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Electricians work in a wide variety of buildings and facilities - on everything from lighting and climate control systems, to communication equipment and thousands of other specific tools and devices. An Electrician is designated as a Construction Electrician under the Interprovincial Red Seal program.
An Electrician's work involves assembling, installing, commissioning, testing, maintaining, servicing and operating electrical systems and equipment. The three main settings in which electricians typically work are:
- Construction - electricians work either as employees who are part of a contractor's team, on both residential and commercial construction projects, or as independent electrical contractors on such projects.
- Industrial - electricians are typically employed on staff at large-scale industrial facilities such as pulp mills, hydroelectric dams, and mining and smelting operations.
- Institutional - most large institutions such as hospitals, school boards, universities and other public facilities have at least one electrician working as part of their maintenance department.
Electricians also need a good understanding of the many applications of electricity, and must ensure that appropriate building codes and other safety requirements are followed.
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