June Issue 2005

 


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| June 2005
Selective coordination has been a requirement in the National Electrical Code (NEC) for many years but has been limited to a few required applications.

| June 2005
Ken Mastrullo is having a busy year.

| June 2005
The following series of fatalities was studied by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Each involves contact with energized lines or equipment.

| June 2005
Coal is too dirty. Uranium is too dangerous. Gas is too expensive. Oil is too political. Solar is too sporadic. Hydro-dams upset the fish habitat.

| June 2005
Access control is nothing new. Locks on doors and windows are a rudimentary form of shutting people out.

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