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OSHA 10, 2017 NEC Changes and Bonding and Grounding - $319.00
Continuous Education

OSHA 10, 2017 NEC Changes and Bonding and Grounding

This OSHA 10 online training course teaches recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces.


 


Learn the 2017 Code Changes and gain a solid understanding of Bonding and Grounding in an easy to use online course.


This course will clearly explain the significant changes found in Articles 90-455 of the NEC including:



  • General Requirements

  • Wiring and Protection

  • Grounding versus Bonding

  • Wiring Methods and Materials


This course will also cover significant changes found in Articles 500-820 (excluding article 690) of the NEC including:



  • Equipment for General use

  • Special Occupancies

  • Special Equipment

  • Special Conditions

  • Communication Systems


Bonding and Grounding is the most important and least understood article in the NEC®, and surveys have repeatedly shown that the majority of electrical shocks and power quality problems are due to improper grounding or bonding.


You will review Article 250 and all related articles from 90-820.


This online course utilizes full-color illustrations to help you visualize the code and safety requirements in practical use. You will review author’s comments & analysis, cautions regarding possible conflict or confusing NEC requirements, tips on proper electrical installations, and warnings of dangers related to improper electrical installations.


 


NOTE:


This course is accessible on desktop computers or mobile devices. Internet Explorer is not supported.


 


INSTRUCTIONS:


After signing in, you will receive a few emails. One email will have the link to the CaeerSafe website and a voucher code. Please go to the link, create an account, and use the provided code to enroll into the course. 


You will also receive an email with the information to access your online course for the NEC Changes and Bonding and Grounding.


After your courses are completed and passed, your certificate of completion will be emailed to you within 24 to 48 hours along with the state registration form to be filled out and submited to renew your certification. 


CareerSafe will mail your OSHA Certification Card.

  • 1 - 2017 NEC Changes Part 1-2 and 2017 Bonding and Grounding
  • 2 - OSHA 10
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