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A recent survey of facility professionals revealed mixed results on the knowledge of surge protection. Only surge protective devices, also known as transient voltage surge...
Connected to Safety Are you thinking about purchasing, or have you recently purchased an electric vehicle? Learn about the different charging options you have and...
Connected to Safety Whether you’re working from home, learning from home, or just spending more time at home, it is important to make sure your...
The Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) states that contact with electricity is one of the leading causes of construction workplace fatalities. However, temporary power...
Use Backup Power Safely When used properly, portable and standby generators are a great option to provide backup power during brownouts or blackouts. Learn how to use generators...
The National Electrical Code is revised every three years and outlines the minimum requirements for safe electrical installation. Many older homes may not have an...
Major Changes to the 2020 NEC The National Electrical Code, which has been adopted by all 50 states, sets the minimum standard for safe electrical...
What is the National Electrical Code? https://youtu.be/BgyJGk3mLRY What is the National Electrical Code? Did you know that as of 2020, there have been 16 revisions...
Year Estimated Number of GFCI Protected Homes Total Electrocutions Consumer Products Electrocution 1968 – 1,048 481 1969 – 1,148 495 1970 – 1,140 565 1971...
Spanish video Electricity drives the modern world and we often take it for granted. And if a natural disaster occurs, there are a few things...
Spanish video While we can’t prevent natural disasters from impacting our communities, we can ensure our businesses are electrically safe before and after a storm....
While we can’t prevent natural disasters, we can ensure our businesses are electrically safe before and after the storm. Practicing electrical safety and being prepared...