Quad State Instructors are electric utility safety professionals. Formed in 1964 by electric utility safety people from four states, members now hail from 22 states. Meetings are held two times a year where we exchange information and solutions, upgrade skills and expand an excellent collection of shared and pertinent training programs. Membership is available through a sponsor and voted on by the members. We welcome new members as there is never too much knowledge and experience. If you're interested in attending a meeting, or becoming a member but don't have a sponsor, write to us. A majority of members work with Electric Cooperatives or Municipal Power Utilities.


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