Electrical Contractor Magazine is presenting a three part series titled “2014 NEC Outlook” that reviews the significant changes in NEC 2014. Part I reviews some Code-wide revisions and a number of the significant changes in Chapter 1 of the National Electrical Code. As Michael Johnston notes in his article,”…the NEC technical committees acted on 3,745 Code change proposals and 1,625 public comments. There were new articles added to the NEC this cycle.” Understanding these changes can be the difference between compliance and non-compliance, and may possibly save a life.
To fully understand the new NEC 2014, AVO Training is now offering our National Electrical Code 2014 Course that provides the student with a thorough understanding of this standard and is a foundation for safe and compliant construction of electrical systems.
Upcoming National Electrical Code 2014 Course Dates
January 6 – Valley Forge, PA
January 13 – Dallas, TX
January 27 – Portland, OR
February 3 – Dallas, TX