Virtual Tech Talk: The Top Three Overlooked Non-Compliances – Oct 26

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October 6, 2022

Join us on Wednesday, October 26th for an informative session on electrical safety!

This webinar will cover the top three overlooked non-compliances in the electrical industry:

  1. 2-024 Approved equipment
  2. 8-200 Load calculations and IB-EL 2014-01
  3. Fault Current calculations and requirements.

The webinar will conclude with a short question and answer session.

Date & Time:

Wednesday, October 26th, 2022
3:00pm – 4:30pm PT

Price:

ECABC Members: Free
ECABC Non-Members: $25 + GST

Speaker: Mark Stevens, Electrical Safety Officer

Mark has over 40 years experience in the electrical trade with 11 years of teaching experience. He is a Technical Safety BC-recognized instructor. His knowledge and experience in the electrical field has made him highly regarded by his students.

Mark is currently working as an Electrical Safety Officer.

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