Systems integrators in Colorado won’t have to be licensed as electricians to do Class 2 or Class 3 circuit work after NSCA and local members contribute testimony and support on SB19-156.
NSCA works proactively to stop potentially restrictive legislation. This might be one of the most unrecognized benefits the association provides not just for its members, but for the entire low-voltage industry.
Currently, NSCA’s efforts are focused on proposed legislation that will either restrict what types of equipment integrators can install, or even prohibit integrators altogether from being able to install certain equipment. There are pressing issues in other states as well regarding code changes, legislation governing connected devices, cybersecurity laws, intellectual property rights, school safety regulations, payment and obligations, apprenticeships, and a host of other bills of interest.
NSCA is monitoring legislation on a daily basis. Make sure to visit our online Legislative Tracking Tool where you can track state and federal legislative activity by issue (school safety, labor laws, cybersecurity, etc.).