Welcome to the
International Association of Electrical Inspectors
2011 Code Change Seminar
9322 Centreville Rd.
This program is a comprehensive outline of the top code changes affecting the contracting community presented in a power point format.
Haywood Kines - Electrical Plans Reviewer - Prince William County
Dean Fortney - Construction Inspector Supervisor - Fairfax County
This class is approved by DPOR for Tradesman Training Certification and provides the required 3 hours of training.
Payments and registration can be made at the Door at 8:00 AM
Make Check Payable to: I.A.E.I. Virginia Chapter
Virginia Chapter Move Back to Two-Day Event A Success
The Virginia Chapter's 80th Annual Meeting in Richmond, VA at the Hilton Garden Inn on June 26-28, 2016 was very well attended and the move back to a 2-day event was successful.
The meeting covered questions critical to performing electrical inspections answered by a panel of nationally ecognized experts. We met and discussed code issues with current and past Code Making Panel members. We also found out how other jurisdictions around the State and beyond are addressing specific code requirements.
Presented to you by the Virginia Chapter International Association of Electrical Inspectors.
For the past Eleven Years the Governors of Virginia have designated May as "Electrical Safety Month".
View the Governor's proclamation here and for some tips to keep you and your family safe from accidents that can arise from electrical products from age, damage or misuse.
Combination Arc Fault Protection and Ground Fault Protection in one device.
The Board for Contractors votes to
Congratulations to the Board for a well thought out decision. After seeing nearly all the trade organizations in the Commonwealth, both public and private, come together to proclaim the importance and value of continuing education for tradesmen, the Board voted on Tuesday December 17, 2013 to continue the CEU requirements that have been in place the last six plus years.
The Board should be commended for being receptive to the input of the construction and building community.
Ceiling Mounted Light Fixtures Recalled by Thomas Lighting Due to Fire and Shock Hazards
WASHINGTON, D.C. - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled consumer product.