Electrical installations must be performed by someone who holds a certificate of qualification of the electrical construction trade issued by the Department of Labour and Workforce Development. Communication wiring installations must be completed by a holder of a certificate as a communications cabling specialist as issued by Department of Labour and Workforce Development. - www.nspower.ca
Legrand is the world specialist in products and systems for electrical installations and information networks, offering solutions for use in residential, commercial and industrial buildings.
Here in North America, Legrand is building upon a legacy of providing smart solutions to customer needs. For over a century, products like Wiremold raceway and Pass & Seymour wiring devices have served customers, installers and channel partners alike. - www.legrand.ca
International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI) has, since 1928, been a core leader in the electrical industry and has actively promoted safe products and safe installations. Active members and partners in the association include many diverse groups, including electrical inspectors, testing agencies, standards organizations, manufacturers, distributors, installers and contractors. - www.iaei.org
Efficiency Nova Scotia Corporation is a new independent organization responsible for helping Nova Scotians reduce their energy consumption and improve their energy efficiency at home and at work. It was established by legislation in late 2009.
Collectively, through large and small efforts, Nova Scotians have saved enough electricity since 2008 to power all the homes in Shelburne, Cumberland, Antigonish and Victoria counties combined for one year. That’s more than 30,000 homes. Or put another way, it’s enough electricity to power 6,500 small and medium sized businesses for a year. - www.efficiencyns.ca
We commit to achieve a positive occupational health and safety culture within the Nova Scotia construction industry through the provision of quality, accessible and affordable services. – www.nscsa.org