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National Electrical Code (NEC) Requirements for Nonelectrical Engineers

Understand the components of a building's electrical system and possible electrical hazards.

The electric power systems that exist unseen behind the walls and doors of our homes and businesses must be adequately installed and maintained to mitigate electrical hazards. Electrical hazards can cause personal injury, fires and property damage. This material will cover the National Electrical Code's (NEC's) requirements for proper wiring and protection. The content will identify possible electrical hazards and how a proper installation can eliminate those hazards.

Runtime: 84 minutes
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Agenda

Services

  • Number of Services and Location
  • Overhead and Underground
  • Service Conductors and Equipment

Feeders

  • Rating and Sizing
  • Overcurrent Protection
  • Grounding

Branch Circuits

  • General Provisions
  • Rating and Overcurrent Protection
  • Receptacle Outlets

Grounding

  • Circuit and System Grounding
  • Equipment Grounding
  • Bonding

Overcurrent Protection

  • General
  • Location
  • Devices
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This course was last revised on November 28, 2017.

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  • ICC 0.15
     
  • Lorman Education Services is an International Code Council Preferred Provider. This event is approved for 0.15 CEU's through ICC.
     

This program format does NOT qualify, nor meet the National Standard for NASBA accreditation.

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Faculty

James M. Orosz, P.E.

Robson Forensics, Inc.

  • Electrical Engineer for Robson Forensic
  • Practice includes the following: The National Electrical Code and the The National Electrical Safety Code, OSHA and industry safety practices; underground and overhead transmission and distribution cables, transformers, circuit breakers, contactors, relays, fuses, capacitors, inductors, short circuit analysis, protection coordination, system load flow, grounding, substation design and operation, transmission and distribution design, tower and pole design, system reliability and failure analysis; distributed and cogeneration plant design and utility interconnection including solar, tidal turbine, micro-turbine, fuel cell, and internal combustion; Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) to include power line carrier, wireless and digital technologies; operation and maintenance of manufacturing equipment, robots, conveyors, programmable logic controllers (PLCs), automated tooling, electric motors, variable frequency drives, automated welding machines; safety of electrical systems including, engineering controls, lock out tag out procedures, Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), shocks, electrocutions, electrical arcing, fires due to electrical faults and public safety
  • M.B.A. degree, the Stern School, New York University; M.S. degree, in engineering management, the University of Missouri at Rolla; B.S. degree in electrical engineering, the United States Military Academy at West Point
  • Member of IEEE and NFPA
  • Can be contacted at 908-458-3847
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Product ID: 400509
Published 2017
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