Whether you are a master electrician or a fresh apprentice, a refresher on the basics of electrical tools and systems can help you stay safe on the job.

Let’s discover the evolution of GFCI protection requirements for kitchen receptacles in dwelling units, from the 1987 NEC to the 2023 NEC.

Breaking down complex code topics can simplify the process of applying the NEC to electrical installations for code enforcers and installers.

Let’s address questions that have been raised about the allowed methods to comply with section 250.148 when installing branch circuit wiring with devices in metal device boxes

OSHA 3080 identifies ways to prevent worker injury through the proper use of the tools and through the use of appropriate personal protective equipment.

When a school or part of a school is designated as an emergency shelter, it upgrades the school to a Risk Category IV.

Educational institutions often have the same requirements as most commercial facilities. However, there are a few special requirements that need to be considered.

This article presents a practical perspective on power quality (PQ) studies in commercial buildings, highlighting their significance, implementation methods, and potential benefits.

What the Data Shows in AC Impedance, DC Resistance, and Splicing

Understanding Article 422, Appliances, is vital in helping to prevent residential electrical fires as the summer months heat up.