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  • Electrical Third Edition Illustrated Code Series by Orderline
  • Industrial Electrical Pre-Exam Workbook Training Series by Orderline

 

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Electrical Third Edition Illustrated Code Series

Based on the Ontario Electrical Safety Code 26th Edition / 2015 Amendments and the Canadian Electrical Code 24th Edition 2018.

Understand the Code Rules in plain English with the aid of over 1300 detailed diagrams, charts and tables!

How to Use the Guide The guide provides explanations to help you understand Code regulations through illustrations that contain the following:

1) Diagram: a visual representation of the Electrical Code Rule. 2) Diagram labels: identify and explain the components of the diagram. 3) Commentary: additional explanatory text where necessary. 4) Electrical Code Reference: each illustration can be referenced to the Electrical Code Rule(s) in the title box. 5) The Trillium symbol: in the left hand margin next to the rule, represents an amendment that modifies the Canadian Electrical Code rule. This amendment is applicable in Ontario.

The Ontario Electrical Code and the Requirements of the Supply Authority are legal documents setting out the regulations for electrical design and installation. The guide is organized by Section as per the structure of the Electrical Code. Only the most commonly used or commonly misunderstood Rules have been addressed. Every effort has been made to ensure that all aspects of Rules are included in the illustrations.

 

Industrial Electrical Pre-Exam Workbook

Based on Canadian Electrical Code 2015.

The industrial electrician is required to apply their field experience in concert with the application of present-day Codes, Standards, and historical and state of the art industrial/commercial electrical/mechanical equipment. For this reason this manual covers not only the essentials of the 442A exam material but devotes considerable attention to the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Canadian Electrical Code requirements, as applied, to ensure safe electrical maintenance and installation practices.

 
The 442A is currently a voluntary qualification, typically applied in Commercial and Industrial facilities where a Ministry Qualified Industrial Electrician provides the Code required maintenance of the facilities' electrical systems.
 
Facility owners understand the need for qualified persons to perform tasks as regulated by Canadian Codes and Standards, thus reducing risk including high insurance premiums. With the demand growing for commercial/industrial facility management and the increased levels of governmental enforcement of the required maintenance, this is an excellent time to get qualified, recognized and achieves success in the commercial/industrial facility maintenance industry. Many Industrial Electricians expand their career potential and go on to become Master Electricians and Licensed Electrical Contractors. 

Electrical Third Edition Illustrated Code Series

Based on the Ontario Electrical Safety Code 26th Edition / 2015 Amendments and the Canadian Electrical Code 24th Edition 2018.

Understand the Code Rules in plain English with the aid of over 1300 detailed diagrams, charts and tables!

How to Use the Guide The guide provides explanations to help you understand Code regulations through illustrations that contain the following:

1) Diagram: a visual representation of the Electrical Code Rule. 2) Diagram labels: identify and explain the components of the diagram. 3) Commentary: additional explanatory text where necessary. 4) Electrical Code Reference: each illustration can be referenced to the Electrical Code Rule(s) in the title box. 5) The Trillium symbol: in the left hand margin next to the rule, represents an amendment that modifies the Canadian Electrical Code rule. This amendment is applicable in Ontario.

The Ontario Electrical Code and the Requirements of the Supply Authority are legal documents setting out the regulations for electrical design and installation. The guide is organized by Section as per the structure of the Electrical Code. Only the most commonly used or commonly misunderstood Rules have been addressed. Every effort has been made to ensure that all aspects of Rules are included in the illustrations.

 

Industrial Electrical Pre-Exam Workbook

Based on Canadian Electrical Code 2015.

The industrial electrician is required to apply their field experience in concert with the application of present-day Codes, Standards, and historical and state of the art industrial/commercial electrical/mechanical equipment. For this reason this manual covers not only the essentials of the 442A exam material but devotes considerable attention to the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the Canadian Electrical Code requirements, as applied, to ensure safe electrical maintenance and installation practices.

 
The 442A is currently a voluntary qualification, typically applied in Commercial and Industrial facilities where a Ministry Qualified Industrial Electrician provides the Code required maintenance of the facilities' electrical systems.
 
Facility owners understand the need for qualified persons to perform tasks as regulated by Canadian Codes and Standards, thus reducing risk including high insurance premiums. With the demand growing for commercial/industrial facility management and the increased levels of governmental enforcement of the required maintenance, this is an excellent time to get qualified, recognized and achieves success in the commercial/industrial facility maintenance industry. Many Industrial Electricians expand their career potential and go on to become Master Electricians and Licensed Electrical Contractors.