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NFPA creates new member section for electrical inspectors

Blog Post created by ryan.quinn Employee on Jun 29, 2018
Front row, left to right: Erik Hohengasser, Ryan Quinn, Dave Williams, Donny Cook, James Hathorn. Back row, left to right: Tim McClintock, Tim Mikloiche, Tom Moore, Mike Savage, David Humphrey, Jerry Daniel
NFPA is excited to announce its new Electrical Inspectors Member Section!
Over the last few years AHJs have been clear in describing the unique challenges they face with code enforcement, namely conducting inspections, accurately and consistently applying code requirements, and educating their constituents. As part of our commitment in listening to our stakeholders, NFPA has added a new membership section exclusively for electrical inspectors.
“As NFPA continues to create deeper connections with our stakeholders, we acknowledge the pivotal role that electrical inspectors play in the ecosystem of safety," says Ryan Quinn, NFPA's director of Membership and Subscription Services. "Ultimately, interacting with our stakeholders is at the core of everything we do at NFPA, and this is no different.” 
Membership sections bring stakeholders with common interests and challenges together by creating a community for collaboration, providing a forum to discuss opportunities and solutions, and supporting the development and application of effective codes and standards. This new Electrical Inspectors Section acknowledges the pivotal role that electrical inspectors play by providing information and resources enabling them to assure safe, electrical installations.  
This is an exciting opportunity for both existing and new members who are interested in shaping how the section and NFPA interacts with, empowers, and supports electrical inspectors globally. 
Admission Requirements
Membership in the Electrical Inspectors Section is open to any NFPA member who is directly employed by or contracted to a public agency that promulgates and/or enforces codes and standards and performs one or more of the following activities:
a. field electrical inspections 
b. electrical plans review
c. administers/supervises personnel performing field electrical inspections and/or plans review 
To become an NFPA Electrical Inspector Section member, please apply now. Not an NFPA member? Join today.

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