CE Code-Part I gavel passes from Tsisserev to Kelly
June 17, 2015 | By Anthony Capkun
June 17, 2015 – At the conclusion of the CE Code-Part I committee meeting in Niagara Falls, Ark Tsisserev relinquished the chair’s gavel to Richard (Rick) Kelly, who becomes the newest chair of the committee that puts together CSA C22.1 “Safety standard for electrical installations” a.k.a. the Code.
Rick Kelly is chief electrical inspector & manager, Safety Services, with the Government of Nunavut, and an IAEI-certified electrical inspector. He is chair of the Canadian Advisory Council for Electrical Safety (CACES) and an Executive Committee and voting member of the CE Code-Part I.
Ark Tsisserev is president of EFS Engineering Solutions Ltd., and has been an electrical safety regulator for more than 25 years (having retired from the City of Vancouver as its chief electrical inspector). He has been chairing the CE Code-Part I committee for about 15 years, and is a registered Professional Engineer with a Master’s Degree in Electrical Engineering.
PHOTO 1 (left to right): Steve Douglas, Ark Tsisserev and Rick Kelly.
PHOTO 2 (left to right): Ark Tsisserev and Rick Kelly (Steve Douglas in background).
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