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Things you really must follow every day – for everyone’s safety: (courtesy of Habitat For Humanity of N.W. Indiana)
The tools you will use all the time...
You should plan on having your own tool pouch / tool set, and bring them to work with you each day.
I suggest you buy a tool or two each week, as finances permit:
The math you need to know – and how to figure it out:
(set aside a half hour or so, to work through it)
Manufacturer-supplied instruction on installing receptacles & switches (© Pass & Seymour):
Typical heights used for outlet box installation:
Guidelines for notching and boring structural wood:
Manufacturer-supplied instructions on installing smoke alarms:
General ideas you should follow every day:
Basic stuff you’re expected to do (and NOT do) each day:
General N.E.C. requirements for rough work:
Some good ideas, from “Wiring 1-2-3”(©), a very helpful book I recommend you buy from Home Depot for about $12:
A form your supervisor might use to evaluate you, every day:
An overview of what you are expected to understand -- and follow...
Reasons why all of us need to always follow the N.E.C. (National Electrical Code):