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Rob Forister

Rob Forister is an IAEI-certified electrical inspector for Sheridan, Wyoming. He carries a state of Wyoming master electrician license. He represented the IAEI as an alternate member of CMP-12 for the 2005 cycle.


Inspecting Elevator Power Wiring

Every year they are involved in accidents that kill thirty people and seriously injure seventeen thousand.1 Before you let that statistic scare you into using another route, remember that you are fifty times more likely to get hurt taking the stairs. Also, half of these deaths involve people who are working on elevators.2 Falls or being caught by the moving parts of elevators causes most of these deaths. Article 620 of the National Electrical Code has evolved through the years in an effort to prevent these injuries.