On July 30, 2018, OSHA published a proposed rulemaking to revise the electronic injury and illness reporting regulation originally issued by the Obama administration...
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Make your plans to attend “College Night” on Thursday, September 20, during the IEC Convention and Expo in Indianapolis...
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Late June, the United States Supreme ruled that it’s unconstitutional for the government to require public-sector employees to pay union dues...
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As you may recall, Sen. Bernie Sanders’s (I-VT) and Rep. Mark Pocan (D-WI) recently introduced a labor law reform bill, known as the Workplace Democracy Act, that included almost every desired reform on the unions wish list...
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Prior to the Independence Day recess, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor and Pensions unanimously approved via voice vote a bill reauthorizing the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act...
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Yesterday, IEC participated in the first event of the bipartisan Apprenticeship Caucus on Capitol Hill...
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Electrical safety continues to dominate industry conversations as professionals across the country seek opportunities to improve their understanding of current safety trends and brush up on best practices for ensuring safety in both the products they purchase and their installation...
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The Independent Electrical Contractors Foundation recently awarded grants to support the future growth and training of electrical apprentices...
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IEC has formed a strategic partnership with leading business product supplier Office Sensei to bring you a new and improved IEC Pride Store...
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The single-line diagram (SLD) is an essential tool for the electrical professional that all too often gets overlooked at the end of the project. Budgets get spent on many things and it may be easy for someone, who doesn’t understand the importance of this document for electrical safety, to put off updating the single-line diagrams. This could be an opportunity for the electrical contractor to own and maintain this valuable resource. The challenge is conveying the value proposition to the right people to ensure the money is in the budget to fund the maintenance of this document. Let’s take time here to help build the safety case for supporting the single-line diagram.
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