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City of Monterrey Park— Building Inspector
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Long Beach City College — Part-Time Electrical Instructor
The college is looking for instructors to teach Electrical Math, pre-algebra and trigonometry; residential, commercial and industrial code classes; cost estimating, high voltage electrical, dc or ac motors and transformers – lecture and lab classes. Electrical inspectors and installers are encouraged to apply. Apply today
Upcoming Meetings for 2018
Meetings are from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M.
May 16, 2018
Ventura City Hall
501 Poli Street
Ventura, CA 93001
Presentation: NRTL Field Evaluations: Requirements, labels and listings.
- Field Evaluation Body (FEB)
- Field Evaluations (FEs) An Inspector’s Point of View
- Documents used (most common)
- NFPA 790
- NFPA 791
- UL Standards
- IEEE Standards (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers)
- How does the process start?
- Who is notified during the following:
- AHJ inspection
- Engineer review (EOR)
- Each NRTL will detail their formal process following NFPA 791 (2018 Edition) and present their process of FEs from start to finish
- The five most common deficiencies identified by the AHJ that triggers an FE
- Communications between the NRTL and different AHJs
- When a piece of equipment requires an evaluation
Moderator/Presenter: Scott Humphrey, City of Chula Vista Electrical Inspector
Scott is presently a combination building inspector for the City of Chula Vista performing all aspects of construction inspection. Scott has been involved in the renewable energy sector since 2004, certified as an electrician since 1986 and served four years in the US Army. Scott has an extensive background in reviewing and approving 3rd party field evaluations for unlisted, non-labeled, or uncertified electrical equipment. Scott possesses 18 ICC and/or IAEI certifications for building inspections, is a certified Journeyman Electrician in the states of California and Washington and a voting member on several UL STP projects. Scott is also GE Six Sigma certified.
(Representatives from CSA, ETL, QPS, UL will also be present.)
July 18, 2018
City of Glendale
633 E Broadway MSB 105
Glendale, CA 91206
Presentation: Overview of Electrical Requirements in Other Codes
- Not all electrical requirements are contained in the California Electrical Code (Title 24, Part 3).
- There are electrical requirements throughout all of California Building Standards Code, Title 24 – including normal and emergency lighting, lighting controls, exiting, energy efficiency, plant oil extraction equipment, smoke and CO alarms, energy storage systems, and photovoltaics
- Learn about the various electrical requirements in other parts of Title 24. Both the 2016 California codes and their supplements will be covered
- Learn where to find information to help in the enforcement, including support resources.
John Taecker, UL
John Taecker has worked for UL for over 30 years. He has a BS in Mechanical Engineering from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and is a California Registered Professional Engineer in Safety Engineering. He serves on various building, mechanical, plumbing and electrical model code development committees, and actively participates in all levels of the code development process for ICC and IAPMO. He is a nationally recognized speaker on electrical, building, mechanical, and plumbing products and installations. He serves on the IAEI Southwestern Section Board of Directors, and is an Inspector Member of the International Association of Electrical Inspectors (IAEI), and a Professional Member of the International Code Council (ICC) and the International Association of Plumbing and Mechanical Officials (IAPMO).
Mike Stone, NEMA
Mike is the NEMA West Coast Field Representative since August 2012. He is the alternate member representing NEMA on Code Making Panel 1 for the 2017 National Electrical Code. He also serves as Vice Chair of the Plumbing, Electrical, Mechanical and Energy Code Advisory Committee for the CA Building Standards Commission. Prior to his tenure with NEMA, he worked for over 25 years in California building departments at the County of Monterey and the Cities of Monterey, Salinas and, most recently, as Building Official for the City of Watsonville. He holds seven ICC Certifications and is a Certified Access Specialist (CASp). He has taught code classes at several CA Community Colleges and has been an IBEW electrical apprenticeship instructor. Mike is a member of ICC, IAEI, IBEW and NFPA, and is a Certified General Electrician in the State of California.
September 19, 2018
Los Angeles County of Public Works
900 S. Fremont Avenue (Room C)
Alhambra, CA 91803
November 14, 2018 - 2nd Wednesday (changed from 3rd Wednesday due to the day before Thanksgiving):