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In order to promote worker safety, it must start with company leadership fully supporting the creation and implementation of an effective safety plan.

Discover how electricians, inspectors, and on-site electrical professionals can benefit from Mobile Personal Emergency Response Device (mPERS) devices.

Workers working in confined spaces and hazardous locations must wear arc-rated (AR) clothing to protect themselves from injuries and burns that can be life-threatening.

A small utility in Tennessee installed a complete automated power factor balancing system without complex SCADA.

Just as office workers are now using video conferencing methods instead of in-person meetings, so are inspection agencies.

Let’s examine the how the different requirements within the NEC determine requirements for luminaires, controllers, neon power supplies, and more.

Most people don’t think too much about the systems that must be maintained to keep things running smoothly in healthcare facilities until they or a loved one needs medical help.

Ready to take a quiz that tests your knowledge on wiring and protection in the NEC?

Follow one jobsite equipment manager as he navigated the roadblocks to trying to get an entire job site in sync with change orders, warnings, and inspections.

The 2023 version of the NESC, edited by IEEE SA, became effective on February 1, 2023.

Let’s examine the changes in the 2023 NEC that directly affect photovoltaic (PV) systems.

E-bikes rely on lithium-ion batteries as their power source, however, when stored improperly or charged incorrectly, they pose a fire hazard.

Let’s look at questions on the rating, operation, and location of protective and control devices mandated by Section 14 of the CE Code.

In keeping your home safe when it comes to electricity, it is important to look at how we are using those things through the winter months, both outside and inside the home.