Canadian Electrical Industry News Week

EIN Petersen Legend 400Legend Power Systems is an innovative Canadian company headquartered out of Vancouver, B.C. Their flagship product, SmartGATE, is a power management solution that analyses and auto-corrects building power challenges while improving energy efficiency.

 

 

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Founded in 1942, Franklin Empire is Canada’s largest independent electrical distributor.

 

 

 

EIN Foster YPN 400Nick Foster is Territory Manager, New Brunswick & P.E.I for Leviton. Foster was recently appointed as the Atlantic Regional Chair for Electro-Federation Canada’s (EFC) Young Professional Network (YPN).

 

 

EIN Matt M Ideal 400

Held from November 7th to 9th in Orlando, Florida and aired on ESPN 2, the Ideal National Championships give electricians a chance to display their skills in a high-level competition.

 

 

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Headquartered in Vancouver, Legend Power Systems is a global onsite energy management technology company. They help buildings to overcome grid volatility challenges common to utilities around the world.

 

 

LDS EiKO Lee 400

LDS caught up with General Manager of EiKO’s Canadian division, Stephen Lee who was kind enough to take some time out of his busy schedule to share his perspective on the industry.

 

 

EIN Zach A Ideal 400“I had an awesome time, it was a lot of fun,” said Zach Agombar, who competed his way to 8th place in the Apprentice division of the Ideal National Championship.

 

 

EIN Ideal TrueNorth 400Held from November 7th to 9th in Orlando, Florida, and recently aired on ESPN 2, the Ideal National Championships gives electricians a chance to display their skills in a high-level competition.

 

 

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Panel Upgrade Experts is an electrical contracting company started seven years ago by Paul Hannania.

 

 

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Chad Alexander is a Branch Manager with Contact Automation, which provides automation integration and control services for the Oil & Gas industry throughout Western Canada and Northwestern United States.

 

 

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Stay Wired to Win is a monthly at-home challenge designed to keep your competitive spark going ...
Join the Electrical Contractors Association of Ontario (ECAO) for a live webinar on July 7 at 2:00 ...
Following the latest COVID-19 announcements from the Ontario Government, ESA has decided to ...
Introducing Stay Wired to Win – a series of monthly at-home challenges designed to keep your ...
ESA’s response team has been working diligently to address the emerging issues. We are moving into ...
This recall involves Legrand / Pass & Seymour commercial-grade tamper resistant duplex ...
In response to the current COVID-19 crisis, IDEAL Canada was looking for ways to contribute to the ...
Join Nexans for a free webinar as Isaac Müller, Applications Engineer for Nexans discusses this ...
IDEAL INDUSTRIES has made the difficult but necessary decision to cancel the original ...
The Regional Electrical Inspector performs physical inspections on all types of electrical ...

 

WestburneMany contractors prefer to deal with the people that they know, in their local branch. When doing a job out of town, it’s often inconvenient or simply impossible to return to your home branch to pick up material orders for the next day, within standard business hours.

Westburne’s new locker solution extends the branch’s pick up times to 24 hours, 7 days a week.

 

 

 


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It is very scary to realize that our entire world has changed so drastically with the COVID-19 ...
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EmployeesBy Terry Becker

All electrical incidents are preventable! Keep employees safe with an up-to-date electrical safety program and complimentary training.

“Employees don’t do what you expect, they do what you inspect!” This is a great quote when it comes down to occupational health and safety. The need for ensuring that an audit is a key component of your overall occupational health and safety management system and your company’s electrical safety program is essential.

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Michelle BraniganBy Michelle Branigan

Student workers may make up a relatively small portion of the sector workforce, but their impact is substantial. EHRC’s Empowering Futures wage subsidy program has placed 510 students, contributing $14.8 million to the Canadian economy (and counting). That’s no small figure, especially considering that many placements are only a few months long.

In challenging economic times, the tendency might be to pull back on initiatives not deemed essential to operating — why take a chance on an inexperienced employee for only a short time when resources are already stretched?

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Product News

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Engineered to provide customers with portable task-specific lighting in hazardous industrial ...
HPS is now offering three phase general purpose and k-rated transformers for solar applications ...
The EVduty from Elmec Inc. is a level 2 charging station for electric vehicles. It lets you ...
Smart, Accessible, and Easy-to-use, Noodoe EV Stands Out Against Other EV Chargers with its ...
Littelfuse have expanded its DCN Series of high voltage direct current (DC) contactors.   ...
The Pull-handle Butterfly Valve Lockout. Its simple, fold-over design effectively lockspull handles ...
LEDVANCE is launching, on July 2020, SYLVANIA SubstiTUBE PS Natural LED T8 Lamps and ...
Luminis has improved and expanded its Maya family of exterior luminaires. Improvements in design ...
A new 8” diameter size has been added to the 12” and 16” existing diameters. The translucent white ...
Universal’s EVERLINE® Vapor Tight is ideal for unforgiving lighting environments. These durable LED ...

 

Brady Pull-Handle Butterfly Valve LockoutThe Pull-handle Butterfly Valve Lockout. Its simple, fold-over design effectively lockspull handles in any desired position. And, it holds up to four padlocks for added safety. No matter what industry you’re in, this versatile, one-piece lockout device bolsters your safety lockout solution. And that’s a welcome addition to any lockout program. With this device you’ll also get:

  • A great fit – exclusive, anti-pivot lockout device that fits a variety of pull handle butterfly valve sizes

 

 

 

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Shannon TymoskoBy Blake Marchand

Shannon Tymosko is a first-year apprentice with IBEW (International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers) Local 105, something she undertook after 10 years working her way up the ranks of a payday loan company.

“One of the things I love, working in the trades, is you can see your progress and you can see at the end of the day the work that you have done.

 

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