Joe Tedesco

Joe
Tedesco

Tedesco served the industry in many roles during his career. He was a director, senior electrical code instructor for National Technology Transfer, Inc. and American Trainco, Inc.. He was also a codes, standards and seminar specialist for the International Association of Electrical Inspectors and an electrical field service specialist for the National Fire Protection Association in Quincy, Mass. He ran his own business as an NEC consultant and is a Massachusetts licensed master electrician and journeyman electrician and certified electrical inspector (one and two family 2A; General 2B, and Plan Review, 2C). Tedesco also wrote articles for CEE News and EC&M (Code Violations Illustrated and What's Wrong Here?) for more than 15 years and helped launched the Moving Violations video series.

Articles
Whats Wrong Here?
Hint: Behind closed doors
What’s Wrong Here? April 2011
Can you identify the Code violation(s) in this photo?
Illustrated Catastrophes, April 2011
As usual, never consider the following commentary associated with these photos as a formal interpretation of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Without criticizing anyone or any product, the following scenarios present us with serious safety questions
Whats Wrong Here?
Hint: Handyman special
Whats Wrong Here?
Hint: Misused box
What’s Wrong Here? March 2011
Can you identify the Code violation(s) in this photo?
Illustrated Catastrophes, March 2011
As usual, never consider the following commentary associated with these photos as a formal interpretation of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Without criticizing anyone or any product, the following scenarios present us with serious safety questions
Whats Wrong Here?
Hint: Resurrected bodies
Whats Wrong Here?
Hint: Watch where you step.
What’s Wrong Here? February 2011
Can you identify the Code violation(s) in this photo?
Illustrated Catastrophes, February 2011
As usual, never consider the following commentary associated with these photos as a formal interpretation of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Without criticizing anyone or any product, the following scenarios present us with serious safety questions.
Whats Wrong Here?
Hint: Hairdresser turned electrician?
Whats Wrong Here?
Hint: Rain-cooled service for eight
What’s Wrong Here? January 2011
Can you identify the Code violation(s) in this photo?
Illustrated Catastrophes, January 2011
As usual, never consider the following commentary associated with these photos as a formal interpretation of the National Electrical Code (NEC). Without criticizing anyone or any product, the following scenarios present us with serious safety questions.
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