IEEE C2 is the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers standard for National Electrical Safety Code.
The norm IEEE C2 is a most important document for safeguarding persons against electrical hazards during the installation, operation and maintenance of electric supply and communication lines. More essentially, it includes general updates and critical revisions that directly contact the power utility industry. Adopted by law by the majority of states and Public Service Commissions across the US, the IEEE C2 norm is a performance code considered to be the authoritative source on good electrical engineering practice.
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- National Electrical Safety Code
- Canadian Electrical Code
- PSE law, Japan Electrical Safety Law.
- Slash rating
- Central Electricity Authority Regulations
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