JET receives NETA accreditation, committing to safety and expertise

JET Electrical Testing has announced it recently received accreditation from the lnterNational Electrical Testing Association (NETA), demonstrating the company’s commitment to  safety, quality, reliability, and continuous improvement in the electrical testing industry.

NETA is an association comprised of leading electrical testing companies that create and maintain standards for electrical maintenance and acceptance testing for electrical power equipment and distribution systems. It also develops training and certification standards for electrical test technicians with the goal of advancing the industry standards for power system installation and maintenance to ensure the highest level of reliability and safety.

“JET Electrical Testing recognises that upholding the industry’s highest standards is crucial to our operation. Since our inception, we have been dedicated to setting and maintaining world-class standards in electrical maintenance and acceptance testing through the implementation of new technologies and continuous training of our technicians. This certification only further demonstrates our commitment to upholding this standard of excellence,” says Alexandra Jingoli, chief executive officer, JET Electrical Testing.

As a NETA accredited company, JET has completed a two-fold accreditation process that accredits the company and certifies its individual technicians. The accreditation standards assure consumers of both the qualifications of the company, as well as the credentials of the individual technicians.

The third-party, independent electrical testing and engineering service businesses that receive NETA accreditation provide full-service testing, analysis, and maintenance of electrical power systems and are recognised for compliance with the highest safety standards in the industry put forth by OSHA, ASTM, NFPA, IEEE, The National Safety Council, CSA, NEMA, and others.

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