Generator Techs Achieve EGSA Technician Certification

July 2, 2014 at 12:35 PMRing Power

Certification of personnel has become the hallmark of many industries in the U.S. today for one simple reason: It helps advance professionalism by establishing consistent standards for proficiency. 

Left to right: Wayne Long, Ron Jenkins, Devin Rawn, Randy Garrett, Shannon Puls

As part of its commitment to the on-site power industry, EGSA (Electrical Generating Systems Association) has created the Electrical Generator Systems Technician Certification program.

Left to right: Josh Carlson, Wayne Kilburn, Daniel Clifton, Rick Howard, Mike Loder.

Through rigorous testing, the program identifies those technicians who not only have a broad knowledge of electricity, mechanical and electrical components and the interaction between them, but also are proficient in the installation, service, maintenance, and repair of on-site power generation systems.

Ring Power recognizes the significance of this certification. Last month, 22 Power Systems technicians took the grueling, four-hour test on electric power generation and power systems. EGSA offers classes to help prepare applicants for the test, but — thanks to their many years of experience — our techs passed it without taking the classes.

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