California code requirements for electrical panel placement height


This document contains information necessary for planning the physical installation of an IBM z13s (z13s) or an IBM LinuxONE Rockhopper 2965 (Rockhopper 2965). It includes physical specifications, power and cooling data, cabling, and various other details required for physical installation planning. The intended audience of this document includes all customer personnel who are responsible for providing the necessary and appropriate environment for successful installation and operation of a z13s or a Rockhopper 2965.

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Installations must conform to the 2008 National Electrical Code, as of September 15th, 2008, the National Electrical Safety Code, and any electrical requirements of the current edition of the Minnesota State Building Code.


All electrical installations must be inspected by the State Board of Electricity or municipalities. Inspectors must be licensed master or journeyman electricians.


All electrical contractors and electricians performing work within the state must be licensed by the State Board of Electricity. There is no city or county licensing. Applicant must pass a written or oral examination; an oral examination shall be administered only to an applicant who furnishes a statement that he or she has a reading disability which would prevent satisfactorily performance on a written test. Types of licenses and qualifications for each are:

Electrical Contractor

must be a licensed master electrician or employ a licensed class “A” or...

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(a) Scope and application.

(1) This section sets forth requirements to protect employees from the hazards associated with steel erection activities involved in the construction, alteration, and/or repair of single and multi-story buildings, bridges, and other structures where steel erection occurs. The requirements of this section apply to employers engaged in steel erection unless otherwise specified.

Exception: This section does not cover electrical transmission towers, communication and broadcast towers, or tanks.

NOTE: Additional requirements for work on steel framed structures are contained in Article 20, Section 1635(b) of these orders.

(2) Steel erection activities include hoisting, connecting, welding, bolting, and rigging structural steel, steel joists and metal buildings; installing metal deck, siding systems, miscellaneous metals, ornamental iron and similar materials; and moving from point-to-point to perform these activities.

(3) The...

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