Chapter Objectives

  • To cooperate in the formulation of standards for the safe installation and use of electrical materials, devices and appliances

  • To promote the uniform undertanding and application of the National Electrical Code and other electrical codes

  • To promote cooperation between inspectors, the electrical industry and the public

  • To collect and disseminate information relative to the safe use of electricity

  • To represent the Electrical Inspectors in all matters which are dealt with nationally and internationally by the electrical industry

  • To cooperate with other national and international organizations in furthering the development of the electrical industry

2020 Rule and Law (2021 OESC)
4-hours on Wednesday July 20th
5PM - 9 PM PT
Instructor: Jim Imlah
Hosted on-line via Zoom Meetings
Click HERE for additional information and registration

2020 National Electrical Code Analysis of Changes
4-hours on Friday September 23rd
5 PM to 9 PM
8-hours on Saturday September 24th
8 AM to 6 PM
Instructors: Chuck Mello and Chris Jensen
Hybrid Class: in person at Spirit Mountain Casino and simultaneously on-line via Zoom
Registration will be open soon


IAEI Quick Facts

IAEI is composed of sections, chapters, and divisions.

A section is a territory composed of serveral states. A chapter is a subdivision within a section. A division is a subdivision with a chapter.

Oregon Chapter, which is part of the Northwestern Section is Number 3, 70,0.

At this time there are no divisions in the Oregon Chapter.