Our Electrical Grounding Training course provides not only information on the Canadian Electrical Code “minimum safety requirements” but also provides the requirements of the “Industry Standards” needed for the proper operation of equipment and its protection against “Electrical Noise”, Electromagnetic Interference (EMI), Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) and Electrostatic Discharge (ESD).
Static electricity and the buildup of static charges are major concerns in many installations such as data processing centers, semiconductor facilities, and many hazardous (classified) locations.
Because sources of ignition are a primary concern in explosive atmospheres, a good Grounding and Bonding systems are necessary for safety of persons and avoid explosions and to provide a more enhanced protection system of handling static electricity in hazardous locations.
Our training course will provide the requirements that apply to more than one of the overall grounding system conductors, such as the Grounded Conductor and, Grounding conductor. Our training will provide the type, use, purpose, installation and size of each conductor. It also provide the information on how properly design an “Electrical Grounding System”.
The Electricity Forum has organized a series of Electrical Grounding courses across Canada to help engineers, superintendents and electrical foremen better understand the changes that are taking place.
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On Site Electrical Grounding Training - A Cost Effective Alternative
Our electrical on-site training courses are tailored to meet your company's specific requirements and conducted on your own premises for your employees. Save the cost of travel and hotels and save on our regular public enrollment registration fees. Plus, our instructors can work with you in advance to determine the level of electrical training and experience of your employees and the specific applications that you would like covered.
Electrical on-site training courses are best because they are delivered using the equipment your electrical technicians use everyday. This maximizes the educational value of your electrical training investment.