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Brian Earl

Brian Earl
Hailing from Minnesota originally, Brian began his secondary education at the University of Minnesota with his undergraduate work and his MBA in Management at University of Michigan, focusing on strategic marketing and market planning. He has an extensive background in developing and leading a variety of marketing, sales, and technical teams serving customers nationally and internationally. Brian brings his 30 years of experience in both the Manufacturing and Distributor channels to Ericson.

Recent Posts

Recent Posts

Construction Jobsite Lighting

We are proud to announce upgraded versions of our extremely capable line of Construction Jobsite Lighting Solutions. These new and existing products have several key features important when providing, safe, code compliant lighting for construction jobsites. Infinitely capable, these ruggedly built…

Updated UL943-5th Edition and UL1640 Code effects on In-Line GFCI Cordsets

May 5, 2021, UL, as part of its 943-5th Edition requirement for self-testing GFCI, required all GFCI protected devices include a Self-Testing feature, initially required for GFCI receptacles in 2015. This requirement now extends to any portable distribution unit (“spider” boxes), other portable…

 

Introducing the 1006 Baylite

We’re proud to announce expansion of our 1006 Bay Light Series - designed to replace less efficient, older technology, metal halide. These fixtures are more efficient, offer less lumen depreciation and longer service life.   The 1006 Series include our: 1006-LED-100, 100 watt, 12,000 lumen output…

 

Shedding a Light on Safe and Compliant Jobsite Lighting

Proper light levels on construction sites are critical to worker productivity and jobsite safety. Safe light levels are outlined in OSHA Standard 1926.56 where safe minimum light levels for various areas of operation within a jobsite. Below is a brief extract from OSHA Standard 1926.56(a) -…

 

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