2017 National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) Seminar
"The National Electrical Safety Code® (NESC®) was introduced in 1914 — the product of a congressional mandate for the National Bureau of Standards (NBS) to investigate the hazards of electrical work, contemporary engineering theory and generally accepted good industry practice. Over decades, the Code has emerged as a foundational element in the culture of safety that has grown up around the business of installing, operating and maintaining both underground and overhead electric supply and communication lines, as well as conductors and equipment in electric supply stations. Utilities, their employees, contractors and manufacturers — as well as telephone companies, cable TV providers, railways and other organizations in the exercise of functioning as a utility — look to the NESC for practical safeguarding guidelines. IEEE’s National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) is also known as American National Standard C2. It is a consensus standard that has been prepared by the National Electrical Safety Code Committee under procedures approved by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
The membership of the NESC Committee is composed of national organizations and is certified by ANSI as having an appropriate balance of the interests of members of the public, utility workers, regulatory agencies, and the various types of private and public utilities. Utility regulators in the US and more than 100 nations use the Code at least in part." - IEEE
Please join us in January 2017 as we go over the updates that have been made since the 2012 Edition of the NESC.
When: Friday, January 27, 2017, 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Glen Allen, VA 23060
Facilitator: PowerServices, Inc.
Hotels: Please refer to the 2017 Preferred Hotel Directory for discounted guest room rates negotiated by the Association. Many hotels offer a complimentary breakfast to overnight guests. When making your reservation, please refer to the booking code in order to receive the best possible rate.
Meals: A catered lunch will be provided and snacks and beverages will be offered throughout the day.
2017 NESC Book: You may find it helpful to bring your 2017 NESC hard copy book with you to the training. If you do not have a 2017 Edition, you may order a copy from IEEE.
Registration Fees will be billed following the seminar and will be based on the number of attendees.
- Member Registration Fee: $450 per person (18 attendee minimum)
- Non-Member Registration Fee: $500 per person (18 attendee minimum)
Registration Deadline: Wednesday, January 11, 2017
This class is now full. Please call Brandon Burton (804) 968-7153 if you would like to be added to the waiting list.