May 2012: Zero Energy, Zero Injuries

 

Ever wonder how companies win safety awards or achieve zero injuries?

Safety is an integral part of the electrical construction business and, as such, is an important sh


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May 2012
Major shifts in human behavior often require kickstarting by big players. When it comes to energy usage, the U.S. Army is well-positioned to create momentum. READ MORE
May 2012
In many workshops that I have instructed recently, installers have asked if the National Electrical Code (NEC) permits an appliance to be added to an existing 20-ampere (A) b READ MORE
May 2012
The construction industry lost 7,000 jobs in March, following a similar decline of 6,000 jobs in February, inching the unemployment rate up to 17.2 percent, according to the A READ MORE
May 2012
As stated in 90.1(A) of the National Electrical Code (NEC), the purpose of the Code is the practical safeguarding of people and property from hazards arising from the use of READ MORE
May 2012
Every silver cloud has a black lining, to twist an old cliche. READ MORE

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