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At Absolute Testing Services, we are steadfast in our commitment to training and education, certifications and enhancing our industry’s value to clients. From testing power systems installation through service and maintenance programs, we adhere to the best practices of our industry. Our association and partnership with the organizations below certainly enhances the quality, integrity, safety and performance of every job we take on.
We understand the importance of maintaining and adhering to the electrical testing industry’s most rigorous and widely-adopted standards for quality. Founded in 1972, NETA published its first testing specification in 1973. In 1996, NETA became an American National Standards developer. Today, NETA sets the standard for electrical power systems testing. That’s why we’re proud to be accredited and active affiliate members of NETA, the International Electrical Testing Association.
Bender stands as a market leader for electrical safety products. Bender is proud to be ISO 9001:2015 certified to guarantee the very best quality. Bender has been producing first-class products with excellent service for nearly every industry for over eight decades. In addition to a solid lineup of protective relays, isolation monitors, resistance grounding systems, and isolation power systems, Bender manufactures integrated solutions for many of the industries that Absolute serves.
The Texas Association of Healthcare Facilities Management, better known as TAHFM, is the premiere healthcare facilities management association in Texas providing a collaborative partnership comprised of diverse professionals who are dedicated to the continuous improvement and advancement of its membership and healthcare.
The purpose of the Houston Area Association for Hospital Engineering (HAAHE) is to provide a forum for the exchange of information and ideas important to the healthcare engineering community in the Houston area. The issues presented by the local environment and the rich hospital community in and around Houston, make it important that the engineers in this community have a common place to share experiences and gain knowledge.
Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) has the primary goal of collaborating on common problems of management, distribution, employment, and financial functions of the electrical construction industry; to foster cooperation in advancing the common purposes of its members; and to promote activities that enabled the industry to advance with the greatest economy and efficiency.
The Texas Gulf Coast Maintenance and Operations membership are those organizations directly related to school maintenance and operations, including engineering, architecture, business education or other closely related fields.