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Electrical Systems Maintenance
Duration: 4 Hours
Explore the importance of how standards and regulations affect electrical maintenance. Maintenance of electrical systems is integral to ensuring continuous power to critical infrastructure. A sound understanding of a facility’s electrical infrastructure, internal deficiencies and evaluating test reports is required in order to implement a proper maintenance program.
This course is part of Critical Infrastructure Basics Certificate
Summarize how the role of the Facilities Manager has evolved over time
Indicate the key factors when evaluating an electrical distribution system
Identify proper use of reliability centered, predictive and preventative maintenance techniques
Recognize the critical steps, tools and techniques that must be taken to ensure safety when working with dangerous electrical components
Indicate effective use of infrared scanning
State the purpose of ground fault circuit interrupters and identify the locations where they are required
Differentiate between grounding and bonding
Describe special grounding techniques
This course has met the required standards of the organisations listed below and is approved, accredited, validated or endorsed by them.