Sharpen Your Skills With Education...
The Electrical Association has always offered and promoted education, throughout its history. This Fall, we offer a wide range of courses and meetings - even more than usual. Some are electrical, some are H&AC, some are both. Most promote safety. For a detailed list, click here.
Please take the time to look at the listings See if at least one of these opportunities can help you or your colleagues . And if there is some topic that you want to see taught in a course or meeting, let us know. Some of our best ideas come from your suggestions.
CODE CORNER ©
Volume 12, Number 37
By: Michal Hofkin,
Senior Electrical Inspector,
Middle Department Inspection Agency, Inc.
IECA, IAEI, EAP, NFPA, UL STP 719
Welcome back to the Code Corner! In this article the provisions for installing an optional standby generator will be explored. These installations are becoming more common and it is vital to understand the code requirements.
Article 702, Optional Standby Systems, is where one can find the information pertinent to these installations. Article 700, Emergency Systems, does NOT apply as an optional standby source is outside of the Scope of this Article. See Section 700.1. (click here to read full article.)
Focus on the Future
Monday, September 24, 2012
You are invited to attend Illuminate Philadelphia's Focus on the Future,
a lighting educational conference held on Monday, September 24, 2012 at the Philadelphia Loews Hotel sponsored by the IES Philadelphia Section. This one day conference will feature 12 AIA/IES CEU accredited seminars given by top lighting experts. Learn about LED technology, lighting and health, energy code updates, lighting case studies and more.