One of the most popular inspections in recent years to appear on the local municipal inspector’s daily list is the inspection of spas or hot tubs in the residential setting.
The Canadian Electrical Code offers several ways to protect us from electrical shock hazards when electrical equipment may be within reach, in a wet or damp area, or near grounded metal.
One of our primary responsibilities in the electrical trade is to select electrical conductors, and one of the primary responsibilities of electrical inspectors is to judge those selection decisions properly.
Over 3,580 proposed changes were submitted to the NFPA to amend the 2002 National Electrical Code (NEC). Here are but a few.