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Celebrating Excellence: Virginia Balitski's Outstanding Achievement Award from NETA

Congratulations to Virginia Balitski, CET, Manager – Training and Development at Magna IV Engineering, on being awarded the Outstanding Achievement Award from NETA!

Virginia's remarkable dedication to going above and beyond in her role, always lending a hand, and actively participating in numerous industry groups and committees has been recognized with this prestigious honor.

Since joining Magna IV Engineering in 2006 as a Field Service Technologist, Virginia has continually demonstrated her commitment to excellence and safety in the electrical industry. Her journey from a Field Service Technologist to achieving a NETA level 4 Senior Technician certification underscores her unwavering dedication to professional development and mastery in her field.

As a Certified Engineering Technologist through ASET, The Association of Science & Engineering Technology Professionals of Alberta, Virginia, upholds the highest standards of professionalism and competence. Her active involvement in industry standards and best practices, including her role as Vice-Chair of CSA Z462 – Workplace Electrical Safety and membership in the NFPA 70E – Electrical Safety in the Workplace technical committee, highlights her commitment to advancing safety standards.

Virginia's contributions extend beyond her role at Magna IV Engineering. As a NETA Board member and active participant in various NETA committees, she plays a crucial role in shaping industry standards and driving innovation. Additionally, her representation of NETA on the ASTM F18 committee underscores her dedication to fostering collaboration and advancing industry practices.

Virginia's outstanding achievements, expertise, and willingness to support others make her a true leader in the electrical industry. We are immensely proud to have her as part of our team and extend our heartfelt congratulations on this well-deserved recognition!

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