Temporary Construction Power – Anything Goes?

Session Type: Pre Convention Workshop


Room Number: 204C

Available Dates & Times


This course provides valuable information about efficient and safe designs and installations of temporary construction power. The program reviews the requirements in the OSHA Regulations and the National Electrical Code. Learn about effective methods to integrate electrical safety into any temporary power installation. Attendees receive a copy of NECA 200 Installing and Maintaining Temporary Construction Power.

Fee $150


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    James T. Dollard Jr.

    Jim Dollard is Safety Coordinator for the Philadelphia Electrical JATC. He is a master on OSHA 500 Instructor and works closely with the Penn-Del-Jersey NECA Chapter towards safe working conditions on all jobs. As a member of the NEC, TCC, CMP-10, CMP-13, NFPA 70E, NFPA 90A and the UL Electrical Council, Jim plays a significant role in the development of electrical standards. Jim is the author of the NJATC Codeology textbook, the 2008 NJATC NEC Significant Changes and Co-author of the 2011 NJATC NEC Significant Changes. His excellent presentation skills, knowledge of the electrical industry, extensive background in the electrical construction field, involvement in electrical safety and codes/standards allows Jim to make the most complex requirements seem easy to understand and apply.