CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE ELECTRICIAN 309A, 309C, 442A

Our international electricians are trained to:

  • Read, Interpret and Revise Schematic Drawings and Documentation
  • Select, Maintain and Use Tools and Equipment
  • Install, Maintain and Repair Wiring Systems
  • Select, Install, Maintain and Troubleshoot Power Distribution Equipment Systems
  • Select, Install, Maintain and Troubleshoot Lighting Systems
  • Install, Maintain and Troubleshoot Rotating Equipment and Associated Control Systems
  • Install, Maintain and Troubleshoot Motor Drives and Associated Control Systems
  • Install, Maintain and Troubleshoot Stand-by Power Systems and Associated Equipment
  • Install, Maintain and Troubleshoot Communications Systems
  • Select, Maintain and Operate Test and Measuring Equipment
  • Install, Maintain and Troubleshoot Instrumentation Devices and Systems
  • Communicate in the Workplace

Skills

  • Protect yourself and those around you: identification, interpretation and knowledge of proper laws.
  • Appropriate regulations, codes and directives.
  • Recognize, evaluate and control hazardous equipment and materials.
  • Identification and properly use fire extinguishers and fire extinguishing equipment.
  • Uses a safe work environment to perform tasks.
  • Able to perform first aid in emergency situations.
  • Use and maintain proper protective clothing and equipment.

Perform labeling and retention procedures, identify and apply applicable law regulations, codes and directives including:

  • Occupational Health and Safety Law Act (OHSA)
  • Environmental Protection Law (EPA)
  • Transport of Dangerous Goods (DGTA)
  • Work Safety Act (WSIA)
  • Ontario Building Code (OBC)
  • Canadian Electrical Code (CEC)
  • Ontario Electrical Code (OEC)
  • Ontario Fire Code (OFC)
  • Information System of Hazardous Materials in the workplace (WHMIS)
  • Ontario Safety Construction Association ( CSAO)
  • Canadian Welding Office (CWB)
  • National Fire Protection Association ( NFPA)
  • American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
  • Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE)
  • Standards of Lighting Engineering Society (IESS)
  • Technical Standards and Security Authority (TSSA)
  • Electric Safety Authority (ESA)
  • Canadian Standards Association (CSA)
  • Municipal requirements and company policies, interpret and review schematic drawings and identify documentation, reading and interpreting architectural drawings and specifications.
  • Create, maintain and modify drawings and sketches.
  • Identify, read and interpret drawings and mechanical specifications.
  • Identify, read and interpret specifications and drawings of energy distribution.
  • Identify, read and interpret instrumentation and communication drawings.
  • Identify read and interpret electrical drawings and specifications.
  • Reading, identification and interpretation of relays, drawings and specifications of solid and logical state.