Electrical Safety Codes (1982)

By Henry Kallina, Cable Communications of Iowa

The cable television industry has improved our television viewing for many millions of people. Our industry has contributed to the high technology of the world we live in. We now deliver TV signals of many varied program sources, and we also transport digital signals in our cable systems in both directions. We now use computers in our everyday working on our systems; i.e. doing our billing, system design, and addressing converters. We spend many hours maintaining our systems so that our subscribers have 24 hour service. The various jobs which we perform all have a basic underlying motive-to operate a profitable business and do it safely.

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