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Nino Mancini

Nino Mancini, P. Eng., is manager, engineering in the Engineering Quality Assurance (EQA) division of CSA International. Mr. Mancini has been an employee of CSA International for 30 years, working in product certification for the majority of his career. Currently he is serving as a member of Panel 11 of NFPA 70, as well as on numerous sections of the Canadian Electrical Code (CEC).


The Sum of Their Parts – Why Component Acceptance Makes Good Business Sense

In today’s tough economic conditions, with shorter production cycles and pressure on margins, manufacturers are looking for ways to build safe products faster and smarter. Regulations often require that products meet certain electrical standards, such as UL standards or the National Electrical Code. When products have been certified to meet these standards, they are typically identified with a mark applicable for that market, such as the CSA US mark for the U.S. or the CSA mark for Canada.