Electrician FAQs:

Q: Is an electrician a tradesperson specializing in electrical wiring of buildings?

A: Yes, and stationary machines.

Q: Is a electrician the show's chief electrician?

A: Yes.

Q: Are electricians also particularly exposed to injury by electricity?

A: Yes.

Q: Are electricians trained to one of three levels: Apprentice?

A: Yes, and Journeyman, and Master Electrician.

Q: Are electricians union members and work under their union's policies?

A: Yes.

Q: Is an electrician a classification of licensing granted to those who have met the experience requirements for on the job training and classroom hours?

A: Yes, Requirements include a two-year relevant degree, completion of two to six years of apprenticeship training, and passing a licensing exam.

Q: Is an electrician referred to as a Gaffer?

A: Yes.

Q: Are electricians regulated by each province?

A: Yes, and however professional licenses are valid throughout Canada under Agreement on Internal Trade.

Q: Are electricians tasked to respond to requests for isolated repairs and upgrades?

A: Yes.

Q: Are electricians trained to work safely and take many measures to minimize the danger of injury?

A: Yes.

Q: Are electricians divided into two primary categories: linemen?

A: Yes, and who work on electric utility company distribution systems at higher voltages, and wiremen, who work with the lower voltages utilized inside buildings.

Q: Are electricians union members?

A: Yes.

Q: Are electricians tasked primarily with hanging?

A: Yes, and focusing, and operating stage lighting.

Q: Were electricians originally people who demonstrated or studied the principles of electricity?

A: Yes, and often electrostatic generators of one form or another.