GROUNDING AND SIMILAR SAFETY ISSUES
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), Centers for Disease Control
This student manual is part of a safety and health curriculum for secondary and post-secondary electrical trades courses. The manual is designed to engage the learner in recognizing, evaluating, and controlling hazards associated with electrical work.
Occupational Safety & Health Administrations
A variety of possible solutions may be implemented to reduce or eliminate the risk of injury associated with electrical work. Examples of solutions include the use of insulation, guarding, grounding, electrical protective devices, and safe work practices. The following references aid in controlling electrical hazards in the workplace.
Illustrated Guide to Electrical Codes
Inspection, Testing, Diagnosis, Repair, & Problem Prevention Advice
Electrical System and Wiring Hazard Inspection, Detection, Cause, Remedy, Prevention, Electrical Inspection Services, Electrical Repair Services
Fuses and Breakers
Learn more about how these parts are to be utilized, with links to related information.
Copper Wiring in Building and in Telecommunications
There are many things to take into consideration when wiring a home for both electrical and telecommunication purposes. In this section, some of the myths and confusion surrounding home wiring are dispelled, as well as some important safety tips.
Electric and magnetic fields (EMFs)
This fact sheet provides answers to basic questions about electric and magnetic fields (EMFs). It explains where EMFs can be found, how they can affect your health and what you can do to reduce exposure to them.
National Electric Code
Provisions and requirements of the National Electric Code are available online for reviewing and/or downloading. Copies of the various component codes are also available online for purchase.
Federal Pacific Electric (FPE) Electrical Hazards Website
This website answers questions about Federal Pacific Electric Stab-Lok electrical panels.