Tuesday, October 4, 2016
First Tuesday of every month
Cost to Attend:
Member Cost: Only $20.00
Non-Member Cost: $25.00
Join at the Meeting! Cost of membership recovered in about 1 year.
Includes a nice lunch!
(speical dietary requests accepted up to 7 days before Event)
Significant 2016 California Electrical Code Changes
(based on the 2014 CEC)
The Code can change and you can too! Ready for a change? Then come on down!
According to the National Fire Protection Association, there were 3,745 proposals submitted recommending changes for the 2014 National Electric Code.
That resulted in around 1000 changes.
From minor to massive, from time-switch to time-bomb, from readily-accessible to rapid shut-down, from the brand new to branding irons, we will cover them all!
Well…not really all of them...the Significant 2016 California Electrical Code Changes.
January 1st is the general date of adoption for all the cities and counties in California. We will be sharing changes from throughout the Code for the next several meetings. If you attend them all, not only will you collect lots of CEU points, but you will get to hear explanations for a large percentage of the changes.
These meetings are the LOWEST-COST Code change class you will find anywhere. To get the most out of it, suggest you bring the IAEI Analysis of the Changes (or a similar book), or bring the 2014 NEC or the 2016 CEC to follow along. Even if you don’t have the text we will go over major issues and answer questions as we go.
So bring questions, bring an appetite, and bring someone with you!
About the Presenter:
Scott Davis is the Education Chair for the Orange Empire Division of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors. Scott has worked for over 20 years as the Senior Electrical Systems Specialist for the City of Santa Ana Planning & Building Agency in Santa Ana, California. He has been employed as an electrical instructor with:
California State University, Fullerton
Adult Education Orange County Regional Occupational Program (ROP)
Associated Builders and Contractors of Southern California (ABC)
Bring questions! Bring opinions! Bring somebody!
Yes, CEUs for this event!!