Electri Report F3413
ECAA Edmonton Chapter Presidents Ball
NETCO 2018 Training Conference
CECA Strategic Planning Session
CECA joins the Canadian Federation of Independent Business Coalition for Small Business Tax Fairness
National Apprenticeship Conference Theme Partner AnnouncedAnnonce du partenaire du thème de la conférence nationale d’apprentissage/
WHMIS IS CHANGING
NTCCC FEDERAL PROMPT PAYMENT LEGISLATION
Promoting Careers in the Electrical Contracting Business through Student Chapter Engagement and Research on Energy Efficient Projects
Calling on Everyone in the Construction Industry - Show Your Support for Bill 69, the Prompt Payment Act
The Government of Canada has issued a Request for Proposals - Le gouvernement du Canada a lancé und demande de proposition
NECA POST- CONVENTION TOUR
Training Based on the Upcoming Z463 Guideline - Maintenance of Electrical Systems - Scheduled Across Canada
Tax Savings for Tradespersons
RECALL - Ceiling-mounted light fixtures
Building Information Modeling Training & Implementation Seminar/Webinar - March 7, 2012 - Toronto
Canadian Electrical Code 2012
You are invited to a free webinar
CSA 2012 Canadian Electrical Code Update Training
Wednesday, June 20, 2012
The 2012 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, contains over 180 updates and revisions – the most comprehensive set of changes ever. The 22nd edition features new and extensively updated sections applying to emerging technology, renewable energy sources including solar & wind, new requirements for electric vehicle charging, and much more. Now more than ever, it's imperative that you understand the key changes to the Code and how they will impact your ability to perform electrical installations in the safest and most cost effective manner while remaining in compliance to new or modified Code requirements as they're adopted into legislation by jurisdictions across Canada throughout 2012.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Understand new and revised sections, rules and updated requirements that affect electrical design, installation and safety.
- Learn about new installation and safety requirements pertaining to emerging technologies, including renewable energy and electric vehicle charging
- Understand the impact of new and updated Code changes on installation/calculation methods, including conductor ampacity, bonding & grounding requirements, and more
- Develop a plan for implementation requirements, staff development needs, and changes to workplace procedures and practices that may be required as a result of changes to the Code
Who Should Attend?
Who Should Attend?
For more information, please visit the CSA website or contact CSA at: