Important links in the GTA:
|Electrical Safety Authority (ESA): ESA is responsible for public electrical safety in Ontario as designated by Ontario Regulation 89/99.|
|Ontario Electric league (OEL):
The OLE role is to communicate, educate, represent and promote Ontario's electrical industry.
|Energy Efficiency Incentives for Business: Ontario Power Authority, every kilowatt counts.||Â|
The site structure reflects our efforts to promote a coordinated conservation movement across Ontario.
|Photovoltaic Solar Cells:
Use your roof to generate energy
|Gas Detection Systems:
Drager is a German company leader inn the safety technology.
|Tips and programs to save electric energy:
By making upgrades or by learning how to use it more efficiently you can save energy and money in the operation of devices for Cooling, Â heating, Water Heating, Appliances, Office EquipmentÂ and Lighting.
|Mississauga Board Of Trade (MBOT):
Since 1976, Mississauga Board of Trade proudly serves as a chamber of commerce. Mississauga is the location for over 53,000 businesses employing over 440,000 people, including 59 of Canada’s Fortune 500 offices. Mississauga Board of Trade represents approximately 1,500 businesses in Mississauga.
|Business Network International (BNI):
With thousands of chapters in North America, BNI is the largest business referral network helping business to promote their business through Word of Mouth.
Dangers of DIY Electrical ProjectsElectricity is a serious business. Electrocution still a major cause of death or serious accidents among construction workers. To make it even worst Do-It-Yourself publishers have been making mistakes and consumers may pay the price. 52,000 DIY books, sold in Canada, about electrical repair were recalled recently because mistakes in their diagrams and instruction can lead to “electrical shock or fire hazard”. Don’t put yourself or your business in serious danger by trying to DIY, call us and make sure the job is done right, safe and up to code at (905) 872-7233. Read more about the recall (http://www.thestar.com/business/article/750993--potentially-shocking-diy-books-recalled).
Six Top Electric problems you can easily avoid
- Never ever overload sockets. Industrial environments normally use one independent line coming from the electrical panel to each mayor piece of equipment. When necessary the plant manager can isolate the machine under maintenance without affecting the operation of the other machines.
- Use only self locking plugs to feed critical machines so they wont be accidentally disconnected. This type of connector normally prevents water infiltration.
- Make periodical inspections to your electrical installations. Look for hot spots, overloads, anything broken, make sure all connections are tight.
- When an electrical need arise, do not hire the cheapest guy or don't try to Do it Yourself and don't allow non registered electricians to modify your electrical installations. Work performed by non licensed electricians can cause you loosing insurance coverage. Is it worth it?
- Electricity is one of the highest causes of work fatal accidents. Do not allow access to any untrained personnel to your electrical panels
- Know the cost per hour of having your unplanned shutdown. Trusting your electrical operation to a professional electrician will keep you out of unscheduled electrical problems and save money!
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