18 Jul 2017 NEC Requirements for Grounding and Bonding Seminar – Eck Supply
In this seminar, Don Hursey will walk you through the often confusing NEC rules for Electrical Grounding and Bonding to ensure long-term safety and reduced maintenance. Based on the National Electrical Code (NEC).
This course is approved for 8 hours of continuing education in North Carolina by the NC State Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors (NCBEEC).
To better understand the general requirements for grounding and bonding of electrical installations and six specific requirements.
1. Systems, circuits, and equipment required, permitted, or not permitted to be grounded.
2. Circuit conductor to be grounded on grounded systems.
3. Location of grounding connections
4. Types and sizes of grounding and bonding conductors and electrodes.
5. Methods of grounding and bonding.
6. Conditions under which guards, isolation, or insulation may be substituted for grounding.
Continuing Education Credits Available!
(10% discount for 3 or more from the same company)
Or, contact us at 301-909-2630 for registration
8:00am to 5:00pm
Hampton Inn & Suites Raleigh Crabtree Valley
3920 Arrow Drive
Raleigh, NC 27612
You can purchase the 2017 NFPA 70 NEC Softbound Edition for a special seminar rate of $89!
• Equipment bonding jumper
• Main bonding jumper
• System bonding jumper
• Grounded Conductor
• Equipment grounding conductor
• Grounding electrode conductor
• Supply side bonding jumper
AND MUCH MORE!
Who Should Attend?
• Qualified Workers
About the Instructor
Don Hursey retired as Durham City/County Senior Electrical Inspector after 33 years of service. He is a licensed electrical contractor for North Carolina. He received the “Instructor of the Year” Award in 2004 from the NC Board of Examiners of Electrical Contractors, and in 2008 he received the North Carolina “Electrical Inspector of the Year” Award from the NC Chapter of the IAEI. Mr. Hursey is a member of the North Carolina Ellis Cannady Chapter of IAEI Education Committee and NFPA 72 Committee. He is also the North Carolina State Fair Electrical Apprenticeship Contest Judge. Mr. Hursey is also an instructor for NFPA, UL, Southeastern OSHA Training Institute Education Center and Contracting Classes.
CapitalTristate and Eck Supply (soon to be Capital Electric) is now an International Code Council (ICC) “Preferred Education Provider”. Did you know that our 2017 NEC Analysis of Changes Course is now an ICC approved course?