2017 National Electrical Code

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2017 NEC National Electrical Code

Designed for Maintenance Technicians, Electricians & Engineers

Comply with the New 2017 NEC® Code Changes

The NEC is updated every three years as the United States standards for the electrical electrical-safetycodes.  Included as a part of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), the National Electrical Code ( NEC ®) is more widely used than any other installation or construction code in the world. Its purpose is to provide anyone working with electricity the most up-to-date, best practices for safe installation and maintenance of electrical systems and equipment.

The purpose of the 2017 NEC National Electrical Code training is to help contractors, maintenance technicians, electricians & engineers understand the new 2017 Code ® changes and meet compliance with United States standards for electrical codes.  Attendees will learn:

  • How to Navigate the National Electrical Code®
  • Learn About the Many 2017 Code Changes
  • Application of Safety to Specific Equipment and Tasks Found in Your Plant
  • Identify Key NEC® Electrical Terms
  • Locate Information Required for Individual Jobs
  • Determine the Applicability of NEC® Code Rules
  • Understand the most Important 2017 NEC® Changes
  • Learn How to Apply Tables in Solving Typical Electrical Wiring & Raceway Problems

2014 NEC® also available!

Review most recent analysis of the 2017 NEC National Electric Code changes.

Agenda

Days 1 & 2

• Purpose of NEC® • Differences Between NEC® Book Chapters • Quickly Find the Right Chapter & Information in the NEC®

• Keywords & Definitions you Must Know • Installation Requirement Topics

• Use & Identification of Grounded Conductors Branch Circuits • Feeders • Branch-Circuit, Feeder & Service Calculations Outside Branch Circuits & Feeders • Services • Over-current Protection • Grounding & Bonding • Transient Voltage Surge Suppressors

• Wiring Methods • Conductors for General Wiring • Cabinets, Cutout Boxes, Meter Socket Enclosures Outlet, Device, Pull and Junction Boxes; Conduit Bodies; Fittings; and Manholes Armored Cable: Type AC • Nonmetallic-Sheathed Cable: Types NMB, NMC & NMS • Flexible Metal Conduit: Type FMC • Liquid-tight Flexible Metal Conduit & Nonmetallic Conduit • Auxiliary Gutters • Bus-ways • Cablebus • Metal Wireways • Surface Metal Raceways • Surface Nonmetallic Raceways • Cable Trays

• Flexible Cords & Cables • Fixture Wires • Switches • Receptacles, Cord Connectors & Attachment Caps Switchboards & Panel-boards • Luminaries, Lamp Holders, Lamps • Appliances • Fixed Electric Space-Heating Equipment • Motors, Motor Circuits & Controllers, Including Disconnecting Means for Motors • Air Conditioning& Refrigeration Equipment • Equipment over 600 volts, Nominal

• The Interrelationships Between the First Four Chapters and These Chapters • Special Occupancies • Special Equipment • Special Conditions • Communication Systems

•    How to Quickly Use Ready Information