2020 NEC® Changes: Special Occupancies

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Price: $50.00
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Format: Online Self-Paced
Duration: 1.00
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The National Electrical code® (NEC®) is updated every three years, so it is important that contractors, electrical professionals and safety professionals stay updated on these changes. This interactive, online course covers the changes in Articles 500 through 590 of the National Electrical Code®. Notable changes are addressing the use of lasers in hazardous locations; clarifying the GFCI requirements throughout Chapter 5; addressing the applicability of Article 517’s requirements; major changes for marinas, boatyards, and similar locations; and new requirements for large, temporary wiring installations.

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  • Name the permitted uses of type P cables 
  • List the areas of healthcare facilities that are not required to comply with Part II of Article 517 
  • Recall when a leakage current measuring device is required for marinas and boatyards 
  • Recognize when GFCI protection is required 
  • Determine when a combustible gas detection system may be used  Name the type of radiation the 2020 NEC® addresses on the dangers of ignition 
  • Recognize the approved applications and limitations of TC-ER-HL cable  
  • Describe the underground wiring requirements for commercial garages 
  • List the types of buildings, structures and conductors covered under Article 545 
  • State the requirement for underground equipment grounding conductors in agricultural buildings that are regulated by Article 547
  • State the receptacle requirements for RV sites and marinas 
  • Identify when current limiting overcurrent devices are required for temporary installations
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