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Union County Electrical Contractors Association

The UCECA is a group of people who are actively engaged in the electrical contracting business. Good fellowship and sound business practices are the prime requirements of membership. The principal aim of this association is to help provide the continuing education needed for our members to excel in their fields of expertise. We also provide our members the opportunity to build strong business relationships with the individuals they compete and work with. 

2017 CODE SEMINAR CONTINUING EDUCATION COURSE

Register early so you don't miss a convenient and economical seminar with an outstanding instructor
UCECA members* attending the course will receive a complimentary copy of the 2017 NEC Code book !

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There are many advantages to becoming a member of UCECA. Come participate in classes, seminars, and outings while learning from your peers and associates! 

 “Every man owes a part of his time and money to the business or industry in which he is engaged. No man has a moral right to withhold his support from the organization that is striving to improve conditions within his sphere.”   

—President Theodore Roosevelt (1908)

 Some of the many membership advantages are: the dissemination of necessary code information as rapidly as it can be procured; the promotion of good relations between contractors, inspection authorities, and municipalities; providing information regarding new materials, methods, trends, with the assistance of manufacturers and suppliers; understanding and having a voice in the process of the legislation of laws that affect us every day on all levels of government, including our licensing board; access to business insurance plans; and more.

Our continuing education department holds several NEC code seminars each license cycle, and also additional education seminars to facilitate the 34 hour continuing education (CE) requirements set forth by the Sate of New Jersey, many being held free to members in our regular monthly meetings.

 

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Safety

811 Call Before You DIG

Calling 811 is the most important step!

811 is the phone number you call before digging to protect yourself and others from unintentionally hitting underground utility lines.

There are millions of miles of buried utilities beneath the surface of the earth that are vital to everyday living like water, electricity and natural gas.

811 is the federally designated call before you dig number that helps homeowners and professionals avoid damaging these vital utilities.

When you make the free call to 811 a few days before you dig, you'll help prevent unintended consequences such as injury to you or your family, damage to your property, utility service outages to the entire neighborhood and potential fines and repair costs.

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811 Call Before You DIG

Call 811 at least a few days before you start any digging project.

Codes and Regulations

State of New Jersey

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The various Division of Codes and Standards programs are based on Code rooted in Law and implemented through Rule and Regulation. The following is information, or links to information, concerning those Codes, Laws and Rule or Regulation

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