NFPA Journal explains why the 2014 NEC is the one to use

Blog Post created by ryan.quinn Employee on Aug 5, 2013

E05C7EE3DD4645E699FAD965A2A4850F.ashxThis month, NFPA will issue the 53rd edition of the National Electrical Code® (NEC®). While the logical next step is state and local adoption, says Jeffrey Sargent in his column "Staying Current" in the July/August issue of NFPA Journal, some wonder if adopting the 2014 NEC is worth it, given that the 2011 edition is “good enough.” But is the previous version of the code really good enough for today'sdynamic and fast-moving electrical world? According to Jeff, the only way to keep pace safely is by using the most up-to-date safety requirements. To see his reasons why using the most current version of the code is always the best and safest route, read his column online or turn to page 38 of the latest issue of Journal.