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Whether you're a contractor, installer, designer or manufacturer, it's your responsibility to ensure that you follow the most up-to-date safe electrical installation requirements. The 2012 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, builds on an 80-year legacy as a key component of the Canadian electrical safety system.
The 22nd edition of the CE Code contains over 180 updates and revisions – the most comprehensive set of changes ever. New and extensively updated sections apply to emerging technology, renewable energy sources including solar & wind, new requirements for electric vehicles, and more.
In addition to ensuring your company and its workers are following the most up-to-date electrical installation requirements to help reduce risk and improve safety, the extensive updates and revisions to the 2012 Canadian Electrical Code can also positively benefit your specific business, regardless of industry:
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|An Electrical Contractor|| Revisions made to the ampacity tables and ampacity calculation methods |
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|Choose the right sizing of conductors to avoid costly mistakes in either over sizing or under sizing of conductors|| C22.6 – Electrical Inspection Code for Existing Residential Occupancies |
ESAT Canadian Electrician C of Q Practice Tool - 2012
|A HVAC Contractor|| New requirements to facilitate maintenance of roof top equipment |
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|Enhance worker safety during equipment maintenance, repair or installation|| B149 – Propane and Natural Gas Installation Code |
C448 – Design and Installation of Earth Energy Systems
|In the Health Care Sector|| Changes to wiring methods in patient care areas and for emergency power supply, exit signs, and life safety systems |
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|Ensure electrical installations in your facility comply with the latest requirements|| Z32 – Essential Electrical Systems in Health Care Facilities |
Z8000 – Canadian Health Care Facilities
|A Manufacturer|| New cable types, wiring devices and other electrical products |
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|Maintain your competitive advantage by being aware of new products that are recognized and/or mandated by the Code|| C282 – Emergency Electrical Power Supply for Buildings |
Z142 – Code For Power Press Operation: Health, Safety and Safeguarding Requirements
|In the Oil/Gas/Mining Field|| Updates and changes related to hazardous locations including sealing of cables and equipment protection levels |
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|Mitigate risks and enhance overall workplace safety|| M421 – Use of Electricity in Mines |
Z1006 – Management of Work in Confined Spaces
| A Property Management |
| New requirements for Electric Vehicle charging and child care facilities |
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|Boost occupant confidence as well as enhance overall safety by accommodating emerging technologies into facility operations, repairs and renovations|| C282 – Emergency Electrical Power Supply for Buildings |
C22.6 – Electrical Inspection Code for Existing Residential Occupancies
Whether you are an engineer, educator, or front-line electrician, CSA Group Learning Institute offers industry recognized training based on the 2012 Canadian Electrical Code Part I, to suit your specific needs. Instructor-led or on-site training options available.
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Did you know it is employer's responsibility to prove due diligence when questioned about workplace electrical safety? The second edition of CSA Z462 – Workplace Electrical Safety – is available now. Protect your workers and your business.
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