Let’s take a look at eight recent questions regarding Canadian provisions for emergency lighting.
Ongoing improvements to the safety standards for electrical appliances are reducing the likelihood of threats to children and improving the outlook for safety in our homes.
Let’s take a look at eight recent questions regarding Canadian provisions for electrically connected life safety systems.
Let’s look at questions on the rating, operation, and location of protective and control devices mandated by Section 14 of the CE Code.
Let’s examine the loading and overloading of distribution transformers from the perspective of the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I (CE Code).
Understanding what certification engineers are looking for when testing lighting products can be critical in ensuring a smooth, efficient process.
Let’s examine some provisions for electrically connected life safety systems in the National Building Code of Canada (NBCC).
Here are some tips on effectively assessing and mitigating ESD risks during swimming pool inspections and recommendations to pass on to pool owners.
Let’s examine the requirements regarding electrical equipment in service rooms per the National Building Code of Canada and the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I.
NFPA 70E and CSA Z462 are, for the most part, developed in parallel and are technically aligned. This article will focus on four inter-related safety-related work practice requirements found in both documents.