Shared knowledge and collaboration between everyone involved will derive stories of electrical safety achievements that people wish to tell through the end of time.

Ensuring that you have the right physical tools, NEC knowledge, as well as personal safety and intangible tools, are all critical for being the best inspector you can be.

By actively promoting generator safety and reliability, electrical inspectors contribute to the protection of personnel, prevention of accidents, and the uninterrupted functioning of critical systems.

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

To ensure that a swimming pool is in top shape and ready for a summer of fun, electrical systems need to be properly maintained and inspected.

The first question you may be asking yourself is, “How does a code enforcement inspector fit into IAEI?” That is what we will look at in this article.

Performing equipment evaluations, particularly equipment that has been moved from one facility to another facility, is critical to the early success of a project.  

This article provides a general overview of what to expect when completing a field evaluation of medium/high-voltage switchgear electrical distribution systems based on NFPA 791.

This article will take you through the electrical construction of a nine-story high-rise structure with parking at three floors down and four floors up.

Where in the Code does it call for GFCI protection for outdoor air-conditioning equipment at dwelling units?” The answer would be the same … it’s all about location, location, location!