Electrical Industry Newsweek and Canadian Electrical Wholesaler are published by Kerrwil with the support of The Electrical Council, Electro-Federation Canada.
Founded in May 1964 By J.W. Kerr, Jim Wilson, President of Canada Electric and James Wilson President of the Canadian Electrical Contractors Association, Kerrwil Publications Limited has grown into the oldest privately held publishing company in Canada.
Being a member of the industry first and publisher second has separated us from every competitor we have had. Leading the industry, challenging the status quo and building with a focused eye on the future is what has made Kerrwil a well-established and respected name in Canadian publishing community.
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DIRECTIONS FROM TORONTO
Take Highway 400 north from Toronto.
Take exit 121 Highway 93 to Penetanguishene.
Turn right at Yonge Street (30 km from Highway 400).
Turn left at First Street.
Turn left at Elizabeth Street.
The deadline to submit a nomination for this year’s R. H. (Hugh) Carroll Award, created in 1999 by the Electrical Contractors Association of Ontario, is April 28.
The award pays tribute to member firms who best exemplify the dedication and commitment to safety as demonstrated by R. H. (Hugh) Carroll through his years of service. Shown in photo, L-R: 2016 winner Ove Bakmand, President of Net Electric Limited, with ECAO First Vice-President Mark Lloyd and President Dan Lancia.
Inspection Results: Electrical Hazards Aren’t the Only Risks Electricians Face
In November and December 2016, Ontario Ministry of Labour inspectors conducted an enforcement blitz involving electrical and related hazards at construction sites. According to just released results, inspectors conducted 1,108 field visits to 998 workplaces, and issued 2,801 orders, including 173 stop work orders. The number of orders averaged 2.8 per visit. A breakdown of the results shows that electrical hazards are just some of the risks electrical workers face on construction sites.
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