Electrical Grounding is the most neglected subject by electricians, electrical inspectors, maintenance construction engineers, design engineers and many other members of the electrical industry in making electrical installations.

When grounding is improperly installed, the results can range from minor physical harm, costly damage to electrical facilities, to death of an individual. These unwanted harm and damage are caused by electric shock and electrical faults. Faulty electrical grounding results in what we call “dirty electricity”. The use of high-end technology is increasing and stable, clean electrical power is a requirement. Anything less is unsatisfactory.

Price ₱9,500

Description

Duration: xx Days
Training Fee: Php 9, 500

Who Should Attend:
This seminar is useful particularly to: electrical engineers, electrical inspectors, electrical designers, maintenance engineers, REEs, and PEEs.

Rationale:
Electrical Grounding is the most neglected subject by electricians, electrical inspectors, maintenance construction engineers, design engineers and many other members of the electrical industry in making electrical installations.

When grounding is improperly installed, the results can range from minor physical harm, costly damage to electrical facilities, to death of an individual. These unwanted harm and damage are caused by electric shock and electrical faults. Faulty electrical grounding results in what we call “dirty electricity”. The use of high-end technology is increasing and stable, clean electrical power is a requirement. Anything less is unsatisfactory.

Course Outline:
1. Objectives
2. RA 7920
3. Philippine Electrical Code 2009

3.1. Purpose

3.1.1 Basic Code Rules
3.1.2 Definitions and Provisions
3.1.3 Changes in PEC 2009

4. Article 250. Grounding & Bonding

4.1 General Requirements for Grounding and Bonding
4.2 Objectionable Current over
4.3 Grounding Conductors
4.4 System Grounding
4.5 Grounding Electrode System and Grounding Electrode Conductor
4.6 Enclosure, Raceway, and Service
4.7 Cable Grounding
4.8 Bonding
4.9 Equipment Grounding and
4.10 Equipment Grounding Conductors
4.11 Methods of Equipment Grounding

5. Grounding & Bonding for Special Locations

5.1 Hazardous Location
5.2 Health Care Facilities
5.3 Agricultural Buildings
5.4 Temporary Installations
5.5 Swimming Pools, Hotels & Spas

6. Grounding & Bonding for Electrical Equipment
7. Low Voltage & Intersystem Grounding & Bonding
8. 1KV and Over
9. Article 6.95. Fire Pumps