 Director representing Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming.

Learn more about PHCC and our dedication to the advancement and education of the plumbing and HVACR industry for the health, safety, and comfort of society and the protection of the environment.

Click Here to Learn More

PHCC of Washington Networking Opportunities

Make sure to check our social for photos of our fun and be sure to join us next year!

If you would like to see your business highlighted through raffle items at our SOLD OUT golf tournament, please contact [email protected] or  253.250.1149 

Events Not To Miss

Plan to attend the p-h-c industry’s premier event, PHCCCONNECT2023, October 25-27 at the Huntington Convention Center, where you can learn, share and CONNECT!

Experience top-tier education at our sessions, the latest technological advances at our Product & Technology Showcase and face-to-face interactions with fellow business owners throughout the event. 

Learn More Here

Federated Insurance: Risk Management Corner

What Can You Do to Help Prevent Workplace Injuries and Accidents?

Operating a successful business carries a lot of responsibility. Understanding and reviewing common risks with your employees can go a long way in preventing accidents, controlling losses, and protecting profits to lead to a safer, healthier work environment.


As an employer, you have a responsibility to help keep your employees safe. Take action now by: 

  • Posting OSHA and safe work reminders in places employees will see them
  • Providing regular safety training
  • Delegating a risk manager
  • Implementing and regularly updating written safety programs
  • Maintaining accurate records of work-related injuries and illnesses
  • Supplying proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) 
  • Informing of potential jobsite hazards through labels, alarms, and information sheets

The least expensive workers compensation claim is one that never occurs. Reach out to your local Federated® marketing representative today for more information.


Read more and download the July 2023 Risk Management Corner PDF Article

How Are We Doing?

Your feedback is valuable to us! 

Please send an email to [email protected] with suggestions or feedback on what you would like to see for programs or opportunities from PHCC WA. 

Thank you!

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