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Chapter 296-46B WAC

Last Update: 11/5/13

ELECTRICAL SAFETY STANDARDS, ADMINISTRATION, AND INSTALLATION

WAC Sections

PART A
NEC INSTALLATION AMENDMENTS, STANDARDS, INSPECTIONS, AND DEFINITIONS
General.
General definitions.
General—Requirements for electrical installations.
Wiring and protection—Branch circuits.
Wiring and protection—Feeders.
Wiring and protection—Branch circuit, feeder, and service calculations.
Wiring and protection—Outside branch circuits and feeders.
Wiring and protection—Services.
Overcurrent protection.
Wiring and protection—Grounding and bonding.
Wiring methods and materials—Wiring methods.
Wiring methods and materials—Outlet, device, pull and junction boxes.
Wiring methods and materials—Nonmetallic-sheathed cable.
Power and control tray cable—Type TC.
Wiring methods and materials—Electrical metallic tubing.
Wiring methods and materials—Concealed knob-and-tube wiring.
Receptacles, cord connectors, and attachment plugs.
Equipment for general use—Luminaires.
Equipment for general use—Appliances.
Fixed electric space heating equipment.
Motors, motor circuits, and controllers.
Wind driven generator equipment.
Equipment for general use—Transformers and transformer vaults.
Hazardous (classified) locations, Classes I, II, and III, Divisions 1 and 2.
Special occupancies NEC Class I locations.
Class I, Zone 0, 1, and 2 locations.
Special occupancies—Aircraft hangars.
Special occupancies—Motor fuel dispensing facilities.
Special occupancies—Health care facilities.
Special occupancies—Agricultural buildings.
Special occupancies—Mobile homes, manufactured homes and mobile home parks.
Special occupancies—Floating buildings.
Special occupancies—Marinas and boatyards.
Special occupancies—Temporary installations.
Special equipment—Electric signs and outline lighting.
Information technology equipment.
Special equipment—Swimming pools, fountains and similar installations.
Solar photovoltaic systems.
Emergency systems.
Legally required standby systems.
Optional standby systems.
Fire alarm systems.
Communications systems—Communications circuits.
PART B - ELECTRICAL PLAN REVIEW
Electrical work permits and fees.
PART C - PERMITS AND FEES
General—Electrical work permits and fees.
Equipment standards approval, city ordinances.
Equipment standards.
Inspection fees.
PART D - PROVISIONAL PERMITS
Provisional permits.
PART E - CLASS B PERMITS
Class B permits.
PART F - ADMINISTRATIVE
Electrical/telecommunications contractor's license, administrator certificate and examination, master electrician certificate and examination, electrician certificate and examination, copy, and miscellaneous fees.
Electrical testing laboratory and engineer accreditation fees.
Civil penalty schedule.
Electrical/telecommunications license/certificate types and scope of work.
Electrical/telecommunications contractor's license.
Assignment—Administrator or master electrician.
Administrator certificate.
Electrician/certificate of competency required.
Training certificate required.
Qualifying for master, journeyman, specialty electrician examinations.
Administrator and electrician certificate of competency examinations.
Continuing education and classroom education requirements.
Training schools.
Electrical audit.
Enforcement—Installations, licensing, and certification requirements.
Penalties for false statements or material misrepresentations.
Failure to comply with the electrical contractor licensing, administrator certification, or electrician certification laws.
Electrical board—Appeal rights and hearings.
Engineer approval.
Electrical testing laboratory requirements.