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nicholas.harknett
Good Day,   In the process of setting appropriate safe work conditions for use on various pieces of electrical equipment, the team at my organization has uncovered some questions on appropriately applying the 50 V threshold for de-energized work.       Is anyone aware and willing to share the rationale behind the
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michael.sly
In regards to fire watches in a hospital setting, what exactly are they looking for in establishment of a temporary water supply.#lifesafety 
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dlshdkhnfire
Red triangle Stickers are often pasted on the window of tall buildings as firemen access. My question is, In this technological era, do you think the firemen must break the glass window with a hammer to save people? Is there any new technology to open the windows from the outside? What if this was in a hospital NICU ward? How effective is pasting
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nsaro
Conductors in a cable tray are installed per 392.80(A)(2)(d) and both ends of the conductors emerge from the cable tray and terminate in equipment with 75C rating. Since the conductors are installed per 392.80(A)(2)(d), with proper spacing then, Table 310.15.(B)(20) can be applied, but when the conductors exit the cable tray to
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