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Some National Electrical Code (NEC) violations are pretty obvious You’re probably steering well clear of illegal splices, for example.Read more
In 2018, Minnesota launched a new effort Now, every six years (from the 2018 start date), the state reviews the current model energy codes laid out by the U.Read more
If you work in the construction industry or as a tradesman, you’re probably familiar with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA While some professionals see OSHA standards and regulations as overly rigorous, OSHA’s role in the industry is to keep workers safe and healthy.Read more
When you work as an electrician, you have to be extra careful Your work powers people’s lives when done correctly, but can result in a fire when it’s not.Read more
Whether you’re an electrician, a plumber, a contractor, a gasfitter, or an HVAC or elevator professional, the odds are high that your state requires you to take some sort of continuing education (CE) on a periodic basis It’s your state’s way of making sure you’re up to date on the latest best practices and industry regulations.Read more