Passing the electrical contractor exam is the final step toward being able to secure employment as an electrician. This test is extremely difficult and has a high rate of failure for first-time takers. In order to increase the odds of passing on the first attempt, applicants will need to develop a rigid study plan to ensure a successful outcome. Read more.
Scenario: John shows up to work one morning at a construction site and the first thing he does is trip over an extension cord. He hits his head on a concrete floor. He must go to the hospital for stitches, possibly sustains a concussion and might be held overnight for observation for lasting or permanent brain damage.
If John works for a subcontractor, who is liable: the subcontractor, the primary contractor, or the company employed to fix a hole in the wall? Chances are, each of them will be sued. All of them may very well have to pay damages. Read more.