Originally Posted By: Joe Tedesco
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The Electric West Exposition & Conference
February 2-4, 2004
Las Vegas Convention Center, NV
Conference Session, Tuesday, February 3, 2004
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM Session 204 - 3 HOURS
Code Violations 2004
This session will cover the subject of electrical inspection of premises wiring systems, presented in a clear, understandable manner.
You will learn about inspection procedures and requirements as they relate to the National Electrical Code?.
A review of electrical requirements found in product standards will also be covered, as well as inspection procedures for industrial, commercial and residential systems.
Rules to minimize the risk of electricity as a source of electric shock and as an ignition source of fires and explosions will also be discussed.
NEC Forum Salt Lake City, Utah May 23, 2004 (SU11)
Lack of Maintenance and Unqualified Persons?Their Impact on Electrical Installations
Time: 8:00 ? 9:30 am
Instructor: Joe Tedesco, National Technology Transfer, Inc.
Proper maintenance of electrical installations is a key component of ongoing compliance with the NEC.
Modifications to a premises wiring system by unqualified personnel may also impact an initially compliant installation.
Rules to minimize the risk of electric shock and electricity as an ignition source of fires and explosions will also be discussed.
Electric Show East May 25-27, 2004
Presentation on the New 2005 NEC
My presentations are available at your meetings too!
I promise to keep you awake, when I talk about the Code!
Anyone who wants to send me images for these shows will be recognized as a Member of NACHI.
I am looking for the Very Best!!
Gabe Wiggins, AHI "A Home Inspector, Inc.", sent me a CD with some real interesting shots, thanks Gabe!