The Wisconsin Chapter of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors welcomes you to our new website. Here you will find everything you will need to know regarding our chapter, members, and the electrical industry.
2018 Winter Code Updates
Wisconsin’s regional inspector associations, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Department of Safety & Professional Services, Industry Services Division, are offering training sessions in early 2018 about Wisconsin’s Electrical Code, Uniform Dwelling Code, Plumbing Code and Commercial Building Code. These courses can provide continuing education credits for Industry Services administered inspection and DCQ credentials. Fire inspectors, designers, contractors, and others with an interest in Wisconsin's codes may also benefit from the programs.
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City of Superior Building Inspector (Job Opening)
The City of Superior, WI is seeking a Building Inspector. An Inspector performs residential and/or commercial building inspection activities. Work is performed under the supervision of the Chief Building Inspector. The Inspector is a multi-classification position (I, II, III) with responsibilities and compensation commensurate with State of Wisconsin Certification level and experience. View more Information (doc)
New Q&A from Fall 2015 Seminars
Download Code Panel Questions and Answers from Fall 2015 Training
Wisconsin Electrical Advisory Committee
The Wisconsin Electrical Code Advisory Committee has met in September and Congratulations to Bill Neitzel, Inspector for the City of Madison for being elected chairman. The committee will be looking into the rules for Statewide Electrical Inspections as well as putting forward a revised SPS 316. It looks like we will be going direct to the 2017 edition of the NEC and hope to have adoption by fall of 2017. Anyone with comments or suggestions on items for the new SPS 316 code changes should contact the committee or Bill (BFNeitzel@gmail.com).”
+ 2014-08-06 Emergency Rule Registered Master Electricians
+ New Licensing Law
+ Electrical and Lighting Program - Q&A from Winter Updates
9/29/2014 Wisconsin slows updates of building and safety codes
Critics say anti-regulatory bent is driving state’s failure to address potential hazards and adopt money-saving advances. Read more