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Steven Vernon Keeney died of an apparent electrical shock.\n \n
How well do you know the Code? Think you can spot violations the original installer either ignored or couldn’t identify? Here’s your chance to moonlight as an electrical inspector and second-guess someone else’s work from the safety of your living ro\n \n
Installing the proper outdoor lighting at your client’s home or business is a win-win for everyone.\n \n
Electrical contractor develops an electrical safety training program in response to the release of the 2018 edition of the standard, specifically addressing an alternate outline for the structure \nof Annex E\n \n
Dozens of airports across the country have one thing in common these days — gigantic construction projects that offer millions of dollars in electrical work.\n \n
NFPA 70E Tip: Informative Annex Q, Part 4\n \n
Don’t let pressure from a client persuade you to make bad safety decisions under pressure.\n \n
More than 2,500 electromechanical professionals expected to attend event\n \n
The more electrical professionals can do to spread the word on electrical safety, the better.\n \n
What is it they say about too much of a good thing? I’m fairly certain that expression doesn’t apply to the current electrical construction climate as it relates to the good fortune of most of this year’s Top 50 Electrical Contractors. If you follow\n \n