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Tim McClintock

Tim McClintock is the building official / electrical inspector for Wayne County, Ohio. McClintock is certified in the state of Ohio as an electrical safety inspector, electrical plan examiner and building official. He is also certified with the ICC as a commercial electrical inspector, electrical plan examiner and electrical code official. He is a past president of the Ohio Chapter and is currently the Western Section membership chair, Ohio Chapter secretary/treasurer and Akron Division president. McClintock represents the IAEI as principal member of NEC Code-making Panel 12.


IAEI Membership – A Value That Is Unmatched

The International Membership Committee held its annual meeting at IAEI International headquarters in November 2008. The primary purpose of the committee is to develop and implement plans for moving forward with improving membership and its associated benefits through IAEI. The committee provides members one of many important voices to the International Board of Directors, as voiced through the membership chairs and committees at the section, chapter and division levels.

What Price for Life? Code Adoption: Ohio’s Fight for Electrical Safety

The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) is the leading advocate of fire prevention and is an authoritative source on public safety.1 The National Electrical Code, one of the 300 codes and standards published by NFPA, is a true consensus based code process.

Enthusiastic Membership

IAEI has always played a strong leadership role in the electrical industry and continues to accomplish this goal by playing an active role in the code development process, providing first-class educational opportunities through seminars and publications, and by providing a medium through which inspectors, contractors, manufacturers, and any other parties interested in the electrical industry...

Case Study: ITE and Cancer Treatment: Cutting Edge Technology Working Together

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death in the United States. It is expected that about 1.4 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in 2007, according to the American Cancer Society’s Cancer Facts and Figures 2007.1 Due to advances in medical technology, however, trends in five-year relative survival have improved greatly from 50 percent in 1975 to 66 percent in 2002, according to the study.


Money tight?

Did you know that IAEI continues to work on your behalf to devise ways to save you money? Right on the home page of, there is a link to "Exciting New Member Benefits” that opens up a whole world of money savings opportunities right at our fingertips.
Blog posted 03/03/2010