Guinee Elected Chair of Mass. BSEE

| December 21, 2018

Boston – Kathleen Guinee, a director on the NECA Boston Chapter Board and a principal of Aetna Fire Alarm Service Co., Inc., based in Dorchester, was elected chair of the Mass. Board of State Examiners of Electricians (BSEE) in September 2018. She is the first woman to serve the commonwealth in this position.

She was originally appointed to the BSEE by Governor Deval Patrick in August 2008 as the systems contractor designee. Each board member serves three-year appointments, and Guinee has been reappointed four times.

She served as vice chair of the BSEE for three years prior to her new position as chair.

The primary mission of the board is to protect the citizens of Massachusetts by establishing standards for persons performing electrical installations. The board examines and licenses candidates and enforces the regulations and general laws relative to electrical installations in Massachusetts.

The BSEE oversees licensing of Master Electricians (A), Journeyman Electricians (B), Systems Contractors (C) and Systems Technicians (D – including security, fire warning).

The examiners also prosecute those found working without a license, either through the Office of the Attorney General or directly in the courts of the commonwealth.

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