This 8 hour Continuing Education Course is designed to provide quality continuing education for professionals who are licensed as Installer I, Installer II, Site Evaluator, Designated Representative or registered as Professional Sanitarians in Texas.
This course provides comprehensive training that professionals need in order to safely design, install, and maintain electrical wiring and circuits on an Onsite Wastewater system. . . Texas Electrical Licensing Law exempts state licensed OSSF professionals from the requirement of holding a Texas Electrical license when they work on an OSSF system. With that exemption these licensed professionals become responsible for the quality of the work and also must insure all of their work complies the National Electric Code. Just as importantly, along with the responsibility comes liability.
This course focuses on the skills needed by the professionals in the OSSF industry to insure a safe, quality, code compliant electrical system is installed and maintained.
Key concepts covered include:
- Electrical Safety
- Basic Electrical Principles – (basic circuits, voltage, amperage, ohms resistance, watts, grounding, ac & dc power)
- Applied Electrical Principles – (Standards for voltage ranges, 120/240 single phase power, configuration of electrical panels)
- NEC requirements for OSSF electrical circuits – (wire connections & sizing, ampacity ratings, overcurrent protection, voltage drop calculations, requirements for the OSSF wet corrosive environment, color codes, line of sight requirements, etc.)
The course includes short videos that can be taken all in one day or broken up in short periods over as many days as you like.