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2014 IEC Graduation

Pictured are LeMay General Superintendent Russell Shell,
Graduates Drew, Mark and Pat, Tom LeMay and LeMay Associate
and IEC Instructor James Wesley

Pat Bradley, Drew Thompson and Mark Whitlock are the newest LeMay Electric associates to receive Journeyman Wireman Status!
Pat, Drew and Mark persevered through a difficult economy over the past four years and successfully completed the IEC Apprenticeship program. Their efforts are duly recognized and we are honored to support them as they continue to pursue and perfect their artisanship in the electrical industry.
Congratulations Pat, Drew and Mark on reaching this very important and significant milestone in your career!

LeMay Electric, Inc. Receives 2013 IEC/CNA Safety Award

ATLANTA, GA. – The Independent Electrical Contractors, Inc. (IEC) Atlanta Chapter is pleased to announce that LeMay Electric, Inc. in Marietta, Georgia, received the 2013 IEC/CNA Safety Award (Category 2) during the 56th Annual IEC National Convention and Electric Expo in Portland, Oregon.

LeMay Electric, Inc. was recognized for its efforts to provide employees with a safe and healthful workplace. The company’s commitment to safety is evidenced by its promotion of safety committee participation, efforts to provide safety and health education and training, and reviewing and updating workplace safety rules.  

“I would like to congratulate LeMay Electric, Inc. for their hard work and dedication to safety,” said Tim Welsh, IEC National Member & Chapter Relations Vice President. “By providing a written safety program and more, the company has provided a safe and healthy place of employment for all of its employees.”

LeMay Electric, Inc. has been in business for 30 years and has been an active member of IEC since 1987. They have incorporated a written safety program, required all supervisors to complete the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) 30-hour training, and required all personnel to complete OSHA 10-hour training, Aerial Lift Training, and more. In addition, LeMay Electric, Inc. has had an exceptional Experience Modification Rating for at least the last four years.

The IEC/CNA Safety Award is given to electrical and systems contractors who place safety as a high priority in their organization and have the results to prove it. The award is given in five categories: Category 1 – up to 15 employees; Category 2 – 16 to 50 employees; Category 3 – 51 to 125 employees; Category 4 – 126 to 300 employees; and Category 5 – more than 300 employees.

Known for its highly quality training programs, IEC provides electrical apprenticeship training, as well as, continuing education training across the state. Other services include legislative advocacy on the state and national levels, networking opportunities with industry professionals and other business support services to help independent electrical contractors be successful. IEC Atlanta provides services and support to the Atlanta-Metro area and is part of the National IEC, which has 60 chapters and nearly 3,000 members nationwide.
For additional information, contact Niel Dawson, Executive Director at (770) 242-9277, or find us on the web at www.iecatlanta.org

2013 IEC Atlanta Graduation Ceremony

DSC 0011smOn Friday, July 12th, 2013 at the IEC Atlanta Graduation Ceremony, Thomas LeMay was recognized for 19 Years of service on Code Making Panels No. 19 and 9 for the NFPA National Electrical Code.

Thomas LeMay was a principle member on Panel 19 during the 1996 thru 2002 Code Cycles and then moved to Code Making Panel 9 for the 2005, 2008 and 2011 Code Cycles.

LeMay was an IEC Electrical Contractor representative for the NFPA and was an active participant in reviewing and crafting code language for the National Electrical Code.

Presenting LeMay with the recognition is past IEC Atlanta President, Ken Williams of Electrical Contractor, Inc. 

Two New Journeyman Electricians


Two New Journeyman Electricians

12 July 2013

DSC 0027smLeMay Electric, Inc. is proud to once again graduate two apprentice electricians to journeyman status in 2013.

In ceremonies on Friday, July 12th , 2013, Eli Howard and Brian Blair Graduated from the IEC Apprenticeship Program after successfully completing their classroom training and course study along with their documented on the job training hours required by the Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training under the U.S. Department of Labor.

We are delighted to have these two fine gentlemen working in our firm and continue to support them in the pursuit of their trade.  

Pictured here with President Thomas LeMay is General Superintendant Russell Shell and Journeyman Electrician Eli Howard.

Two New Journeymen Electricians

20 July 2012

Adam-DyeLeMay Electric, Inc. is proud to graduate two more apprentice electricians to journeyman status.

On Friday, July 20th, Adam Dye and Robert Pope graduated to Journeyman Electrician status after serving four year apprenticeships with LeMay Electric, Inc. in the IEC Sponsored Apprenticeship training program. The apprenticeship program is run under the Department of Labor’s Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training. 

We are very proud of these two fine men and all of the men and women that we have trained to become skilled and qualified electricians in our industry since 1987.

Pictured with LeMay president Thomas LeMay and General Superintendent Russell Shell is Adam Dye with his diploma.

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