How to Improve Your Temporary Equipotential Protective Grounding (C4C)
COURSE DURATION: 1 HOUR | CUSP CREDIT: 1 POINT
Learn a brief history of temporary protective grounding as well as recent OSHA guidelines that impact working practices and product. Using a simple circuit analysis, we will illustrate the impact of fault current with and without adequate protective grounding. You will gain a greater understanding of the potential hazardous that impact your workers when inadequate ground sets are employed. Equipotential grounding will be presented, with detail about the products needed to achieve an equipotential zone for your linemen.
- Why managing your equipotential grounding is so crucial - and the products you should use to achieve an equipotential zone for your linemen
- More about potential hazards to workers when inadequate ground sets are employed.
- What fault current and resistance is and how to keep your team safe
How OSHA 29 CFR 1910.269 impacts linemen
Jeff Kopp, Hubbell Power Systems/Chance
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