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Public Review of drafted standard
Each public review packet includes the draft document and a response form. There may also be an explanatory document that gives the purpose or background of the document, but this is optional. The public must submit comments by the due date noted on the response form, which is the day before the "Submit Before This Date" listed in the table, as shown below. The review has ended when that date starts.
Express your opinion!
Below is a document currently under public review. To participate in the review of these documents, please download the necessary forms and documents by using the links provided below. After you submit your comments, you should receive a confirmation within one week.
Document Currently in Public Review:
Document title: BSR E1.51 - 201x, The Selection, Installation, and Use of Single-Conductor Portable Power Feeder Cable Systems for Use at 600 Volts Nominal or Less for the Distribution of Electrical Energy in the Television, Film, Live Performance, and Event Industries in Canada
Scope: E1.51 is intended to offer guidance in accordance with existing applicable standards and regulations in Canada on how to select, install, use, and maintain single-conductor portable feeder cables used to supply power for television, film, live performance, and special events in Canada.
Working group: Electrical Power
Posting Date: June 2, 2016
Submit review before: August 2, 2016
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