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      Q: Is it required to keep electrical panels locked even if they are behind doors that are restricted by card-access readers? Does it depend on which AHJ…

      Bob Armbrister | Oct 7, 2019
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      Q: I am curious if you know of any regulations that deal specifically with LTC residents with oxygen supply and beauty salons. We have a salon in house,…

      Bob Armbrister | Oct 2, 2019
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      Bob Armbrister | Sep 30, 2019
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      Bob Armbrister | Aug 5, 2019
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      Q: What is the clearance required in front of electrical distribution panels?

      Bob Armbrister | Jul 8, 2019
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      Q: Are there any life safety rules regarding the use of extension cords in the operating room?

      Bob Armbrister | Mar 11, 2019
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      Bob Armbrister | Nov 10, 2018
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      Continuing in a series of strange things that I have seen while consulting at hospitals...

      Bob Armbrister | Aug 2, 2018
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      Q: What required inspections are needed for non-patient care electrical equipment and at what intervals should they be completed in. I cannot find…

      Bob Armbrister | Jun 15, 2018
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      Q: All of our receptacles in patient care rooms are hospital grade and therefore do not have to be tested annually, correct? What I don't understand is…

      Bob Armbrister | May 22, 2018