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2005 National Electrical Code® / Grounding and Bonding On-Site Training

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Summary

Your company needs to know about the NEW 2005 NEC® to be in compliance.

Workshop Description/Agenda

Save $300 by attending 3 days of the NEC plus 2 days of Grounding &
Bonding!

 













Course Times: 8:00am - 4:30pm

Number of Days: 5
Continuing Education Units (CEU): 3.5



YOUR company needs to know about the NEW 2005 NEC® to be in
compliance.


 


Course Description:

 



  • Demystifies the requirements of the National Electrical Code®
    and provides basic instruction on the newest editions.

  • Discusses rules to minimize risk of electricity as a source of electric
    shock and as an ignition source of fire.

  • Clarify and refine your grasp of grounding.

  • It presents the subject via state-of-the-art multimedia presentations in
    order to greatly enhance your ability to understand and retain the material.

  • You will learn about grounding requirements as they relate to Article 250
    and other articles of the 2005 NEC®.

  • Rules to minimize the risk of electricity as a source of electric shock
    and as an ignition source of fires and explosions.

  • You’ll also receive the IAEI Soares Book on Grounding and a copy of the
    2005 National Electrical Code®.




Course Benefits:

 



  • Master the 2005 National Electrical Code®

  • Reduction of on-the-job risk.

  • Minimize the risk of electricity as a source of electric shock.

  • Save time and money by taking both classes at once.




What You Will Learn:

 



  • The purpose and scope of the NEC® and the implications for your
    company.

  • Protective systems and safety measures specific to marine
    petroleum-related environments.

  • Standards will be defined and globalization with "best practices"
    recommendations for each topic covered.

  • The NEC® requirements for grounding.

  • The purpose of grounding and bonding.

  • Types of systems that cannot be grounded.

  • Types of systems that can be operated ungrounded.

  • How to properly identify grounding conductors.

  • When a neutral conductor is a grounded conductor.

  • The various methods of grounding electrical systems.

  • The common elements in clearing ground faults and short circuits.

Who Should Attend

You should attend if you are involved with the installation, service, care,or inspection of electrical systems; includingelectricians, system installers, inspectors,maintenance personnel, troubleshooters,contractors, safety professionals, facilitiesmanagers, engineers, testers, apprentices,consultants, linemen, and utility companypersonnel who have not had formal educationin the NEC® or who need to be updated on thecurrent standards.

Additional Information

Training Provider: National Technology Transfer, Inc.

Course Topics: Industrial Training > National Electrical Code

Training Course Summary: Your company needs to know about the NEW 2005 NEC® to be in compliance.

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