In today’s rapidly evolving technological landscape, maintaining electrical equipment with exceptional is essential to ensuring optimal performance and minimize operational risk. The National Electrical Code is strengthened regarding electrical service and maintenance requirements. NFPA 70B, the Standard for Maintaining Electrical Equipment has also come to the forefront and joins the NEC and NFPA 70E in an Electrical Trilogy of standards that all must be applied to work operations. With this understanding, Electrical contractors are positioned to increasing electrical equipment maintenance and developing preventive maintenance programs that reduce the dreaded “Downtime” customers fear. Some of the key tenants of electrical maintenance include, but are not limited to, general maintenance procedures, service operations, inspecting, testing, maintaining, calibrating, repairing, and reconditioning building electrical systems, equipment, and components. This panel discussion brings together three experts and provides a close look at how the standards work together and increase the levels of safety and reliability through operational best practices. NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace places specific emphasis of getting it right regarding equipment condition of maintenance.