NESC® 2023: Work Rules for the Operation of Electric Supply and Communications Lines and Equipment
In this course, the history of Part 4 of the National Electrical Safety Code is discussed and the relationships between the NESC and OSHA standards. The purpose and scope of Part 4 is also addressed.
What you will learn:
- Discuss the Work Rules located in Part 4 of the NESC
- Review the changes in the 2023 edition of the NESC pertaining to the rules for employers and rules for employees
- Review additional rules for Communications employees
- Review additional rules for Supply employees
This course is part of the following course program:
NESC® 2023: National Electrical Safety Code
Courses included in this program:
Who should attend: Principal, transmission & distribution engineer, senior engineer, electrical engineer, principal engineer, standards engineering manager, project manager, project engineer, field engineer, electrician/lineman, operations management, safety trainer, engineering and line design utility worker, design engineer, electricians working on electrical distribution systems
Sam Stonerock is a Senior Project Manager in the Transmission and Distribution department at Southern California Edison. He is the Chairman of Subcommittee 8, representing the Edison Electric Institute as a principal member, and serves on Subcommittee 1 and the Interpretations Subcommittee. He has a work history in distribution field construction, field inspections, compliance audits, contract administration, and regulatory compliance. His current role is technical advisor/subject matter expert on T&D regulatory, legislative, and legal matters.
Brent McKinney has worked for 35 years in various positions in the electric utility industry. He has been highly active with the American Public Power Association, serving as chair of virtually every committee of the association and assisting in the development of the Reliable Public Power Provider program, later serving as chair of the RP3 Review Panel. He has been equally active with the Missouri Public Utility Alliance and over the past 20 years, he has worked extensively with the NESC. He is currently Secretary of NESC Subcommittee 8 (Work Rules). He has taught NESC courses throughout the United States and internationally.
Publication Year: 2022