This webinar will provide a brief history of the origin and inspiration of the National Electrical Installation Standards, or NEIS. How NEIS are intended to be used in the electrical industry and the a concise look at ANSI accreditation and the processes that must be followed an accredited standards developer will be discussed. An important objective of this program is to help attendees understand what constitutes “Good Workmanship in Electrical Construction” which is the title of NECA’s flagship NEIS publication.
National Electrical Installation Standards (NEIS) are designed to help construction professionals across the industry ensure and evaluate a high-quality electrical construction. NEIS make great training guides, with clear illustrations for how electrical installations should appear and the correct steps to follow to reach those results. Contactors can help their customers and their employees understand the difference between a basic and a higher-quality installation of electrical equipment.
Sign up and receive a complementary PDF copy of NECA 1-2015, Standard for Good Workmanship in Electrical Construction (ANSI).
Michael Johnston, Executive Director, Standards and Safety
Aga Golriz, Director, Codes and Standards
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