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Electrical Inspection ChecklistsThis pdf contains 77 electrical inspection checklists taken from the 2014 Electrical Inspection Manual withChecklists. The checklists are in PDF format and can be completed electronically or printed and used as hard copy.The checklists are intended to help inspectors keep track of the numerous aspects of an electrical installationthat must be checked, verified, reviewed, determined, or otherwise examined for NEC compliance. The checklistsare also intended to serve as an organizational tool for contractors, project managers, or anyone who conducts,receives, or is responsible for electrical inspections, or who may wish to perform self-inspections, of electricalinstallations.The checklists are organized as follows: Chapter 1: Introduction— Checklist 1-1: General Safety Checklist for Electrical Inspections Chapter 2: General Requirements Inspections— Checklist 2-1: General Requirements for Electrical Inspections Chapter 3: Wiring Methods and Devices— Checklist 3-1: General Wiring Methods— Checklist 3-2: Boxes and Conduit Bodies— Checklist 3-3: Cabinets and Cutout Boxes— Checklist 3-4: Switches and Receptacles Chapter 4: Services, Feeders, and Branch Circuits— Checklist 4-1: Services— Checklist 4-2: Feeders— Checklist 4-3: Branch Circuits Chapter 5: Grounding and Bonding— Checklist 5-1: Service Grounding and Bonding— Checklist 5-2: Equipment Grounding and Bonding Chapter 6: Dwelling Units and Mobile/Manufactured Home Sites— Checklist 6-1: Residential Rough Inspection: General Requirements (All Areas)— Checklist 6-2: Residential Rough Inspection: Kitchen— Checklist 6-3: Residential Rough Inspection: Dining Room— Checklist 6-4: Residential Rough Inspection: Bathrooms— Checklist 6-5: Residential Rough Inspection: Other Habitable Rooms(Bedrooms, Family Rooms, Parlors, and Dens)— Checklist 6-6: Residential Rough Inspection: Hallways and Foyers— Checklist 6-7: Residential Rough Inspection: Stairways— Checklist 6-8: Residential Rough Inspection: Closets— Checklist 6-9: Residential Rough Inspection: Laundry Area— Checklist 6-10: Residential Rough Inspection: Basements and Attics— Checklist 6-11: Residential Rough Inspection: Attached Garages and Detached Garages orAccessory Buildings With Electric Power— Checklist 6-12: Residential Rough Inspection: Outdoors— Checklist 6-13: Residential Rough Inspection: Services and Feeders and System Grounding— Checklist 6-14: Residential Rough Inspection: Feeders and PanelboardsCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 11/28/14 9:32 AM

Electrical Inspection Manual Checklists— Checklist 6-15: Residential Finish Inspection: General Requirements (All Areas)— Checklist 6-16: Residential Finish Inspection: Kitchen— Checklist 6-17: Residential Finish Inspection: Dining Room— Checklist 6-18: Residential Finish Inspection: Bathrooms— Checklist 6-19: Residential Finish Inspection: Other Habitable Rooms(Bedrooms, Family Rooms, Parlors, and Dens)— Checklist 6-20: Residential Finish Inspection: Hallways and Foyers— Checklist 6-21: Residential Finish Inspection: Stairways— Checklist 6-22: Residential Finish Inspection: Closets— Checklist 6-23: Residential Finish Inspection: Laundry Area— Checklist 6-24: Residential Finish Inspection: Basements and Attics— Checklist 6-25: Residential Finish Inspection: Attached Garages and Detached Garages or Accessory BuildingsWith Electric Power— Checklist 6-26: Residential Finish Inspection: Outdoors— Checklist 6-27: Residential Finish Inspection: Service Equipment, Feeders, and Panelboards— Checklist 6-28: Residential Finish Inspection: Mobile/Manufactured Home Site Inspections Chapter 7: Commercial and Industrial Inspections— Checklist 7-1: Motors— Checklist 7-2: Air-Conditioning and Refrigerating Equipment— Checklist 7-3: Transformers— Checklist 7-4: Capacitors— Checklist 7-5: Elevators, Dumbwaiters, Escalators, Platform Lifts, and Stairway Chairlifts— Checklist 7-6: Electric-Vehicle-Charging Equipment— Checklist 7-7: Signs and Outline Lighting— Checklist 7-8: Field-Installed Skeleton Tubing (Neon) and Wiring Chapter 8: Hazardous Locations— Checklist 8-1: Class I Locations— Checklist 8-2: Class II Locations— Checklist 8-3: Class III Locations— Checklist 8-4: Commercial Garages— Checklist 8-5: Aircraft Hangars— Checklist 8-6: Motor Fuel-Dispensing Facilities— Checklist 8-7: Bulk Storage Plants— Checklist 8-8: Spray Application, Dipping, and Coating Processes Chapter 9: Special Occupancies— Checklist 9-1: Health Care Facilities— Checklist 9-2: Assembly Occupancies— Checklist 9-3: Theaters and Audience Areas of Motion Picture Studios— Checklist 9-4: Carnivals, Circuses, Fairs, and Similar Events— Checklist 9-5: Agricultural Buildings— Checklist 9-6: Recreational Vehicle Parks— Checklist 9-7: Marinas and Boatyards Chapter 10: Swimming Pools and Related Installations— Checklist 10-1: Initial Inspection: Prior to Pouring of Concrete or Burial— Checklist 10-2: Intermediate and Final Inspections— Checklist 10-3: Storable Swimming Pools and Storable Spas and Hot Tubs— Checklist 10-4: Spas and Hot Tubs: All Installations— Checklist 10-5: Spas and Hot Tubs: Indoor Installations Only— Checklist 10-6: Fountains— Checklist 10-7: Therapeutic Pools and Tubs— Checklist 10-8: Hydromassage BathtubsCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 21/29/14 2:04 PM

Electrical Inspection Manual Checklists Chapter 11: Emergency and Standby Systems and Fire Pumps— Checklist 11-1: Emergency Systems— Checklist 11-2: Legally Required Standby Systems— Checklist 11-3: Optional Standby Systems— Checklist 11-4: Fire Pumps Chapter 12: Remote-Control, Signaling, and Fire Alarm Circuits and Optical Fiber Cables— Checklist 12-1: Class 1, Class 2, Class 3, Remote-Control, Signaling, and Power-Limited Circuits— Checklist 12-2: Fire Alarm Systems— Checklist 12-3: Optical Fiber Cables and RacewaysCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 31/28/14 9:32 AM

Electrical Inspection nts:Checklist 1-1: General Safety Checklist for Electrical Inspections ItemBasic Hazard Analysis1.Does the inspection task involve exposed energized conductors or circuit parts?2.Can the risk of exposure to electrical hazards be justified?3.What is the voltage of the equipment that requires inspection?4.Where are the approach boundaries for shock protection?5.Will the inspection involve crossing any of the approach boundaries?6.Has an incident energy analysis been performed for the equipment?Copyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 1Comments1 of 21/14/14 2:26 PM

IntroductionChecklist 1-1: General Safety Checklist for Electrical Inspections (cont.) ItemBasic Hazard AnalysisComments7.Are the available short-circuit current and clearing times known?8.Where is the Arc Flash Boundary?9.Will any part of the body be within the Arc Flash Boundary?10.How will PPE for arc flash protection be selected?11.Is the appropriate arc-rated PPE available?12.Is the inspector qualified for this specific task and risk?Source: Data from NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, 2012.Print This ChecklistCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 22 of 21/14/14 2:26 PM

Electrical Inspection ChecklistGeneral Requirements ist 2-1: General Requirements for Electrical Inspections Inspection ActivityNEC Reference1.Identify installations or parts of installations that are covered bythe NEC.90.2(A) and (B)2.Verify that installations have been made in accordance with theinstructions included in listing and labeling of materials andequipment.90.7, 110.3(B)3.Identify installations and equipment requiring special approval orinvestigation.4.Verify that interrupting ratings and short-circuit current ratingsare adequate for the conditions of the installation.110.9, 110.10,110.245.Verify that unused openings have been effectively closed.110.12(A),408.76.Check for broken or damaged parts and contamination by foreignmaterials.110.12(C)7.Check for secure mounting and adequate ventilation space forequipment.110.13ItemCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 1Comments90.4, 90.7,110.2, 110.31 of 21/14/14 2:26 PM

General Requirements InspectionsChecklist 2-1: General Requirements for Electrical Inspections (cont.) Inspection ActivityNEC Reference8.Check for proper use and ratings of splices and terminations.110.14(A) and(B)9.Check temperature ratings of terminations.110.14(C)10.Check for arc flash protection warning signs.110.1611.Check for markings on enclosures and verify appropriate ratingsfor the environment.110.2812.Verify adequate working clearances, dedicated spaces, andheadroom around equipment.13.Verify that working space and dedicated space are not used forstorage.14.Check adequacy of entrance to and egress from working space in 110.26(C),general and verify that spaces containing large equipment have at 110.26(C)(2)least two entrances/exits or the equivalent.15.Verify that working spaces have adequate illumination.110.26(D)16.Check for identification of disconnecting means and circuitdirectories for panelboards, switchboards, switchgear and similarequipment.110.22, 408.4ItemComments110.26(A) and(E)110.26(B)Source: Data from NFPA 70E, Electrical Safety in the Workplace, 2009.Print This ChecklistCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 22 of 21/14/14 2:26 PM

Electrical Inspection ChecklistWiring Methods and DevicesDate:Inspector:Location:Comments:Checklist 3-1: General Wiring Methods ItemInspection ActivityNEC Reference1.Identify the wiring methods in use and verify their suitability for theoccupancy and conditions.Various Chapter 3articles2.Verify that all conductors of a circuit are grouped together.300.3(B), 210.4(D)and 404.2(C)3.Check insulation values where conductors of different systemsshare common enclosures.300.3(C)(1) and (2)4.Check wiring methods for spacing from edges of framing and forprotection from nails and screws.300.4(A), (B), (D), (E),and (F)5.Check for insulating bushings or grommets where NM cable isinstalled through metal studs or where insulated conductors 4 AWGor larger enter enclosures.300.4(B)(1) and (G)6.Check cover, fill, protection, and allowances for ground movementon underground conductors and raceways.300.5 and Table300.57.Verify that electrical raceways and cable trays are used exclusivelyfor electrical conductors.300.8Copyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 1Comments1 of 51/14/14 2:26 PM

Wiring Methods and DevicesChecklist 3-1: General Wiring Methods (cont.) ItemInspection ActivityNEC Reference8.Check for continuity and completeness in metal raceways andenclosures.300.109.Verify that wiring methods are securely fastened in place, supported 300.11 and applicableindependently of suspended ceilings, and not used as supports.Chapter 3 article(s)10.Check for continuity of grounded conductors in multiwire branchcircuits.300.13(B)11.Check for adequate length of free conductors in boxes.300.1412.Verify that boxes are installed at junction, splice, outlet, switch, andpull points.300.1513.Check conductor fill in raceways.300.1714.Verify that raceway systems are complete prior to installation ofconductors.300.18(A)15.Check vertical raceways for adequate conductor supports.300.1916.Verify that fire ratings have been restored at electrical penetrations. 300.2117.Check installations of wiring in ducts, plenums, and other airhandling spaces for proper methods and materials.300.2218.Verify that access to equipment behind removable panels is notcompromised by cables, raceways, or equipment.300.23CommentsPrint This ChecklistCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 22 of 51/14/14 2:26 PM

Wiring Methods and DevicesChecklist 3-2: Boxes and Conduit Bodies ItemInspection ActivityNEC Reference1.Identify wet and damp locations and the suitability of boxes andfittings.314.152.Check boxes and conduit bodies for adequate space for conductors.314.163.Verify that boxes and conduit bodies for conductors 4 AWG andlarger are adequately sized.314.284.Verify that raceways and cables are secured to boxes.314.17(B) and (C)5.Check for closure of unused openings other than those permitted aspart of the design of listed equipment.314.17(A), 110.12(A)6.Verify that boxes in walls and ceilings are flush with the finishedsurface or, if surfaces are noncombustible, within 1 4 in. (6 mm) ofthe finished surface.314.207.Check for excessive gaps between edges of boxes and plaster,plasterboard, or drywall surfaces.314.218.Verify that boxes are securely fastened and supported.314.239.Check boxes for adequate depth for the equipment that will beinstalled within them.314.2410.Check for covers or canopies on boxes.314.25, 314.28(C)11.Check lighting fixture outlet boxes for suitability.314.27(A), (B),and (C)12.Check floor boxes and receptacle/cover assemblies for listing.314.27(C)13.Check listing and installation of boxes used for support of ceilingsuspended (paddle) fans.314.27(C), 422.1814.Verify that all boxes are accessible.314.2915.Verify that support means for nonmetallic boxes are outside the boxor otherwise isolated from contact with conductors.314.43CommentsPrint This ChecklistCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 33 of 51/14/14 2:26 PM

Wiring Methods and DevicesChecklist 3-3: Cabinets and Cutout Boxes ItemInspection ActivityNEC Reference1.Verify that cabinets or cutout boxes are suitable and properlyinstalled in any wet or damp locations.312.22.Verify that cabinets in walls do not have excessive gaps at theedges and are flush with the finished surface or, if surfaces arenoncombustible, within 1 4 in. (6 mm) of the finished surface.312.3, 312.43.Check for closure of conductor openings.312.5(A)4.Verify that cables are secured to cabinets and cutout boxes orthat the conditions for cables with nonmetallic sheaths are met.312.5(C)5.Check wiring and bending space in cabinets and cutout boxes.312.66.Check cabinets and cutout boxes for adequate space forconductors and for splices and taps where they exist.312.7, 312.8CommentsPrint This ChecklistCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 44 of 51/14/14 2:26 PM

Wiring Methods and DevicesChecklist 3-4: Switches and Receptacles ItemInspection ActivityNEC Reference1.Verify that all switching is done in the ungrounded conductors.404.22.Verify that any switches in wet locations are properly installed inweatherproof enclosures.404.43.Verify that switches are located not over 6 ft 7 in. (2.0 m) high and 404.8(A),that they can be operated from readily accessible places unless240.24(A)otherwise permitted.4.Verify that the voltage between adjacent grouped or gangeddevices is not over 300 volts or that barriers are installed.5.Verify that metal switch boxes, switches, and any metal faceplates 404.9(B), 404.12are grounded.6.Verify that switches or receptacles in boxes have their plasterears seated against the wall surface or the box.404.10(B),406.5(A), and (B)7.Verify that switches and receptacles are used within their ratings.404.14, 406.3(A),430.1098.Verify that general-use dimmers are installed only for control ofpermanently installed incandescent lighting.404.14(E)9.Check the listing and marking of any switches or receptaclesused with aluminum conductors.404.14(C),406.3(C), 110.1410.Check receptacles in wet or damp locations for proper covers and 406.9enclosures and weather-resistant ratings.11.Verify that isolated ground receptacles are properly identified and 406.3(D)connected to isolated grounding conductors.12.Check that receptacles project from metal faceplates or areflush with nonmetallic faceplates and that the faceplates coveropenings.406.5(D), 406.613.Check receptacles for proper polarity and for grounding andbonding connections.406.4, 250.146,200.1114.Verify that receptacle ratings and branch-circuit ratings arecompatible.210.21, 210.24Comments404.8(B) and (C)Print This ChecklistCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 55 of 51/14/14 2:26 PM

Electrical Inspection ChecklistServices, Feeders, and Branch CircuitsDate:Inspector:Location:Comments:Checklist 4-1: Services Inspection ActivityNEC Reference1.Verify that each building or structure has only one serviceor, if more than one, that additional services are justified andidentified.230.22.Verify that each service drop or lateral supplies only one setof service-entrance conductors or, if more than one, that theadditional sets are justified and identified.230.40, 230.40Exception No. 1,230.23.Check clearances from building openings, grade, roadway,roofs, and swimming pools.230.9, 230.24, 680.84.Verify that the point of attachment for an overhead service dropis adequate and will provide minimum clearances.230.26, 230.275.Verify that masts used as supports for service-drop conductorshave adequate strength and are not used to support otherconductors or equipment.230.286.Verify that supports for service conductors passing over a roofare adequate and substantial.230.297.Check underground conductors for adequate burial depth andprotection.230.32, 230.50,300.5ItemCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 1Comments1 of 51/14/14 2:26 PM

Services, Feeders, and Branch CircuitsChecklist 4-1: Services (cont.) Inspection ActivityNEC Reference8.Check above-ground conductors and cables for adequatesupports and protection from physical damage.230.50, 230.519.Verify that wiring methods and support systems for serviceentrance conductors are suitable.230.43, 230.4410.Verify that service raceways are arranged to drain and thatservice heads are raintight and properly located.230.53, 230.5411.Check service conductors for adequate size and rating.230.23, 230.3112.Verify that service equipment is identified as suitable for thatuse.230.6613.Verify that a service disconnecting means is provided, suitable,and located outside or inside nearest the point of entrance ofthe service conductors.230.7014.Verify that service overcurrent protection is provided, properlysized, and part of or adjacent to the disconnecting means.230.90, 230.9115.Verify that service disconnects are grouped together andlimited to six in any one location.230.71, 230.7216.Check ratings of service disconnecting means.110.24, 230.79,230.8017.Check for equipment connected to the supply side of theservice disconnecting means and overcurrent protection.230.82, 230.9418.Verify that ground-fault protection is supplied where required,and obtain a written record of performance testing.230.95ItemCommentsPrint This ChecklistCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 22 of 51/14/14 2:26 PM

Services, Feeders, and Branch CircuitsChecklist 4-2: Feeders ItemInspection ActivityNEC Reference1.Verify that feeder conductors, including any required neutralconductors, are adequate for the load.215.2, 220.40,220.61, 215.52.Check overcurrent device and feeder conductor sizing forcontinuous and noncontinuous loads.220.61, 215.2, 215.33.Check wiring methods for suitability.NEC Chapter 34.Check feeders with disconnecting means rated at 1000 amperes 215.10, 230.95or greater for ground-fault protection for equipment if required.5.Verify that disconnects are provided at separate structures forfeeders running between structures.Article 225, Part II,225.326.Verify that disconnects at separate structures are properlyrated, located, grouped, and identified.Article 225, Part II7.Verify that any outside feeders use appropriate wiring methodsand are properly supported and arranged to drain.225.10, 225.20through 225.228.Check any outside feeders for adequate supports, clearances,and mechanical protection.225.15 through225.209.Verify that feeders supplied from transformers or from otherfeeders are properly protected by overcurrent devices.240.4(E) and (F),240.21(B) and (C)10.Check panelboards supplying or supplied by feeders forovercurrent protection, grounding, and proper enclosures.408.36 through408.4011.Verify that an identification scheme for ungrounded feederconductors has been established and made readily available orposted where the premises wiring system has feeders that aresupplied by more than one nominal voltage system.215.12(C)CommentsPrint This ChecklistCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 33 of 51/14/14 2:26 PM

Services, Feeders, and Branch CircuitsChecklist 4-3: Branch Circuits Inspection ActivityNEC Reference1.Verify that wiring methods used are appropriate for the conditionsand occupancy.NEC Chapter 32.Check panelboards for proper overcurrent protection.408.36 through408.403.Check individual and multioutlet branch circuits for proper ratings.210.34.Check conductors and overcurrent protection for consideration ofcontinuous and noncontinuous loads, multioutlet loads, and minimumampacity and size.210.19, 210.20,Article 220, 310.155.Check branch circuits supplying receptacles and other outlet devices 210.21, 210.24for permitted ratings of circuits and receptacles.6.Verify that branch-circuit loads do not exceed maximum permittedloads.201.22, 210.23,220.10 through220.14, 220.187.Verify that branch circuits supplying motors are sized accordingto Article 430 or 440 and that inductive lighting loads are based onballast ratings.220.14(C), 220.188.Verify that branch circuits are used to supply only permissible loadsbased on their ratings.201.22, 210.239.Verify that the number of branch circuits is adequate and that theload is evenly proportioned among the branch circuits.210.11, 220.1210.Check for compliance with branch-circuit voltage limitations.210.611.Verify that branch circuits for specific loads meet the requirements of 210.2, 422.12,the applicable articles.422.13, 424.3,424.2212.Check for proper use and identification of multiwire branch circuits.13.Check for required receptacles and lighting at mechanical equipment 210.63, 210.64,and service equipment.210.70(A)(3),210.70(C)14.Check for required outlets or receptacles for show windows andsigns.ItemCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 4Comments210.4210.62, 220.14(G),600.5(A),220.14(F)4 of 51/14/14 2:26 PM

Services, Feeders, and Branch CircuitsChecklist 4-3: Branch Circuits (cont.) ItemNEC ReferenceInspection Activity15.Verify that receptacles are provided for all cord-and-plug–connected 210.50, 400.7,appliances and where other flexible cords are used.400.816.Verify that GFCI protection is provided for receptacles in bathrooms,in kitchens, near sinks, outdoors, on rooftops, in indoor wet areas, inlocker rooms with showers, and in garages.210.8(B)17.Verify that disconnects are provided at separate structures forbranch circuits running between structures.Article 225, Part II18.Check for adequate size and clearances for outside branch circuits.225.6, 225.18,225.1919.210.5(C)Verify that an identification scheme for ungrounded branch-circuitconductors has been established and made readily available orposted where the premises wiring system has branch circuits that aresupplied by more than one nominal voltage system.CommentsPrint This ChecklistCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 55 of 51/14/14 2:26 PM

Electrical Inspection ChecklistGrounding and BondingDate:Inspector:Location:Comments:Checklist 5-1: Service Grounding and Bonding ItemInspection ActivityNEC Reference1.Determine what grounding electrodes are present on thepremises.250.50,250.52(A)(1)through (7)2.Determine which other electrodes are required or used.250.52(A)(4)through (8)3.Verify that the grounding electrode conductor or conductors andbonding jumpers are properly sized.250.66,250.64(F),250.53(C)4.Verify that the grounding electrode conductors are protected andsecured.250.64(A) and(B)5.Verify that grounding electrode conductor enclosures areproperly bonded.250.64(E)6.Verify that the grounding electrode conductor is either unsplicedor spliced using appropriate methods.250.64(C),250.64(F)7.Check for correct size and installation of any rod, pipe, or plateelectrodes.250.52,250.53(A), (B),and (G)Copyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 1Comments1 of 31/14/14 2:26 PM

Grounding and BondingChecklist 5-1: Service Grounding and Bonding (cont.) ItemInspection ActivityNEC Reference8.Verify the accessibility of grounding electrode conductorconnections.250.68(A)9.Check for proper grounding electrode conductor connections,including buried connections.250.7010.Verify that metal water pipe installed in or attached to a structureis bonded.250.104(A)11.Verify that exposed structural building frames are bonded.250.104(C)12.Check for proper size and length of bonding jumpers aroundwater meters and the like.250.66,250.68(B),250.52(A)(1)13.Check the size, type, and installation of the main bonding jumper.250.24(B),250.2814.Verify that service raceways and enclosures are correctly bonded. 250.92(A),250.92(B),250.10215.Check the size of service-equipment supply-side bonding jumpers. 250.102(C)16.Verify that the grounded service conductor size is adequate.220.61,250.24(C)17.Check separately derived systems for proper groundingelectrodes, grounding electrode conductors, and system bondingjumpers.250.30(A)18.Verify that water pipe and structural metal building frames in thearea served by each separately derived system are bonded.250.104(D)(1),250.104(D)(2)19.Verify that an intersystem bonding termination has been provided.250.9420.Verify that where a wire-type EGC is also used as a grounding250.121electrode conductor, it meets all applicable requirements for both Exceptiongrounding electrode conductors and EGCs.CommentsPrint This ChecklistCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 22 of 31/14/14 2:26 PM

Grounding and BondingChecklist 5-2: Equipment Grounding and Bonding ItemInspection ActivityNEC Reference1.Identify equipment that is required to be grounded.250.110,250.112,250.114,250.1162.Verify appropriate grounding methods for equipment fastened inplace or connected by permanent wiring methods.250.134,250.1363.Verify appropriate types of EGCs.250.1184.Check separate EGCs for proper sizing and identification.250.122,250.1195.Check connections of EGCs within outlet boxes.250.146,250.148, 250.86.Verify that proper methods are used to bond receptacles to boxes. 250.146, 250.87.Check installation of equipment bonding jumpers, especiallywhere flexible connections or cords are used.250.96,250.102,250.118,314.22, 350.60,348.608.Verify grounding of panelboard enclosures and connections ofEGCs to panelboard metallic enclosures.408.409.Verify proper grounding at separate buildings or structures.250.3210.Check equipment grounding of electric ranges and clothes dryers. 250.140,250.14211.Verify bonding of equipment operating at over 250 volts to ground. 250.9712.Check installations with isolated grounding conductors for properconnections and for grounding of the associated enclosures andwiring tion13.Check for occupancies or equipment with special grounding orbonding requirements.250.3CommentsPrint This ChecklistCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 33 of 31/14/14 2:26 PM

Electrical Inspection ChecklistDwelling Units and Mobile/ManufacturedHome SitesDate:Inspector:Location:Comments:Checklist 6-1: Residential Rough Inspection: General Requirements (All Areas) Inspection ActivityNEC Reference1.Check wiring methods (usually cable assemblies) for support andsuitability for the conditions.NEC Chapters3, 7, and 8, Art334, 314.172.Check cable installation through or parallel to framing membersand furring strips for 1¼-in. (32-mm) clearance or protectivesteel plates.300.43.Check boxes for suitability for the use.314.15, 314.274.Verify that boxes are installed in accessible locations for alljunctions and outlets and pull points.300.15, 314.295.Check that cables are secured to boxes.314.17(B) and(C)6.Check boxes for conductor fill.314.16ItemCopyright 2015 by Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC, an Ascend Learning Company9781284041835 Checklist.indd 1Comments1 of 311/14/14 2:26 PM

Dwelling Units and Mobile/Manufactured Home SitesChecklist 6-1: Residential Rough Inspection: General Requirements (All Areas) (cont.) Inspection ActivityNEC Reference7.Check positioning of boxes that are intended to be flush withcombustible and noncombustible finished surfaces.314.208.Check for splicing devices on all equipment grounding conductors 250.8, 250.86,within boxes and bonding connections to metal boxes.250.146,250.1489.Check equipment grounding conductors for suitability and size.250.118,250.12210.Check boxes used in floors or for support of ceiling fans forlisting.314.27(B) and(C)11.Check recessed luminaires for clearances from combustibles andinsulation.410.116(A)(1),410.116(B)12.Check cables installed in contact with thermal insulation orwithout maintaining spacing (fire- or draft-stopped, etc.), forpossible adjustment factors.33

— Checklist 10-1: Initial Inspection: Prior to Pouring of Concrete or Burial — Checklist 10-2: Intermediate and Final Inspections — Checklist 10-3: Storable Swimming Pools and Storable Spas and Hot Tubs — Checklist 10-4: Spas and Hot Tubs: All Installations — Checklist