Quizzes

Systems
By Thomas P. Hammerberg
NFPA 72-2019 was recently released. This quiz is intended to help identify changes in this new edition of the National Fire Alarm and Signaling Code.
National Electrical Code
By Michael Johnston
Test your knowledge of the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Safety
By Wesley L. Wheeler
Handheld and portable power tools are used everyday in construction. Many of these tools have been engineered to be used safely in the field by authorized, competent and qualified people.
Cabling
By Jim Hayes
Smart grid, smart cities, intelligent traffic signals, small cells—it seems like everything popular in new technology needs more fiber. That means installing more fiber optic cables, and that means more construction. How familiar are you with the outside plant (OSP) fiber optic construction process?
Systems
By Thomas P. Hammerberg
Test your knowledge of NFPA 72 2016 secondary power requirements.
National Electrical Code
By Michael Johnston
Test your knowledge of the National Electrical Code (NEC).
Cabling
By Jim Hayes
Multimode fiber has been around a long time and is still being used in many premises cabling applications. There also are continuous upgrades in multimode technology. How well have you kept up with multimode fiber technology and applications?
Safety
By Wesley L. Wheeler
Mobile apps, online training and video conferencing have made managing safety and adhering to OSHA and NFPA requirements for safety documentation easier and more streamlined. What do you know about managing these safety requirements?
National Electrical Code
By Michael Johnston
These days, multiple power sources can be present in a single building or structure. Many of these are what the National Electrical Code (NEC) calls separately derived systems. Transformers, batteries, fuel cells and generators can supply these systems. An electrical system produced by a generator is either required to be grounded as a separately derived system or it is not, and the key to this is the transfer equipment.
Systems
By Thomas P. Hammerberg
Pathway survivability requirements are an often-misunderstood area of fire alarm systems. Test your knowledge of the requirements in NFPA 72, 2016 edition.