2014 Stallcup's OSHA Electrical Maintenance Regulations Simplified

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Stallcup's OSHA Electrical Maintenance Regulations Simplified 2014

James Stallcup, Sr.   &   James Stallcup, Jr.
 
Number of Pages: 453
 
This book was developed to make OSHA rules easy to understand and enforce. The rules are taken from NFPA 70E®, Electrical Safety In The Workplace, and correlated with OSHA 29 CFR 1910, Subpart S; OSHA 29 CFR 1926, Subpart K; ANSI C2, National Electrical Safety Code, (NESC); and NFPA 70, National Electrical Code (NEC). 
 
Many designers, installers and inspectors have trouble understanding, interpreting, and applying the electrical requirements listed in the above standards and codes. These requirements have been assembled and correlated in such a manner as to be easily understood. To help expedite 
the time involved in finding the rules and applying the requirements for general industry, sections in each standard have been listed for fast reference. 
 
Designers must design and lay out electrical systems to meet the provisions of the OSHA standards. Installers are required to install and wire electrical systems to comply with the NEC and provide safety for the employee working in his or her workplace. Inspectors must inspect the electrical system to ensure that it not only complies with the NEC but also provides the necessary safety requirements of OSHA and NFPA 70E. 
 
The Standard NFPA 70E was developed by NFPA at the request of OSHA. OSHA needed this standard to help them keep as current as possible with the requirements in the NEC that pertain to safety-related work practices. The OSHA standards are rarely changed and therefore lag behind the NEC as well as other codes and standards. 
 
Throughout the book you will find examples and illustrations as well as the highlighted text Standards to review, which interface OSHA, NFPA 70E, and the NEC, where applicable. 
 
The authors hope that the material in this book will be a useful aid in making the jobs easier for those persons who are responsible for complying with these rules and regulations.
 
Table of Contents
 
Chapter 1 
Article 400 General Requirements
 
Chapter 2 
Article 410 Wiring Design and Protection
 
Chapter 3 
Article 420 Wiring Methods, Components, and Equipment for General Use
 
Chapter 4 
Article 430 Specific Purpose Equipment and Installations
 
Chapter 5 
Article 440 Hazardous (Classified) Locations.
 
Chapter 6 
Article 450 Special Systems
 
Chapter 7 
Article 330 Safety-Related Work Practices for Use of Lasers
 
Appendix A
 
Appendix B
 
Appendix C
 
Appendix D
 
Appendix E
 
Appendix F​
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Stallcup's OSHA Electrical Maintenance Regulations Simplified 2014

James Stallcup, Sr.   &   James Stallcup, Jr.
 
Number of Pages: 453
 
This book was developed to make OSHA rules easy to understand and enforce. The rules are taken from NFPA 70E®, Electrical Safety In The Workplace, and correlated with OSHA 29 CFR 1910, Subpart S; OSHA 29 CFR 1926, Subpart K; ANSI C2, National Electrical Safety Code, (NESC); and NFPA 70, National Electrical Code (NEC). 
 
Many designers, installers and inspectors have trouble understanding, interpreting, and applying the electrical requirements listed in the above standards and codes. These requirements have been assembled and correlated in such a manner as to be easily understood. To help expedite 
the time involved in finding the rules and applying the requirements for general industry, sections in each standard have been listed for fast reference. 
 
Designers must design and lay out electrical systems to meet the provisions of the OSHA standards. Installers are required to install and wire electrical systems to comply with the NEC and provide safety for the employee working in his or her workplace. Inspectors must inspect the electrical system to ensure that it not only complies with the NEC but also provides the necessary safety requirements of OSHA and NFPA 70E. 
 
The Standard NFPA 70E was developed by NFPA at the request of OSHA. OSHA needed this standard to help them keep as current as possible with the requirements in the NEC that pertain to safety-related work practices. The OSHA standards are rarely changed and therefore lag behind the NEC as well as other codes and standards. 
 
Throughout the book you will find examples and illustrations as well as the highlighted text Standards to review, which interface OSHA, NFPA 70E, and the NEC, where applicable. 
 
The authors hope that the material in this book will be a useful aid in making the jobs easier for those persons who are responsible for complying with these rules and regulations.
 
Table of Contents
 
Chapter 1 
Article 400 General Requirements
 
Chapter 2 
Article 410 Wiring Design and Protection
 
Chapter 3 
Article 420 Wiring Methods, Components, and Equipment for General Use
 
Chapter 4 
Article 430 Specific Purpose Equipment and Installations
 
Chapter 5 
Article 440 Hazardous (Classified) Locations.
 
Chapter 6 
Article 450 Special Systems
 
Chapter 7 
Article 330 Safety-Related Work Practices for Use of Lasers
 
Appendix A
 
Appendix B
 
Appendix C
 
Appendix D
 
Appendix E
 
Appendix F​
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