As always thanks. Just wanted to see what you thought.
The post above that was tragic, that would not have happened if the new guide lines of NFPA 70e were being followed. Just finished my last class(12 total, once annually) 3 weeks before I retired. I'll have to say that if NFPA 70E were followed there would be few if any accidents from electric. I did electric work(hands on) for 29 years and feel lucky I never got hurt by it. Yes I've been shocked and yes it hurt some but always walked away after the job was finished. So I did some the old way and a lot the new way. The new way is safer. It all comes down to training and culture change. Thanks