Stay up to code and maximize safety and compliance.
As the 2008 National Electrical Code redefines electrical safety, make sure you don't fall behind . . .
Order your 2008 National Electrical Code now, and base your electrical jobs on rules that reflect the latest research, technologies, and experience. The National Electrical Code protects the public by establishing requirements for electrical wiring and equipment in virtually all buildings. Safety demands compliance with the most up-to-date requirements – for wiring and protection, grounding and bonding, AFCIs, GFCIs, emergency systems, and special occupancies.
The National Electrical Code's role is expanding to address protection of critical operations power systems nationwide.
The new article on Critical Operations Power Systems fills a void, with provisions for electrical security in public and private facilities that must stay online during a crisis – such as public safety dispatch centers, hospital ICUs, and financial centers. Other new articles protect millions of people and the environment: