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- Revising the purpose rule to include only the safeguarding of persons and utility facilities and clarifying the application rules.
- Deleting unused definitions and adding definitions for communication and supply space.
- Revising the substation impenetrable fence requirements.
- Adding an exception to exempt underground cable grounding requirements from the grounds in each mile rule under certain conditions.
- Revising and reorganizing the guy insulator placement rules along with eliminating the voltage transfer requirements associated with them.
- Requiring a 40" vertical clearance from communication cables in the communication space if a luminaire is not effectively grounded.
- Deleting the conductance requirement for underground insulating jacketed grounded neutral supply cables, revising the grounding, and bonding rules for supply and communication cables in random separation installations.
- Revising and reorganizing the Grades of Construction Table 242-1 that will now include service drops.
- Revising the strength rules to require that all conductors be considered for damage due to Aeolian vibration.
- Revising the rules in Part 4 to align with changes made to 29 CFR by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).