Electrical work requires eye safety equipment. Running wiring, replacing fixtures, and hanging brackets require tools to cut or drill holes in structures, which can kick up a lot of dust and other debris that can cause eye problems.
With an invigorated national focus to upgrade, enhance, and construct broadband infrastructure to meet an insatiable consumer appetite, America’s telecommunication workers will play a vital, challenging, and inherently hazardous role.
Batteries are crucial across an array of industries as they power all kinds of industrialized machines, such as forklifts. Without them, manufacturing in the modern world would look very different — and much less efficient.
This article will discuss the addition of energy storage system requirements in Section 64, starting with changes to the name and scope of the section to include energy production in addition to renewable energy and energy storage systems.
Electrical equipment intended for potentially explosive atmospheres (or hazardous locations), is evaluated to stringent requirements in accordance with the NEC, local regulations, and/or harmonized standards such as the IEC 60079 series standards.