Trying to make sure I am up to code for securing some the AC/BX wiring coming out of my QO main svc panel (QO142M200PCAFVP). Not a lot of room to work with, the joists run a bit over a foot above the panel. I have secured the main feed wire (red) and the main grounding wire (green) to the joist, 4 of the AC/BX circuit wires to the panel board (purple), and the water pipe bond wire to the panel (lime green).
Question 1) Are those secured ok the way they are? I suppose I could staple the green grounding wire to the panel backboard, is it necessary because of the 12" rule? Not sure what else can be done about the red main service feed wire - it wasn't even secured to the joist when the old box was there.
Question 2) I can’t secure the yellow circled AC/BX wire to the panel backboard without taking up one of the ¾ knockouts, all of which I will need for a bigger 6/3 wire (big black one in the background and others to be installed). But as you can see, the yellow AC/BX is secured up at the joist. Is that enough or do I need to figure out a way to secure it on the panel back board? I feel like the requirement of having to staple it “within 12 in. of boxes with cable clamps” may not be followed here.