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mikeboodry
I work in a healthcare facility. While doing an inspection the other day, I came across O2 cylinders properly labeled full and empty and were divided the correct way. There is no door needed to access this room where the tanks are. I was told a NFPA placard sign may not be necessary in this case. Please assist, thanks. 
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wanda.earll
Two industrial control panels, 480/60/3 are installed on a machine system. Each has a disconnect switch. One panel houses variable frequency drives, and the low-volt signal wiring for the drives is derived from the other panel that houses the PLC which is the source of the control wiring. Since the disconnect switch on the drive panel does not
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dvigstol
It's not often that the National Electrical Code (NEC) gets a requirement aimed at protecting an individual exposed to electrical hazards under the most extreme worst-case scenario. After all, the purpose of the NEC is the practical safeguarding of persons and property from the hazards arising from the use of electricity; practical safeguarding
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tdotts
I am currently supporting development of a contractor electrical safety program w/ implementation of NFPA 70e. My question is regard determination of  Fault Current (Available) in order to satisfy the use of table 130.7(C)(15)(a). After much review and debacle, it appears that dialing into such data is only possible after performing an
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ccoache
  Time flies. I have been the staff liaison for NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace  for the past two cycles. I have fielded hundreds of electrical safety questions from employer and employee responsibilities to understanding the standard’s requirements. My more than 30-year involvement with electrical safety
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