An assured equipment grounding conductor program (AEGCP) is a method of protection for personnel against ground-fault current flow through the body.
Unsafe electrical services, improperly wired electric outlets, and extension cords running across walkways are just a few of the electrical hazards that might be found at some fairs.
Ground-fault circuit interrupters can be used successfully to reduce electrical hazards on construction sites utilizing temporary wiring methods.
The first part of this series of articles provided a general understanding of the IEC and how it operates.
The requirement for sunlight resistance for conductors that are exposed to direct sunlight was added in Section 310-8 of the 1999 National Electrical Code (NEC).
A harmonized NFPA 79 paves the way for you to build a machine that your company can sell from Boston to Bombay.
CSA International recently investigated an incident involving in-wall electric heaters and the results of this probe are worth revisiting.
All UL Listed luminaires must be equipped with American standard-sized mounting hardware.
A variety of GFCI’s for temporary wiring are available, including portable and plug-in types and circuit-breaker types, types built into attachment plug caps, and receptacle types.