The safety of ships, of mobile and fixed offshore units and of their crews, is of prime concern and is largely dependent on the reliable operation of electrical installations, of cables in particular.
Safety at [...]
Electricity is readily available and widely used. Do we question whether what we are doing might be dangerous, either for ourselves or for our entourage? The answer, of course, is no!
That’s thanks to the IEC International Standards that ensure there’s a balanced approach [...]
The theme of the month on e-tech, the IEC’s website, is light and lighting.
Without light, plants wilt, humans wither away. There are accidents in the street, people won’t congregate in public places. There’s no sport or media coverage of any sort. [...]
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