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Get early access to 2024 editions of over 20 codes and standards via NFPA LiNK

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NFPA LiNK is set to unveil 25 additional codes and standards on its digital platform, including the latest edition of the NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. This follows two years of offering interactive digital access to NFPA codes and standards, replacing hardcopy codebooks. The new editions of the codes and standards will be available on May 15, with the 2024 edition of NFPA 70E leading the way.

The NFPA 70E standard offers safe work practices that reduce personnel exposure to major electrical hazards, thus preventing workplace injuries and fatalities from shock, electrocution, arc flash, and arc blast.

Additionally, the standard aids in compliance with OSHA regulations and is an essential tool for professionals worldwide, alongside other codes and standards such as the National Electrical CodeĀ® and NFPA 70B, Standard for Electrical Equipment Maintenance.

Innovation in the field is crucial, especially with staffing shortages and valuable time at an all-time low. Access to the most up-to-date codes and standards is critical for workers in the electrical, fire, and life safety space. The new codes and standards will offer features such as interactive change indicators, navigation tools, and bookmarks, among others.

NFPA LiNK also enables individuals to add personal notes and collaborate with others, share code sections, and work across teams. Additionally, it offers NFPA DiRECT, a situational navigation tool to help professionals identify codes related to their unique projects. The platform aims to promote collaboration, sharing of resources, and planning while designing and building.

To complement the platform, NFPA has launched a supplementary NFPA LiNK YouTube channel, providing users with tutorials and quick-start video guides for optimizing the platform. The channel also includes industry-specific codes, classifications, and requirements for electrical, fire, and life safety.

For more information about NFPA LiNK, interested parties can visit nfpa.org/LiNK and sign up for a free trial.

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