August 06, 2012 Energy Air Share this post ORLANDO, FL (August 6, 2012) – Energy Air, Inc. received its new, updated experience modification rating, and we’re proud to announce the achievement of a low .77. This rating, which is well below the industry average of 1, was achieved with roughly 600,000 man hours worked on average per year. Simply speaking, the experience modification rating, often to referred to as a company’s mod rate, compares a company’s workers’ compensation claims experience to other employers of similar size operating in the same type of business. It is calculated by the National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI). In general, insurance carriers report a company’s class codes, payrolls and losses for the last five years to the calculating agency each year. The computing agency uses three complete years of data ending one year prior to the effective date of the rating period. Energy Air president, Chuck Kulp, believes this rating is a true testament to the hard work of Energy Air’s management and employees to make safety the number one priority on the company’s job sites. “In an industry with a much higher risk of incidents and injuries, we can contribute this stellar rating to our team’s commitment to safe work practices with our zero accident approach and extensive training program,” said Kulp. Learn more about Energy Air’s safety and training programs.