National Electrical Code 2008
Overview - The world's most widely adopted safety code, the National Electrical Coder (NEC) is now advancing electrical safety requirements with the 2008 edition in an effort to maximize public safety, emergency preparation, and electrical worker protection. Read more...
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The world's most widely adopted safety code, the National Electrical Coder (NEC) is now advancing electrical safety requirements with the 2008 edition in an effort to maximize public safety, emergency preparation, and electrical worker protection. With regulations for electrical wiring and equipment in virtually all types of buildings, this new edition responds to industry needs with expanded requirements based on research, new technologies, and recent events. A must-have for anyone involved in electrical design, installation, inspection, and safety, this edition has been updated for enhanced usability in the field, making it ideal for handling on-the-job electrical situations safely and effectively. Thomson Delmar Learning is pleased to make this authoritative reference from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) available directly from us, for the convenience of our customers who work in and around the electrical trades. It may be used independently, or as a companion to any electrical book, including Thomson Delmar Learning's best-selling wiring series, as well as our guides to using the NECr. Benefits: * best-selling softbound format is portable and easy-to-use * single most important reference in the electrical industry * new article on Critical Operations Power Systems provides rules for electrical security in public and private facilities that must stay online during a crisis * usability improvements include greater consistency in grounding and bonding terminology and an improved index * new provisions also reduce worker hazards and correlate with the NFPA 70Er worker safety requirements * updated every three years and outlines minimum industry standards for all types of electrical installations