Provided by: e-Hazard Management

NEC for Industrial Installations

e-Hazard Management
This training class was developed to bring your workers up to date on their understanding of the National Electrical Code. During this 5 day class you will learn the latest additions, revisions and changes to the 2014 NEC. Learn how to make your processes and facility compliant, and how the NEC protects workers and property.
Related Jobs or Careers: We recommend personnel with the following work related job titles and responsibilities take this class. Electricians Safety
This is primarily ilt training
Course Level:basic through advanced
Duration:40 hours
Training Presented in:English
Training Provided by e-Hazard Management

NEC for Industrial Installations Seminar Schedule

    Location    
November, 2017
27th Nov   e-Hazard   [Register]
 
March, 2018
5th Mar   e-Hazard   [Register]
 
NEC for Industrial Installations
NEC for Industrial Installations
40 Hour NEC Training Class
Course Description
This five-day class was developed to bring workers up to speed on their understanding of the National Electrical Code (NEC). You will receive a thorough overview of the current code, learn how to make your processes and facility compliant and how the NEC protects workers and property. The following outline includes the major topics covered:
I. General Requirements for Electrical Installations
II. Wiring and Protection
Use and Identification of Grounded Conductors
Branch Circuits, Feeders, Services
Branch-Circuit, Feeder and Service Calculations
Overcurrent Protection
Grounding and Bonding
Surge Arresters, SPDs
III. Wiring Methods and Materials
General Requirements
Conductors for General Wiring
Cabinets, Outlets, Devices, Enclosures
Overview of Cables, Conductors & Raceways
IV. Equipment for General Use
Flexible Cords and Cables
Fixture Wires, Switches, Receptacles
Industrial Control Panels
Luminaires, Lampholders and Lamps
Appliances and Heating Equipment
Motors, Motor Circuits and Controllers
Air-Conditioning and Refrigerating Equipment
Generators and Transformers
Other Equipment
V. Special Occupancies
Hazardous Locations
Commercial Facilities
Health Care Facilities
Assembly Occupancies
Marinas and Boatyards
Temporary Installations
VI. Special Equipment
Electric Signs and Outline Lighting
Cranes and Hoists
Elevators, Escalators, Lifts
Vehicle Charging Systems
Electric Welders
Information Technology Equipment
Industrial Machinery
Integrated Electrical Systems
Wind Electric Systems
VII. Emergency Systems
Standby Systems
Critical Operations Power Systems (COPS)
Circuits and Equipment Operating at Less than 50 Volts
Class 1, 2 and 3 Remote-Control, Signaling and Power-Limited Circuits
Energy Management Systems
Fire Alarm Systems
Optical Fiber Cables and Raceways
VIII. Communications Systems
Communications Circuits
Network-Powered Broadband Communications Systems
Premises-Powered Broadband Communications Systems
IX. Tables
Conduit and Tubing
Dimensions
Conductor P
About The Training Provider: e-Hazard Management
e-Hazard Management - Mission: "We help people who work around electricity go home safely to their families." Since July 29, 2004, e-Hazard has provided a full suite of electrical and arc flash training, arc flash studies and consulting services. We're proud to include more than 500 utilities in the US and abroad, Fortune 100 manufacturers, electrical contractors, and several branches of the US government among...
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