Date: November 28, 2023
Time: 11:00 AM EST / 10:00 AM CST / 8:00 AM PST / 3:00 PM GMT
Sponsor: Sunbelt Rentals
Duration: 1 Hour
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Plant/facility professionals operate in an environment that is demanding and unforgiving. As the National Electrical Code (NEC) has evolved, changes to the rules and their impact are often overlooked. Some changes to the 2023 NEC could impact a plant/facility’s downtime and bottom-line revenue, as well as the company’s annual budget.
If you perform electrical design work for plant/facility owners, install products and systems in these types of spaces or operate & maintain equipment in plants/facilities then this webinar is for you.
Areas of focus include:
- Requirements for network-connected life safety equipment that can withstand cyber-attacks.
- Rule changes for reconditioned equipment.
- Revisions to Section 110.26 for equipment doors, entry, and egress requirements
- New requirements for working space that feature flat and level surfaces.
- Changes to the requirements for dedicated equipment space for service equipment.
Vice President / Digital & Technical Training
Mike Holt Enterprises
Brian is a high-energy entrepreneur with a passion for doing business the right way. He’s a licensed electrical contractor and worked in varying aspects of electrical contracting throughout the southeast United States since the 1990s. From single-family homes to industrial manufacturing, he’s enjoyed everything from service work to designing energy-efficient lighting retrofits, exploring “green” biomass generators, and partnering with residential PV companies. Since 2000 Brian has enjoyed teaching at seminars and apprenticeship classes. In 2010 he joined the Mike Holt video teams, and in 2014 joined the Mike Holt Enterprises staff as the technical director.Brian is still actively involved in developing in-house electrical apprenticeship programs and continues to teach nationally for Mike Holt Enterprises on a variety of topics including Code Changes, Grounding vs. Bonding, Exam Preparation and How to Be a Great Instructor. Brian and his wife Carissa have shared the joy of their four children and many foster children during their 18 years of marriage. When not mentoring youth at work or church, he can be found racing mountain bikes with his kids or fly fishing on Florida’s Intracoastal Waterway. Passionate about helping others, he regularly engages with the youth of the local community to motivate them to explore their future.