In July 1, 2000, UL introduced a significant enhancement to the way it develops and maintains UL Standards for Safety.
New Jersey’s rehab code is the nation’s first set of rules written just for older buildings, and it’s bringing developers back to cities by providing sensible standards and predictable costs for renovations,
The Miami-Dade County [Florida] Building Code and Product Review Committee became the first governmental entity in the country to accept NECA’s National Electrical Installation Standards™ for regulatory use
A question has been asked as tow hat the IAEI policy is on endorsing or promoting electrical products. It is a fair question.
Contributions for completing the permanent training facility at the International Office have doubled since the last issue of IAEI News, covering more than a third of the expected costs.
Mexican electrical inspectors must now comply with accreditation, much the same as the ISO 9000.