The Roger Williams Chapter of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors welcomes you to our website. Here you will find everything you will need to know regarding our chapter, members, and the electrical industry.

Meeting Information

General Meetings for the northern part of the State are held at Venus de Milo, 75 Grand Army Highway (Route 6), Swansea, MA at 6:30 PM on the last Wednesday of the month. Our next Venus de Milo general meeting will be happening in November 2018.

Secondary general meetings for the southern part of the State (South County) will be held at Gregg’s Restaurant, 4120 Quaker Lane, North Kingstown, RI at 6:00 PM. Starting in September 2018, meetings will be held on the third Wednesday of the month. (Call to confirm.)

Legislation – Rhode Island

House Bill H 7773 and its sister Bill in the Senate S 2591 which would have allowed our electrical code to be adopted in a more timely fashion were both pulled from the General Assembly do to last minute language that was added and not agreed upon by some of the Roger Williams Chapter Board members. 

For Further info call 

Lou Petrucci
401.644.3525

May 2017, Electrical Expo

EXPO is nothing more than a fantastic memory. With over 60 Vendors and 300 + attendees it was a great success. As you can tell by the pictures the Vendors and attendees had a great time. Our once every three year event was a success.

+ View Pictures from Expo


January 2018 Officer Installations

The January General Meeting included the installation of our 2018 Offices.

2018 Roger Williams Chapter Officers
L to R Steve Antonson, 2nd Vice President, Mike Medeirous, 1st Vice President, Robert Raimbeault, Secretary/Treasurer & Lou Petrucci, President. Welcome your new Offices. 

Steve Antonson

Our Section Delegate for 2018 is Steve Antonson.

These are the people that will steer our organization into the future.

IAEI Roger Williams Chapter

+ Home

+ 2017 EXPO

+ Area Inspectors

We cover the state of Rhode Island and Bristol County, Massachusetts

Contact Information

President: Lou Petrucci
PO Box 9387
Providence, RI 02940
Phone: 401.644.3525 

Secretary/Treasurer: Bob Raimbeault 

Membership: Rick Green 

Education: David Tavares 

Minutes

November 2018 (PDF)

Oct 2018 (PDF)

Legislation

Massachusetts


The following Bills were introduced at the Massachusetts State House and/or heard in their perspective committee. As of this date none of them have had any action.

HB136 – Requires learners or apprentices employed by a journeyman electrician to be registered with the Division of Apprentice Training.

HB147 – Relative to the performance of electrical work by single family owners.

HB155 – Legislation to establish the wiring inspector education trust fund.

SB172 – An act relative to the inclusion of online courses in mandatory continuing education.

SB161 – An act strengthening the enforcement of certain licenses.

SB158 – An act relative to preventing discrimination on certain boards of registration.                                                                                                                                                                         


Rhode Island

House Bill 2018—H7773 Will do, when passed into law what many of us in the industry have been wanting for many years. When passed into law this Bill will force the Building Commission to put the latest edition of the NEC into law as of January 1st of the year it is dated. This will stop any confusion for the adoption of our code. The bill has been placed in the House Corporation Committee. An announcement of a hearing on it will be posted as soon as available. 

 

Update 4/19/2018

 

House Bill H-7773

 

            Our adoption of the NEC Bill has been heard and received with great enthusiasm in the Corporation Committee. The bill will be amended with the following:

 

                        Regulatory analysis – Add (c) All Building and Fire Codes are exempt.

 

            As many of you know the holdup of the adoption of the 2017 is due to the fiscal Impact study now in place on all regulations. This amendment will keep all building codes out of these studies in the future.

 

            We will keep you informed of its progress. Keep in touch with your elected officials.

 

See attached