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2014 National Electrical Code® with NFPA 70E Awareness and Grounding and Bonding On-Site Training

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Summary

This is an exciting code cycle as the code is being upgraded as much as it is being updated.

Workshop Description/Agenda

5 day Lecture

4.0 Continuing Education Credits

The following subcomponents are available: 2014 National Electrical Code®

This is an exciting code cycle as the code is being upgraded as much as it is being updated. This cycle you'll find a new system-oriented philosophy that will impact employer system usage and cost in a whole new way

The National Electrical Code® is used by all states for industry-wide electrical standards. Ensure your organization is in compliance now so you can avoid reworking your electrical systems. This course benefits individuals who are either at an introductory level or who are experienced in working with electrical systems. By the conclusion of the course, both levels will significantly increase their knowledge, skill level and confidence. The full five-day combination course will also address how to remain safe when working on or around electrical systems. Additionally, you will learn how to maintain electrical systems with the correct grounding and bonding techniques.

If you?re looking for a shorter review of NEC®, you might be interested in the 3-day lecture witch covers the fundamentals: 2014 National Electrical Code®.

Note: 2011 National Electrical Code® is still available for areas that have not yet adopted the 2014 code cycle.

NFPA 70E Electrical Safety Awareness

  • Hazards of electricity (shock, arc, blast)
  • Approach boundaries (shock and flash)
  • Qualified vs. Unqualified vs. Licensed
  • Review of safe related work practices (including test meters, over current protection)
  • Risk categories using the tables in the NFPA 70E
  • PPE with Arc Flash Protection (ATPV or flame retardant)

2014 NEC®

  • Branch circuits and feeders
  • Various calculations
  • Services
  • Conductors and over current protection
  • Wiring methods
  • Review of raceway and boxes
  • Wiring materials: switches, switchboards and panel boards
  • Motors, generators, A/C and refrigeration, plus fire pumps
  • Transformers
  • Special locations
  • Understanding the rules for over current protection
  • Industrial control panels (Article 409)
  • Arc flash labeling (Article 110)
  • Motor disconnect location rules (Article 430)
  • NEC® 2014 Code Changes

Grounding and Bonding

  • Grounding and bonding fundamentals
  • Grounding: electrical systems, electrode conductor, electrodes and an electrode system
  • Grounding and bonding for over 600-volt systems
  • Service equipment and main bonding jumpers
  • Bonding enclosures and equipment
  • Equipment grounding conductors
  • Enclosure and equipment grounding
  • Ground-fault circuit-interrupter protection
  • Calculate a grounded conductor size
  • Sizing an equipment grounding conductor
  • Calculation to increase the size of an EGC

Who Should Attend

If you work with electrical systems and equipment, you need to understand the intricacies of the NEC

Additional Information

Training Provider: National Technology Transfer, Inc.

Course Topics: Industrial Training > National Electrical Code

Training Course Summary: This is an exciting code cycle as the code is being upgraded as much as it is being updated.

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