Reaching the Summit

Keeping an association active is rather like climbing a mountain. The first slopes are easy, almost like walking, but as time passes the foothills...

Importance of Safety

The misuse of electrical energy can be dangerous to both people and property. Electrical equipment and systems installed, used, and maintained correctly have a...

Electrical Safety Month

Since the establishment of IAEI in 1928, we have been committed to keeping the public safe from electrical hazards by providing expert and unbiased...

IAEI Gives Back

It is without question; IAEI has a big heart and cares hugely for those who have and continue to contribute to the success of...

Section Meetings: August 21 through October 12

Holy Mackerel! It seems like only a few months ago that we attended the IAEI Section meetings. Where does the time go? As we prepare...

10 Reasons you can’t afford to miss the 2017 Section Meetings

The saying is: “The older one becomes, the more time speeds up.”  That appears to be the case as it seems like yesterday that...

A Vote for the Future

A hearty thanks to IAEI members. The proposed change in the IAEI Articles of Association that included an increase in membership dues received a...

Measuring Good Judgment

To quote Will Rogers, "Well, all I know is just what I read in the papers…” While I was reading a Sunday edition of...

The 2002 National Electrical Code

Work on the 2002 National Electrical Code has been completed. Those using the NEC will find a significant difference in the new edition. It...

Point in Time: THE TRADES ARE NOT FALLBACK CAREERS

In January 2017, I had the privilege of being the keynote speaker at the Chicago Safety & Sustainability Conference held in Rosemont, Illinois. My...