I am planning on building a vintage tube radio from schematics. Part of the radio will include its (multi-voltage output) power supply, with an AC power cord, AC switch, and transformers.
Are they any (U.S. legal, regulatory, or commonly accepted good engineering practice) standards that I should follow in sourcing the components (transformer specs, type of cord, fuses, etc.), and performing the wiring and assembly? (soldering, connectors, insulators, shielding, etc.)
The goal would be to end up with a radio that is safe for myself, a family member, or a guest to operate.