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Training/Formation CEC Part III Essentials – Guidelines for Overhead and Underground Systems

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Interactive workshop provides background and an understanding of the new requirements of overhead and underground systems based on the new editions of C22.3 No.1 and C22.3 No.7.

Durée: 2 days

CEC Part III Essentials - Guidelines for Overhead and Underground Systems

Who Should Attend?

  • Electrical Utility Engineers
  • Technicians and Technologists
  • Supervisors
  • Telecom Utility Engineers
  • Railway & Light Rail Transit Engineers
  • Engineering Consultants
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Learning Objectives

  • Gain a thorough understanding of the substantive requirements of the new editions of C22.3 including new requirements and installation techniques
  • Learn to easily navigate the standards to locate specific sections
  • Review and understand the background to important Code clauses
  • Gain a clear understanding of minimum grades of construction, installations, clearances, separations and spacing
  • Explore deterministic design and grounding methods

Course Overview

Our 2-day on-site training is based on the new editions of C22.3 No. 1 and C22.3 No.7. Using interactive discussions, you will understand the newest requirements and installation techniques to comply with the Canadian Electrical Code Part III.

The new edition of C22.3 No.1 Overhead Systems helps ensure the safety and protection of people, services and property by specifying minimum design requirements for overhead electricity supply and communication systems. The standard is referenced by railways, regulators, engineering consultants, electrical and communication utilities across Canada.

The new C22.3 No.7 Underground Systems is referenced by electrical and communication utilities. The standard helps ensure the safety and protection of people, services and property by specifying minimum design requirements for underground electricity supply and communication systems. The latest edition of the standard includes several major changes and updates including revised definitions, new clauses, and reference materials dealing with line of sight at intersections and supply cable bonding techniques.

Why Get Your Training From CSA?

Your instructor is an electrical industry professional with a wide range of experience, and has contributed over 25 years of time and expertise to the development of CSA electrical distribution standards and Canadian Electrical Code committee work. You will complete a comprehensive training program that will help ensure electrical protection, safety and efficient design for both overhead and underground systems for distribution and transmission.

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