August Issue 2006

 


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| August 2006
There are a limited number and amount of chemicals that electricians use to perform their work. Wire lubricants, contact cleaners, etc., are used in sparing quantities.

| August 2006
“There are millions of dollars at stake for our guys, and the industry could benefit greatly from the work it would give us and the guys off the bench,” said Glenn Kingsbury,

| August 2006
It’s hard to believe that electrical contractors still carry the “installer of product” stigma—especially when an ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR report indicates that design/build proj

| August 2006
Apprentices entering the Joint Apprenticeship and Training Committee (JATC) Local 26 in Lanham, Md., will be enrolling in the best kind of training available, according to JAT

| August 2006
As defined and discussed in the web-based Wikipedia “competence is a standardized requirement for an individual to properly perform a specific job.

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