Our 2-day Hands-On Electrical Grounding and Bonding course highlights one of the most important but least understood articles in the National Electric Code - Grounding and Bonding. Simply put, proper grounding and bonding protects your employees from electric shock and your plant and equipment from heat and fire by limiting the voltage imposed by lightning, line surges, or unintentional contact with higher-voltage lines as well as a ground-fault (phase-to-ground fault).
Article 250 of the National Electric Code identifies grounding and bonding system installation methods. A properly installed grounding or bonding system for shielding, EMI, static and lightning protection can help prevent cable failures, equipment damage and power quality problems. These systems are also important for personnel protection and compliance with OSHA 1910.301-.308, and .331-.335.
This course takes a deep dive into this topic and is aimed at reducing those risks. Additionally, proper grounding of equipment will also help answer any power quality issues you may be experiencing and prepare your technicians how to insure that the proper procedures and practices and followed but most importantly understood!
BTS can also incorporate your specific equipment into this training to make it more impactful for your employees.
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