Canadian Electrical Code - 2018
After participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Apply the electrical code requirements for fire alarms, fire pumps & emergency systems
- Employ the requirements of the code to ensure they are accounted for in the design, construction & operation of electrical systems
- Use your knowledge of grounding & bonding requirements in the code
- Better protect your electrical system with the additional insight gained into the protection & control requirements of the Code
- Upgrade your compliance with the requirements for hazardous locations in the Code
- Work with the code having understood the requirements about motor applications, substations & high voltage lines requirements in the code
Designers, installers & users are responsible for electrical safety. The Canadian Electrical Code establishes safety standards for design, installation, maintenance & use of electrical facilities for prevention of undue electrical fire & shock hazards.
Excellent code knowledge is a prerequisite to correct specification & application of equipment & wiring in all areas of design, construction, maintenance, manufacturing & the use of electricity. This seminar demonstrates accurate interpretations & applications in areas such as wiring systems, grounding & bonding, protection & control, motors, lines & substations, explosion-proof areas, fire alarms & emergency systems.
- Electrical Code Overview
- Wire and Cable Applications - Sections 4, 12 and 36
- Grounding and Bonding - Sections 10 and 36
- Protection and Control - Section 14
- Fire Alarm Systems and Fire Pumps - Section 32
- Motor Applications - Section 28
- High Voltage Substations and Lines - Sections 36 and 26
- Hazardous Locations - Section 18
- Intrinsically Safe and Non-Incendive Circuits
- Emergency Systems - Section 46
Who Should Attend
Design & Construction Engineers & Other Plant Personnel • Maintenance & Safety Personnel, • Contractors • Fire & Accident Investigators • Operating Personnel • Manufacturing, Government & Electrical Utility Staff.
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