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My boss has me running 3/4 emt's between 2 panels to move circuits from one panel to another to separate house and tenant circuits for metering.
Doesn't seem right to me, I don't like that it creates a condition where live circuits could be in a de-energized panel- seems dangerous
any code violations in this method- cant find them myself
thank you for any help
 

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My boss has me running 3/4 emt's between 2 panels to move circuits from one panel to another to separate house and tenant circuits for metering.
Doesn't seem right to me, I don't like that it creates a condition where live circuits could be in a de-energized panel- seems dangerous
any code violations in this method- cant find them myself
thank you for any help
It's perfectly acceptable and remember that in the future when working in a dead panel.

The rules are found in 312.8, read all of it.

If your under the 2011 NEC you will have to label the ones passing through
 
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