Groundings and Bondings


Grounding and bonding are intended to create an equipotential environment, one in which there is no potential difference among accessible conductive surfaces. With no potential differences, the risk of hazardous current flow from one conductor to the other—perhaps through the person's body—is minimized. Learn the key terms and basic principles associated with grounding and bonding for safe delivery of electrical energy to products and facilities.


Learning Outcomes:

Upon completion of this course, you should be able to:

  • Define grounding and bonding terminology
  • Describe the importance of adequately grounding and bonding electrical systems and the equipment they power
  • Identify the typical grounding and bonding connections in power distribution circuits and equipment
  • Explain  the concerns associated with relying on grounding for fault protection


Target Audience

This course is relevant to multiple roles and levels including but not limited to:

  • Compliance Staff
  • Product Design
  • Marketing
  • Sales
  • New Hire Engineers
  • Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) Staff


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Time Requirement


Web-Based 45 minutes $50.00

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