The Canadian Electrical Code Part I gives electrical utilities an exemption from the code for "installations and equipment in its exercise as a utility, located outdoors or in buildings or sections of buildings used for that purpose.”

The International Association of Electrical Inspectors is fortunate to have some outstanding leaders and workers within its membership.

Electrical inspectors demonstrate support of electrical manufacturers and feel they are an integral part of the team dedicated to providing an environment in which consumers can safely use electrical energy.

Canada’s 10 provinces and three territories are the legislated regulatory authorities for electrical safety in Canada.

Revisions made by CMP-1 on 110.26(F)(1) address the question of what can be installed in dedicated electrical space

Installations and inspections of corner-grounded systems can be a bit intimidating both to seasoned veterans and to students of the Code.