Company fined $25,000 for operating electrical contracting business without licence under Electricity Act after apprentice injured
By Adrian Miedema
An electrical contractor has been convicted and fined for carrying on an electrical contracting business without being licensed under the Ontario Electricity Act.
A young apprentice with the company was seriously injured after an electrical explosion.
The apprentice was disassembling and reassembling ‘conduit runs’ under the supervision of ‘others who were his masters or supervisors’…
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