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    Codes and Standards

    Our Commitment

    Our Commitment

    At Schneider Electric, we recognize that our customers have an array of codes, standards and regulations that impact their safety, energy efficiency and day-to-day business operations. Because our products and services are designed to help meet the challenges often posed by these regulations, we have a team of professionals that work each and every day in the codes and standards arena to understand what is changing and how those changes will impact our customers.

    Dedication to Electrical Safety

    The electrical inspector plays a critical key role in the electrical safety system. Inspectors are the eyes of compliance for electrical installations. Because of the important role of the inspector, Schneider Electric participates in many electrical inspector meetings and venues nationwide to provide training and code expertise.

    Solutions for customers by effectively using codes and standards

    Professional resources to help answer questions Our experts have produced numerous technical papers and bulletins that will help you better understand the codes and standards system as well as many of the technical requirements of codes and standards. We work within the codes and standards system to make sure that those new technologies and new approaches to resolving your energy needs are properly addressed in the codes and standards.

    Industry resources

    Schneider Electric, focused on codes and standards Unlike many other industry participants, we have industry professionals focused on codes and standards as their primary job function. This provides our customers with access to a group of knowledgeable professionals that know what the key issues in codes and standards are currently and what is coming in the future.

    Related Links

    • IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
    • IAEI International Association of Electrical Inspectors
    • IEC International Electrotechnical Commission
    • NFPA National Fire Protection Association
    • CSA Canadian Standards Association
    • ANSI American National Standards Institute
    • NEMA The National Electrical Manufacturers Association
    • UL Underwriters Laboratories
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