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Fundamentals of Electrical Design

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    Frequently Asked Questions Concerning Arc Flash and the NFPA70E
    How To Apply PPE for Temporary Applications
    Revealing The Misconceptions About ArcFlash
    Protective Measures to Keep Electrical Workers from Electrical Shocks and Burns
    The Ten Steps of Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
    Why Arc Flash Hazard Analysis Is Required
    OSHA and the General Duty Clause
    History of OSHA Standards
    The Grandfathering Clause

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  • 2012 Updates to the NFPA 70 E

  • Significant Changes 2011 NFPA 70
  • Cost: $250.00
    Evaluation Exam
    READ BEFORE YOU START
    The purpose of this exam is to allow our evaluators to determine what study material you will need to prepare for the Electrical Contractor, Inspector or Masters Exam. This exam is a total of four hours. It is an open book exam. Keep in mind you will be timed.
    Prepare a good test area free from interruptions. The process of test taking strategy is important.

  • Overview This course provides the qualified electrical worker with information to properly use maintenance techniques and requirements that avoid potential electrical hazards. It specifically provides techniques to prevent shock and fire hazards associated with the electrical equipment maintenance. Participants will have a greater knowledge of how to prevent hazards such as burn and shock. It also teaches participants to recognize potential electrical hazards. This course covers maintenance requirements for substations, control systems, power, cable and premise wiring systems. It provides proven test methods and troubleshooting techniques. The objectives of this course will enable the participant to understand how proper predictive and preventive maintenance techniques can provide greater production and safety to the worker and company. Volume 1 Why a preventive and predictive maintenance standard was developed…preventive maintenance recommendations… preventive maintenance recommendations…test standards for maintenance requirements…test methods for maintenance recommendations…effects of a preventive maintenance program…record keeping…maintenance work center…diagram and data…ventilation requirements…emergency procedures.
  • Volume 2 Test and maintenance… testing and test methods… acceptance test and maintenance… overpotential test… low voltage insulation test…low voltage circuit breaker test…
  • Volume 3 Insulation testing… dielectric absorption test… polarization index test… DC high pot test… step voltage test… acceptance test voltage… maintenance test voltages… AC test…
  • Volume 4 Infrared inspection, test and surveys, advantages of infrared, infrared- frequency and procedure for testing, normal reference temperature…procedure device testing-circuit breakers, fuses and relays, inspection frequency and procedures…testing procedures for transformers…
  • Volume 5 Ground resistance testing, equipment ground, grounding electrode…ground loop impedance test…impedance testing of grounding system…grounding of equipment to provide protection for maintenance personal…high voltage grounding…ground requirements while troubleshooting.. miscellaneous equipment checks…
  • Volume 6 Substation – inspection frequency…switchgear inspection frequency… enclosure requirements, leakage, rust or water marks, condensation, temperature, droplets, dust patterns, deposit patterns, heating, insulation, electrical distress, arc chutes, boundaries of adjoining insulation, boundaries between insulating members and grounding structures…splices and junction…sharp edges…corona…delamination…circuit interruption, air circuit breakers…bolted circuit breakers…insulation…contacts…arc interrupters…
  • Volume 7 Transformer inspections – current, voltage, temperature, leaks, general condition, turns-ration, polarity tests, fault-gas analysis, sample tests,…power cable – visual… aerial installation…raceway installation…
  • Volume 8 Enclosures – inspections, openings, ventilation… motor control preventive maintenance table…busbar…wiring…terminals…connections…loose connections…special operating environments…power control wiring…mechanical operation…contacts…arc-chutes…magnetic solenoids…
  • Volume 9 Motor overload relays – thermal type, motor data, NEAM design application, torque and speed operation of motor, nameplate info application, inspection and replacement…pilot and miscellaneous control devices…routine maintenance…interlock…reasons for maintenance…
  • Volume 10 Molded case circuit breakers… phase fault current relays…ground fault protection…fuses less than 1000 volts, fuses greater than 1000 volts…rotating equipment – rotor and stator windings, brushes, bearings…lighting…wiring devices…portable electrical tools…protective device testing..electro static discharge (ESD), inspection frequency table for equipment and items…
  • Understanding Basic Electricity For Electrical Safety
    Part 1 - This course prepares the student to understand basic theorems as applied to codes and standards. Participants will be trained in the four secrets of electricity and how three phase and a single phase systems operate. This course covers AC/DC theory as applied in real world situations to codes and standards. This course provides the basic understanding of circuitry, motors, and transformers theory as applied to codes and standards applications is also given.
    Part 2 - This course prepares the student from a practical standpoint to understand how power laws, overcurrent protection, and wiring methods apply to codes and standards. This course will give the participant a greater understanding ofhow theory is applied to codes and standards. The participant
    will learn the theoretical intent and purpose of code making bodies and how codes and standards are applied in real world situations.
  • Grounding Bonding Shielding 1 of 4 This course covers the basic principles of grounding, bonding, shielding and their use in protecting the electrical worker and others associated with the operation, installation, and construction of equipment. This course covers details of grounding, bonding, and shielding requirements for application sizing and protection. It defines the different types of grounding and how it is applied to real world applications. It deals with objective currents and how to handle them in relation to sensitive electronic equipment.
  • Overview: This course trains the participant how to look up issues in the National Electrical Code quickly. After successful completion of the course, participant will be able to determine working space, dedicated space and access issues. Specific rules and definitions are explained concerning how to properly apply services, feeders and branch circuits to real world applications. Basic identification requirements of grounding, panel board, switchgear, motor, motor control, transformers and circuitry are explored in this course. Proper connections and terminations along with hazardous locations and specialty applications are also covered in this course. Knowledge of the basic principles of overcurrent protection, grounding, bonding, and shielding and is given. Participants should fully know how to use the National Electrical Code for any application as applied to electrical hazards and operation when finished with this course. Volume 1 Topics Include - How the NEC is developed, Code Interpretation and Implementation, NEC language and terms, rules of NEC application, how exceptions are applied, overview of NEC structure, general definitions, premise wiring system
  • QEW-NFPA70B Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Standard

  • Guide To Electrical Safety Work Practices NFPA 70 E
    This course covers safe maintenance practices, safe installations, and safe working conditions. The worker is trained in all the principles of electrical safety. Also covered in this course are arc-flash, proper procedures, PPE, approached distances, shock boundaries, and responsibilities of the electrical worker. This course will make the worker, aware of potential electrical safety hazards and how they should be handled. What and how to use PPE, tools and company procedures. Adherence to company protocol and a productive safety culture isemphasized. Participant will also learn how to properly energize and deenergize electrical equipment and know its related uses, such as pneumatic and mechanical applications. This participant will learn the worker's value as a part of the electrical task force or on site AHJ.
  • OSHA Electrical Requirements - CFR 1910 Subpart S., less than 600 Volts
    The participant will be exposed to the basic tenets of the OSHA electrical requirements. A checklist will be given, similar to those used by OSHA compliance officers. Details of how to recognize and handle below 600 V electrical hazards are explained and applied to real world applications. Case studies with proven applications to electrical hazards are explained. Details include OSHA requirements for wiring methods, grounding, overcurrent protection, identification requirements and hazardous locations.
  • OSHA Electrical Requirements – CFR 1910.269 above 600 Volts
    In this course, the participant is given detailed information on how to handle above 600 Volts of electrical hazards. It includes theory, grounding, overcurrent protection, particular wiring methods and PPE to protect the worker. This course also covers particular case studies and wiring methods that have proven to protect electrical workers. It also reveals and helps the worker to recognize potential electrical hazards.
  • Industrial Machines NFPA 79
    This course has proven to be a valuable tool for those who work with industrial machines and control panels. It answers several questions for maintenance and construction personnel. Issues such as identification and control panel requirements for conductors, overcurrent protection, grounding, bonding, shielding, disconnects, interlocks and differential system voltages are covered in this course. Each course relates to an electrical safety hazard applied to warn the electrical worker that a potential electrical hazard exists. This course makes the worker aware of deficiencies that should be corrected immediately.
  • This exam should only be attempted after completing all of the instructional videos in the Qualified Worker Series. The exam has certain restrictions and proper procedures must be strictly adhered to in order to pass the course. PLEASE ALLOW YOURSELF 1-2 HOURS TO FINISH EXAM!

  • Introduction

    This course is to provide training for the non electrical worker that may be exposed to electrical hazards due to the nature of job assignments.

    Objectives:

    • Provide awareness of potential electrical hazards information

    • How to identify potential electrical hazards

    • When and where prohibited areas are located

    • Proper procedure to handle electrical hazards

    • Training germane to electrical exposure

    Participants must complete all courses with germane modules matched to job assignments and classifications. A proctored final exam is required when courses are complete.


  • Introduction

    For those working on or with live electrical circuits during normal job assignments. For those installing electrical circuits, equipment, conductors, and wiring methods. This person will understand electrical theory as applied to electrical standards and codes. This participant will need to be actively working in the electrical field as an installer, troubleshooter, maintenance, construction or engineer. For prerequisites requirements see the Qualified Worker Series Syllabus.

    Those who do not meet the prerequisite requirements for this certificate will need to start at the Fundamentals of Electrical Science course if they plan to be classified as a skilled electrical worker such as: Electrician, Electrical Technician, HVAC Technician or Electrical Engineer.

    Welders, Operators, Laborers, Machinist, Pipefitters and other non electrical workers should take the course Certification for Non-Electrical Workers.

    Objectives

    • Awareness of Electrical Hazards

    • How To Recognize Electrical Circuitry Shock, Fire and Arc Flash Hazards

    • How To Use PPE

    • Shock and Flash Boundary Requirements

    • Overcurrent Protection Applications

    • Above and Below 600 Volt Electrical Safety Requirements

    • Understand Grounding, Bonding and Shielding Requirements

    • Wiring Method Applications for Environmental Applications

    • Wiring Method Applications for Hazardous Locations

    • Electrical Safety Applications for Industrial Machines

    • Electrical Safety Applications for Motors, Transformer and Generators

    • Electrical Safety Applications for Maintenance and Construction

    Participants must complete 8 courses with 52 modules. A proctored final exam is required when courses are complete.


  • Introduction

    This certification and course is designed for the apprentice and helper who intend to perform electrical work as an electrician or electrical technician who will be installing, maintaining or troubleshooting electrical circuits, conductors, equipment, and wiring methods.

    Objectives

    ·Preparation for installation, troubleshooting and maintaining electrical circuits, conductors, equipments and wring methods.

    ·Understand electrical theory

    ·Design and Application of Circuits AC and DC

    ·Certify Electrical Experience and Education

    Prerequisites:

    ·Technical Math or Greater

    ·Basic Science or Greater

    ·Basic Language Skills

    Table of Content

    Volume 1 of 4

    Module 1 - Basic Electrical Theory

    Module 2 - Basic DC Theory

    Volume 2 of 4

    Module 3 - DC Circuits

    Module 4 - Batteries

    Module 5 - DC Generators

    Module 6 - DC Motors

    Volume 3 of 4

    Module 7 - Basic AC Theory

    Module 8 - AC Reactive Components

    Module 9 - AC Power

    Module 10 - AC Generators

    Module 11 - Voltage Regulators

    Volume 4 of 4

    Module 12 - AC Motors

    Module 13 - Transformers

    Module 14 - Test Instruments and Measuring Devices

    Module 15 - Electrical Distribution Systems

    Electives - Choose Two or More

    ·Troubleshooting Techniques

    ·Blueprint Reading

    ·High Voltage Applications

    ·PLC’s

    ·Drives

    ·Motor Controls

    ·Instrumentation and Process Controls

    Certificate Requirements

    ·Exams are given with each module and must be passed to receive certification.

    ·Final Proctored Exam must have a passing grade.

    ·Labs and work experience (4000 hours total) must be documented via work sheet and supervision. Worksheets and documentation charts must be completed and signed by Training Director, Qualified Worker and Supervision.

  • This certificate program is for Electrical Workers, Engineers, and Inspectors.
  • Electrical Safety For Welders

    Instructor: David Carpenter PhD

    Subjects: Hazards and Theories of Electrical Welding, Effects of Electric Shock on the Human Body, Stray Welding Currents, How To Recognize Electrical Hazards, Limitations of Electrical Work for Welders, Safe Practice and Accident Avoidance, Portable Equipment, Tools, and Appliances, Extension Cords, Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices, Reclosing and Disconnecting Circuits, How Arc Welding Machines Work 1910.254(b)(2)(i), How to Handle Wet Conditions 1910.254(b)(3)(iv), How to Approach Live Parts 1910.254(b)(4)(iii), Welding Conductive Paths, Several Welders On One Structure 1910.254(c)(3)(iv), DC Reverse Polarity 1910.254(c)(3)(iv)(A), AC Reverse Polarity 1910.254(c)(3)(iv)(B)

    Objectives: Basic Understanding of Electrical Safety as Applied to Welding, How to Recognize and Rectify Potential Electrical Hazards
  • Module 1 - Basic Electrical Theory
    This module describes basic electrical concepts and introduces electrical
    terminology.
  • Module 2 - Basic DC Theory
    This module describes the basic concepts of direct current (DC) electrical circuits and discusses the associated terminology.
  • Module 3 - DC Circuits
    This module introduces the rules associated with the reactive components of inductance and capacitance and how they affect DC circuits.
  • Module 4 - Batteries
    This module introduces batteries and describes the types of cells used, circuit arrangements, and associated hazards.

  • Module 5 - DC Generators
    This module describes the types of DC generators and their application in terms of voltage production and load characteristics.

  • Module 6 - DC Motors
    This module describes the types of DC motors and includes discussions of speed control, applications, and load characteristics.

  • Module 7 - Basic AC Theory
    This module describes the basic concepts of alternating current (AC) electrical circuits and discusses the associated terminology.

  • Module 8 - AC Reactive Components This module describes inductance and capacitance and their effects on AC circuits.

  • Module 9 - AC Power
    This module presents power calculations for single-phase and three-phase AC circuits and includes the power triangle concept.

  • Module 10 - AC Generators
    This module describes the operating characteristics of AC generators and includes terminology, methods of voltage production, and methods of paralleling AC generation sources.

  • Module 11 - Voltage Regulators
    This module describes the basic operation and application of voltage regulators.

  • Module 12 - AC Motors
    This module explains the theory of operation of AC motors and discusses the various types of AC motors and their application.

  • Module 13 - Transformers
    This module introduces transformer theory and includes the types of transformers, voltage/current relationships, and application.

  • Module 14 - Test Instruments and Measuring Devices
    This module describes electrical measuring and test equipment and includes the parameters measured and the principles of operation of common instruments.
  • Module 15 - Electrical Distribution Systems
    This module describes basic electrical distribution systems and includes characteristics of system design to ensure personnel and equipment safety.


  • Instrumentation is somewhat of a lost art and requires skills beyond the basics of electricity. Industrial type electrical training should give background information to design, install and troubleshoot electrical systems and instrumentation. To be an effective instrumentation mechanic it is imperative that the technician have an understanding of the power system as well as instrumentation. This book does not cover power systems. If you want more information on power systems and power quality issues see our “ Electrical Technology" button at www.integrityco.com The goal of this book is to give basic information needed to be successful with design and troubleshooting of instrumentation systems. This is critical information that has be sanctioned by other technicians and engineers in the field. This book is not designed to be an exhaustive treatise of the subject but a practical look at the theory and application of instrumentation. It is our goal to give practical and theoretical information that can be studied quickly and applied to real-world situations.

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  • This course provides detailed information needed to properly design electrical systems.


    I am presently teaching this class at NC State University as an open enrollment class. I started this course 15 years ago based on needs described by engineers, electricians and contractors. Those involved in designing electrical systems should find this volume indispensable.


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  • This course covers the basis of Motor Theory and Operation. Topics include:
    Force, Torque, Friction, Speed, Energy, Power, Horsepower, Electrical Energy, Power in an AC Circuit, Power Factor, Horsepower and Kilowatts, Three Phase Power, Magnetism, Magnetic Lines of Flux, Unlike Poles Attract, Like Poles Repel, Electromagnetism, Left-Hand Rule, Changing Polarity, Induced Voltage, Motor Construction and Rotor Construction.
  • Understanding Basic Electricity Module 01
  • Understanding Basic Electricity Module 02


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