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The Canadian Electrical Code, Part I is an integral part of the Canadian Electrical Safety System – a system made up critical standards and codes that help keep installers, workers, consumers and their families safe from harm. For decades, the CE Code Part I has helped effectively address the safe installation of electrical equipment and appliances. Learn about the role of the CE Code Part I in the Canadian Electrical Safety System – Download Whitepaper
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.
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Since its first publication in 1927 the Canadian Electrical Code has become a critical reference document and continues to serves as a foundational guide for safe electrical installation and maintenance procedures. Although it began as a voluntary standard, the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I has grown and is now referenced by the federal government through the Canadian Labor Code, The National Building Code of Canada , and by provincial, territorial and municipal jurisdictions across Canada.
The 2015 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I, marks the 23rd edition of the CE Code and will contain a number of significant updates and revisions. For more than 85 years it has helped to promote safe installation practices, providing the basis for regulation, addressing new technologies and establishing foundational knowledge – making it your comprehensive guide to safety when working with products certified to CEC Part II requirements.