Hi! The title basically says it all. I work in the pipeline industry and although I'm not an EE I am frequently working in classified atmosphere areas and I'd like to increase my general awareness of the NFAP70/NEC. Besides some CUEs, I just want to know enough to recognize potential issues and direct them towards someone qualified to evaluate or repair. For instance I've been in gas handling facilities in the past where I have seen poor electrical workmanship but struggled to explain it in the context of the code. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
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