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Introduction to the NEC

Summary

Summary

The purpose of the National Electrical Code is to safeguard people and property from hazards arising from the use of electricity. Its requirements address safety, but not necessarily whether an electrical installation meets the need it was designed to address. The NEC is intended to cover places where the general public or people who are not trained in electrical installations would be working. It is generally intended to cover buildings but not vehicles, like railroad cars, ships, and mobile homes or specialized installations, like mines or electric utility installations that are not publicly accessible The NEC is intended to cover places where the general public or people who are not trained in electrical installations would be working. It is generally intended to cover buildings but not vehicles or specialized installations.
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