EPISODE 4 FEATURED SPEAKERS
Tom Domitrovich, vice president, Technical Sales for Eaton’s Bussmann Division
Larry Ayer, vice president, Biz Com Electric
David Williams, electrical inspector, Delta Charter Township
Watch experts from the electrical industry and Eaton offer their take on changes to the 2020 National Electrical Code (NEC). Get a better understanding of how the Code is updated, recent changes and what to expect as the 2023 code takes shape.
Register now to get insights needed to:
Understand how code updates are made
Learn about the biggest factors that go into updating the Code during each review cycle, who participates in code-making panels and how updates are determined and approved. We’ll also debunk some of the myths and misconceptions about how code updates are made. Hint, they’re not just driven by manufacturers.
Implement updates to the 2020 NEC
We’ll discuss some of the biggest modifications to the Code and go behind the scenes to understand the process that drove the changes. A wide variety of updates will be discussed: from GFCI expansion to load calculations for LED lighting to service entrance changes. We’ll look at some of the drivers behind these changes and where industry can turn to get more information.
Prepare for the 2023 code
A conversation around the additions we can expect to see that weren’t included in the latest update and how businesses can prepare for upcoming changes while also helping encourage adoption of the changes in their own states.
For anyone interested in how and why updates to the Code are adopted, Current Thinking: Keeping up with the Code is a must-see broadcast! Register today.
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