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Engineering barrier fails, shocks Bruce Site B electrical worker

The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission reports an electrical worker on the non-radiological side of the Bruce Power B received an electrical shock and was taken to hospital.

SaskPower supervisor fined $28,000 for Wakaw workplace fatality

Following a workplace fatality, Kelvin Rowlett—a supervisor with SaskPower—was found guilty of two counts under The Saskatchewan Employment Act in Melfort Provincial Court, and fined $28,000.

Canada’s electrical industry has the “Power to Build”

“All of our members can supply every electrical need that is required by Habitat for Humanity,” notes Techspan’s Frank Dunnigan, as he chatted about Canada’s electrical industry having the “Power to Build” ... that’s the new campaign Electro-Federation Canada is rolling out with Habitat for Humanity Canada.

REVIEW: Brother P-touch PT-E550W hand-held labelling tool

We asked Vickery Electric to trial the Brother P-touch PT-E550W industrial hand-held labelling tool at a local jobsite. Their verdict? An “impressive convenient and rugged printing tool.”

Real-life problems with LEDs

EBMag columnist Ron Bergeron dissects LED lighting and driver issues while offering some research and best practices to help you make your installations successful.