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EESCO to EESA

The Entertainment Electrical Safety Committee of Ontario (EESCO) has changed its name to The Entertainment Electrical Safety Association (EESA)
posted on 9:08 AM, March 27, 2017
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In an effort to better serve the Canadian Entertainment Industry and reflect its national presence, EESCO has changed its name to The Entertainment Electrical Safety Association (EESA). If you are an entertainment industry stakeholder such as the local Electrical Inspection Authority or any industry professional, we value your input regarding published installation practices, codes and standards. 

EESA’s objective is to update the entertainment industry professionals to new electrical codes, technical bulletins, product announcements and standards that affect our industry and provide a safer work environment.

EESA membership is open to stakeholders of the entertainment industry governed by the Canadian Electrical Code in the following areas:

  • Film, television, remote broadcasting and recording locations
  • Amusement parks, midways, carnivals and fairs
  • Live performance and entertainment events, touring shows, sporting events, trade shows and similar events

And to:

  • Manufacturers, suppliers, and Provincial Electrical Inspection Authorities

If you supply products or services into these industries, EESA membership allows opportunities to participate and contribute through publications, regular meetings, advertising and webex/webinars.

For more information, please contact the EESA committee at 

Visit their website: www.eesa.tech

Mandate: Entertainment Electrical Safety Association (EESA)

Engage regulatory and standards bodies, industry equipment manufacturers, employers, and labour groups to establish and promote safe electrical work practises in the Canadian entertainment industry through code changes, bulletins, guidelines, education, and training.

Entertainment Industry Power Technician (EIPT)

Benchmark Certification; EIPT 269E is a registered voluntary electrical trade in the province of Ontario, Canada and is structured to include a full apprenticeship package and is open to any entertainment industry worker but currently recognized only in Ontario, Canada. There are prerequisites to entering the apprenticeship program or challenging the final exam.

Membership Cost structure for EESA per year:

Cost per Local Union or Organization* $1000.00 (includes your URL link and logo on EESA website)
*"Organization"=10+ Employees

Corporate Advertising (Link and Logo) $400.00

Individual Person Nonaffiliated cost $75.00

One qualified representative member is expected to attend meetings in person or via video conference or conference call.

Members are expected to contribute and vote when necessary from each organization.

Invited subject matter experts and guests relevant to current topics are welcome to attend meetings and are expected to contribute.

Members are expected to actively participate in EESA sub-committees.

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