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IEEE has launched work on a new standard, PC37.20.8, “Standard for Metal-Enclosed Low-Voltage (3200V and Below) Direct Current Power Circuit Breaker Switchgear for Traction Power Applications”. The intent of the project is to identify specific requirements of metal-enclosed low-voltage direct current power circuit breaker switchgear used in traction power applications.
May 26, 2009IEEE has launched work on a new standard, PC37.20.8 “Standard for Metal-Enclosed Low-Voltage (3200V and Below) Direct Current Power Circuit Breaker Switchgear for Traction Power Applications”. The intent of the project is to identify specific requirements of metal-enclosed low-voltage direct current power circuit breaker switchgear used in traction power applications.
Ontario’s Electrical Safety Authority (ESA) is issuing the 24th edition of the Ontario Electrical Safety Code (2009) on May 1, following the Government of Ontario’s approval earlier this year.
Ted Olechna, provincial code engineer with the Electrical Safety Authority (ESA), informs us that ESA is accepting comments on its proposed amendments to the 2009 Ontario Electrical Safety Code (OESC) until September 1, 2009.
The CSA-OBIEC (objective-based industrial electrical code) Technical Committee has approved two standards: C22.4 No. 1, Objective-based industrial electrical code, and C22.4 No. 2, OBIEC Safety management system-Requirements. These OBIEC standards are intended for use by authorized industrial users as an alternative to the Canadian Electrical Code.
CSA asks: “With the advent of new rules and regulations, electrical safety increasingly affects you, your company and your workers... will you be ready?"
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