- November 1, 2017
7:00 am - 8:45 am
Topic: Bonding & Grounding-What’s the difference? How do they apply to us?
Bonding is the joining of metallic parts to form an electrically conductive path. Bonding ensures electrical continuity and capacity to safety conduct any current likely to be imposed. Grounding is permanently connecting to earth through a ground connection that has sufficiently low impedance (less than 25 ohms) and sufficient ampacity to ensure any ground fault current that may occur cannot build up to dangerous voltages. Did you get that? Mick will help us understand!
Speaker: Mick Swen, MBA, CSP
Mick is a Health & Safety Supervisor for Aera Energy and has been in the safety profession for over 25 years including a number of years as an EHS trainer. He is a past president of the Bakersfield Chapter of ASSE and is recognized by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals. He is a lifelong Bakersfield resident. He is a husband, father and grandfather.
$13 per person, Cash/Check/Credit/debit cards accepted/$5 Student Members of ASSE/$5 Emeritus Members of ASSE
New Member Promotion – Join the Bakersfield Chapter by 11/3/2017 & use promo code 178BAKERSFIELD to waive the $25 application fee & receive a $25 Restaurant.com gift card. Apply at http://www.asse.org/membership/becomeamember.php