This online course provides an overview of the grounding, bonding and equipotential bonding requirements in the 2018 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I. Rather than reviewing the Code in its entirety, this course is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of Section 10 of the CE Code.
With an emphasis on safety, this course explores the requirements for grounding and bonding to help minimize the risk and severity of electric shock to better protect workers and prevent damage to property during a fault event.
For nearly 90 years, the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I has been and continues to be a comprehensive model Code that provides guidance to help make electrical installations and equipment safer.
This course highlights practical information through scenarios, activities and real-world examples to assist in conveying CE Code requirements.
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- Gain a thorough understanding of the requirements, definitions and Code sections that specifically apply to grounding, bonding and equipotential bonding.
- Understand electrical installations where grounding to the earth is required and the most appropriate means of connections.
- Discover the requirements and best practices for safe bonding for non-current-carrying conductive parts of electrical equipment.
- Describe equipotential bonding requirements for non-electrical equipment.
Learn More About the Canadian Electrical Code
- Developed with input from a broad cross-section of electrical industry experts and with cooperation from all provinces, territories and several key jurisdictions across Canada, the Canadian Electrical Code, Part I is an integral part of the Canadian Electrical Safety System. Jurisdictions across Canada adopt the code as a model code for regulation, as is or with provincial or territorial interpretations.
Why Get Your Training From CSA Group?
- Your instructor is a veteran electrical industry professional with years of practical hands-on experience, as well as in-depth knowledge of safe electrical installation and maintenance practices based on Canadian Codes, Standards and industry best practice. You'll be guided through a comprehensive program of study that has been developed by a team of industry professionals, many of whom had direct involvement in the development of the Canadian Electrical Code and relevant standards.
- You'll gain in-depth knowledge of key changes to the latest edition of the CE Code, Part I, and get answers to your specific questions from an experienced instructor.
- CSA Group provides a wide range of Electrical Training with dates and locations from coast to coast; customized training can also be provided onsite at your place of business.
Estimated Completion Time:
◾ 3 Hours (90 day course access)
Who Should Attend?
- Industrial electrical professionals who work with electrical systems and equipment
- Industrial electricians
- Electrical engineers
- Building, plant and maintenance staff and operators
- Electrical technicians
- C22.1-18 2018 Canadian Electrical Code
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