NESC® 2023: National Electrical Safety Code
This course series aims to educate power utility professionals on the rules, regulations, and changes in the 2023 edition of the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC). Presented by industry leaders who helped write the standard, this course program takes an in-depth look at the NESC and covers the Code in its entirety. Topics discussed include: NESC Overview; 2023 Updates and Changes; Supply Station Safety; Grounding; Overhead Requirements; and Underground Requirements.
The NESC is updated every five years to account for innovations in technology and new challenges confronted on the field. It is essential that utility workers, regulators, and other related personnel are trained on these changes to ensure their facilities are properly safeguarded.
What you will learn:
- Introduction to the 2023 National Electrical Safety Code
- Key rule changes in Sections 1, 2, 3, and 9 as well as Parts 1-4
- Exploring grounding requirements
- Reviewing the Sections within Parts 1-4
Courses included in this program:
Course Program Length: 7 hours
Program level: Introductory
Who should attend: principal, transmission & distribution engineering, 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
Nelson Bingle, President, Nelson Research, LLC
Lawrence (Larry) M. Slavin, Principal, Outside Plant Consulting Services, Inc.
John Dagenhart, Chair, NESC Subcommittee 2
Gregory A. Wolven, P.E., Secretary, Subcommittee 3
Lauren E. Gaunt, Chair, NESC Subcommittee 7
Sam Stonerock, Sr. Project Manager, Southern California Edison
Brent McKinney, Secretary, Subcommittee 8
Publication Year: 2022