Western Electrical Services is proud to be a full member company of both the International Electrical Testing Association (NETA) and the Professional Electrical Reconditioning League (PEARL). Both organizations are ANSI accredited standards developers; and both organizations have stringent membership requirements which restricts their membership to only the most qualified companies.
The InterNational Electrical Testing Association (NETA) is an accredited standards developer for the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and defines the standards by which electrical equipment is deemed safe and reliable.
NETA Certified Technicians conduct the tests that ensure equipment meets the association’s stringent specifications. NETA is the leading source of specifications, procedures, testing and requirements, not only for commissioning new equipment, but also for testing the reliability and performance of existing equipment.
NETA’s mission is to serve the electrical testing industry by establishing standards, publishing specifications, accrediting independent testing companies, certifying test technicians and promoting the professional services of its members. The Association also collects and disseminates information and data of value to the electrical industry and educates the public and end user about the merits of electrical acceptance and maintenance testing.
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WES is a Full Member company of PEARL, the “Professional Electrical Apparatus Recyclers League”.
PEARL is a national trade organization for companies that supply quality surplus and reconditioned/remanufactured electrical equipment and apparatus. The organization creates, collects, and distributes information, policies, procedures, and standards to ensure the proper reconditioning and reuse of electrical power equipment.
PEARL membership is validation of our longstanding commitment to quality and adherence to the highest standards, and strict technical, safety, and operational requirements to ensure the proper recycling and reuse of electrical power equipment.
The National Institute for Certification in Engineering Technologies (NICET), founded in 1961, is a nationally recognized, non-profit division of the National Society of Professional Engineers based in Alexandria, Va., whose stated mission is to “provide an independent evaluation of technical knowledge and experience”.