Description of NFPA 70 2002
Guard against electric shock, fire, and related hazards. You're on solid ground with the 2002 NFPA 70™: National Electrical Code®!
The most widely adopted safety code in the United States and the world, the National Electrical Code (NEC ®) is the blueprint for safe and efficient electrical installations. Improvements in the 2002 edition of NFPA 70 make it an industry landmark, with first-time coverage of emerging technologies, added provisions for installing TVSS, and many other key revisions impacting the entire electrical community.
Major changes that affect electrical work include:
Get equipped with the 2002 edition of the National Electrical Code and comply with the law in many jurisdictions. Developed by NFPA®, the NEC provides complete safety requirements for the protection of people and property against fire and shock hazards associated with the use of electricity. (Softbound, 711 pp., 2002)
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