Cable code seminar in Toronto: Nov. 29 | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Is your building up-to-code? Buildings around the country are being cited every day for National Electrical Code (NEC) violations due to the presence of abandoned cabling in the ceiling and risers. Don’t make the mistake of ignoring this important issue! Learn what you need to do today to be in compliance with the new NEC […]


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Is your building up-to-code? Buildings around the country are being cited every day for National Electrical Code (NEC) violations due to the presence of abandoned cabling in the ceiling and risers. Don’t make the mistake of ignoring this important issue! Learn what you need to do today to be in compliance with the new NEC […]
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Cable code seminar in Toronto: Nov. 29

Cable code seminar in Toronto: Nov. 29 | Facility Executive - Creating Intelligent Buildings

Is your building up-to-code? Buildings around the country are being cited every day for National Electrical Code (NEC) violations due to the presence of abandoned cabling in the ceiling and risers. Don’t make the mistake of ignoring this important issue! Learn what you need to do today to be in compliance with the new NEC — and how to avoid paying for cable removal.

Realcomm has teamed with legal and industry experts to present an educational series on the new (NEC) requirements regarding existing and abandoned cabling in commercial office buildings. This three-hour seminar provides a comprehensive review of the NEC and what it means to building owners and managers, including code requirements, recommended lease and license language, liability and insurance risks, cable fire safety, cable materials, permitted cabling, cable audits and abatement, case studies, estimated costs, interviews with local electrical inspectors, and more.

The upcoming event in Toronto will be hosted by BOMA Toronto.

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