Washington WAC-RCW


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  • Course Delivery: On Demand
  • Credit Hours: 4
  • Language: English
  • Credit Type: WAC Related

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This course will provide Washington electricians with the latest requirements in electrical safety standards, administration, and installation.

Course Objectives

This course addresses the following topics:

  • Electrical Safety Standards
  • Administration
  • Installation/Electricians and Electrical Installations

Topics Covered

Lesson 1: General Electrical Safety
  • Electrical Safety Definitions
  • Adopted Standards for Electrical Safety
  • General Requirements for Electrical Installations
  • Wiring and Protection-Branch Circuits, Feeders, Services, Grounding and Bonding
  • Wiring Methods and Materials-Boxes, Cables, Tubing, Wiring

Lesson 2: Electrical Equipment, Occupancies, and Systems
  • Electrical Equipment for General Use-Luminaries, Appliances, Motors (Circuits and Controllers), Transformers and Transformer Vaults.
  • Special Occupancies-NEC Class I locations, Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities, Health Care Facilities, Theaters, Motion Picture and Television Studios, Performance Areas, Mobile/Manufactured Homes, Temporary Installations
  • Special Equipment-Electrical Signs, Swimming Pools, Fountains
  • Emergency Systems-Legally Required Standby Systems, Fire Alarm Systems
  • Communications Systems

Lesson 3: Electrical Work Permits, Inspections, and Fees
  • Electrical Work Permits
  • Inspections
  • Occupancies
  • Electrical Plan Review
  • Industrial Control Panel and Industrial Utilization Equipment Inspection
  • Traffic Management systems
  • Fees-Temporary Fees, Electrical Testing Lab Fees, Engineer Accreditation Fees, Civil Penalty

Lesson 4: Licensing/Certification, Qualifications, Education, and Training
  • Electrical/Telecommunications License/Certificate-Types and Scope of Work
  • Electrical/Telecommunications Contractor's License.
  • Assignment-Administrator or Master Electrician
  • Administrators-Examination, Certificates
  • Electricians-Electrician/Training/Temporary Certificate of Competency or Permit Required
  • Qualifications for Master, Journeyman, and Specialty Electrician Examinations
  • Administrator and Electrician Examinations
  • Training Certificates
  • Continuing Education
  • Training Schools
  • Electrical Audits

Lesson 5: Enforcement, Penalties, Electrical Board, Engineer Approval, and Electrical Testing Lab Requirements
  • Enforcement-Installations, Licensing, and Certification Requirements
  • Penalties-False Statements or Material Misrepresentations
  • Noncompliance or Violation of Electrical Contractor Licensing and/or Electrician Certification Laws
  • Electrical Board-Appeal Rights and Hearings
  • Engineer Approval/Accreditation
  • WAC 296-46B-998 Standards for Electrical Product Certification, Field Evaluation and Department Approval
  • WAC 296-46B-999 Electrical Testing Laboratory Requirements

Lesson 6: General Electrical Safety- Provisions Applicable to Electrical Installations
  • Definitions
  • Electrical Wiring Requirements
  • Disputes
  • Electrical Installation Licensing
  • Examinations and Fees
  • Electrical Contractors-Master Electricians and Administrators
  • Actions
  • Licensing Exemptions
  • Equipment Repair
  • Inspections
  • Nonconforming Installations
  • Request for Ruling by Board
  • Violations of Chapter, Appeals, Penalties
  • Inapplicability of Chapters
  • Electrical Training Competency-Specialties, Certificate, Training Hours, Examinations
  • Powers and Duties of Director
  • Exemptions

Lesson 7: General Electrical Safety- Provisions Applicable to Electrical Installations and Telecommunications Installations
  • Electrical Board
  • Enforcement-State Electrical Inspectors
  • Inspection Reports
  • Revocation or Suspension of License
  • Electrical License Fund
  • Liability
  • Medical Devices
  • Denial of License/Certificate Renewal

Lesson 8: General Electrical Safety-Provisions Applicable to Telecommunications Installations
  • Definitions
  • Telecommunications Systems Installations
  • Telecommunications Contractor License
  • Telecommunications Administrator's Certificate and Examination
  • Local Enforcement of Subchapter
  • Disputes Regarding Local Regulations
  • Inspections
  • Unlawful Acts
  • Violation of Chapter, Penalty, Appeals
  • Insurance/Financial Responsibility
  • Limitation of Action
  • Unlawful Installation/Maintenance
  • Entity Desiring Board Decision
  • Director's Authority"

Regulatory Information

WAC RCW - Washington State Department of Labor and Industries Electrical



There are no prerequisites required for this course


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