SAFE ELECTRICITY - NESC celebrates a century of safety improvements and looks forward to 100 years more

Date: Jan/Feb 2015
Rural Electric Magazine

Celebrating its 100th birthday, the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) was established to protect utility workers during their very important work on electric lines in the U.S. After examining the NESC's history in this Rural Electric Magazine article, it's time to look at the code of tomorrow. The NESC committee is currently revising the code to make the proper enhancements to adhere with today's standards--set to go into effect in 2017. And every person involved with the electric grid is invited to the table to debate every aspect of the next generation of NESC. Read more.