NETA Welcomes Newest Accredited Company — Electrical Testing and Maintenance

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NETA, The InterNational Electrical Testing Association, is proud to add Electrical Testing and Maintenance to the community of electrical testing companies committed to meeting the ever-increasing demand for qualified testing firms and personnel.

ETM is the InterNational Electrical Testing Association's newest NETA Accredited Company.

"...As a NETA Accredited Company, ETM can offer benefits and services to our customers we would not have been able to offer before."

NETA, the InterNational Electrical Testing Association, is proud to add Electrical Testing and Maintenance Corporation to the community of electrical testing companies committed to meeting the ever-increasing demand for qualified testing firms and personnel. For a complete list of NETA Accredited Companies, or to find a NETA Accredited Company by geographical area, visit http://www.netaworld.org.

Electrical Testing and Maintenance Corporation
Memphis, Tennessee
http://etmcorp.net/

Founded in 1994, Electrical Testing and Maintenance Corporation serves the Mid-South region of the United States, which includes Tennessee, Mississippi, and Arkansas, as well as parts of Missouri, Kentucky, Louisiana, and Alabama. Electrical Testing and Maintenance's goal is to provide customers with state-of-the-art, value-added power system services necessary to ensure a reliable, safe, and efficient operation of a facility and its related electrical components. ETM offers the Mid-South area the most up-to-date services for repair, maintenance, and inspection of the electrical apparatus for utility, industrial, and commercial customers.

Ron Gregory, President and NETA Accredited Representative for ETM, is proud to be part of NETA. “We have been looking forward to joining NETA for a long time. We’ve always admired the organization over the years, and now, as a NETA Accredited Company, ETM can offer benefits and services to our customers we would not have been able to offer before. We are looking forward to an exciting year!”

“NETA looks forward to welcoming ETM as its newest NETA Accredited Company,” says Ron Widup, CEO of Shermco Industries and current president of NETA. “NETA Accredited Companies play an important part in advancing the electrical power systems industry and assuring electrical power system safety and reliability. Achieving NETA accreditation is no easy task, and we applaud ETM on this milestone event.”

What is a NETA Accredited Company?
NETA Accredited Companies are third-party, independent electrical testing firms involved in full-service testing, analysis, and maintenance of electrical power systems. This includes low-, medium-, and high-voltage power equipment and systems. Every NETA Accredited Company has gone through a two-fold application process.

This two-fold process accredits the company and certifies the company’s individual technicians. This approach works toward establishing a solid program that allows clients seeking testing services to feel confident about both the qualifications of the company as well as the credentials of the individual technician. Following accreditation, the qualifications of each NETA Accredited Company and its technicians are reviewed on a regular basis to assure continued compliance with the NETA bylaws and policies.

Those interested in specifying electrical testing for electrical power equipment and systems in accordance with ANSI/NETA standards by NETA Accredited Companies and NETA Certified Technicians should look to Section 3 of the ANSI/NETA ATS-2013 and ANSI/NETA MTS-2015. The ANSI/NETA ATS, Standard for Acceptance Testing Specifications for Electrical Power Equipment and Systems specifies the following qualifications for testing organizations and personnel:

3.1 Testing Organization
1. The testing organization shall be an independent, third party entity, which can function as an unbiased testing authority, professionally independent of the manufacturers, suppliers, and installers of equipment or systems being evaluated.
2. The testing organization shall be regularly engaged in the testing of electrical equipment devices, installations, and systems.
3. The testing organization shall use technicians who are regularly employed for testing services.
4. An organization having a designation of NETA Accredited Company issued by the InterNational Electrical Testing Association meets the above criteria.
5. The testing organization shall submit appropriate documentation to demonstrate that it satisfactorily complies with these requirements.

Companies interested in seeking NETA Accreditation should contact the NETA Office at 888-300-6382 or neta(at)netaworld(dot)org for more information.

ABOUT NETA
NETA is an ANSI Accredited Standards Developing Organization that creates and maintains standards for electrical maintenance and acceptance testing for electrical power equipment and systems, as well as a standard that addresses the certification of electrical testing technicians. NETA is an association of leading electrical testing companies comprised of visionaries committed to advancing the industry standards for power system installation and maintenance to ensure the highest level of reliability and safety.

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