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Department of Professional and Financial Regulation/Office of Professional and Occupational Regulati - Adopts the 2017 national electrical code, national fire protection association 70 and replaces the 2014 national electrical code. The amendments in the rules adopt higher, safety standards for the construction industry for electricians and addresses public safety. This change reduces the risk of electric shock, electrocution and fire to the general public and electricians. This change is being adopted in many states as a necessary safety precaution and is encouraged by the national electrical code. [02-318-120]

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