NFPA

nfpa-logo.jpgPerhaps the most well known of all the safety organizations, the NFPA was founded back in 1896. It's standards & codes help to reduce the risk of fire hazards and more. The NFPA is the world leader on fire prevention and is the one authoritative source on public safety.

NFPA membership worldwide now numbers more than 70,000 professionals from more than 100 nations. The association publishes more than 300 standards & codes comprised from more than 6000 expert volunteers.

 

What's New from the NFPA

The NFPA publishes some of the most popular code books in print today. The 2014 National Electrical Code Handbook is just one such book. The NFPA 70 does so much more than just bring you up to code. The publication provides real-world examples for safety in the workplace.

See more about the 2014 National Electrical Code Handbook.

The 2014 National Electrical Code Paperback has a multitude of revisions and requirements that impact every type of electrical work from residential, commercial, to industrial workplaces. Covered in the text: latest requirements on electrical wiring and equipment installation issues, including minimum provisions for the use of connections, voltage markings, conductors, and cables.

See more about the 2014 National Electrical Code Paperback.

Get a heads up on more than 200 of the most crucial changes that impact your work! IAEI and NFPA, the two major authorities on code interpretation and enforcement, present these vital changes in an easy-to-use format and filled with valuable advice from the experts.

See more about the 2014 Analysis of Change NEC

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