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Special Occupancies

Introduction

Learning Objectives

Course Learning Outcomes: Explain requirements in NEC® Chapter 5 for occupancies that require special considerations.

Enabling Points:

Explain what makes these occupancies unusual or hazardous Be familiar with the NEC classification system, including: knowing what hazardous material is included in each Class designation knowing what Division and Zone classifications are based on identifying how electrical designers and installers use classifications Be familiar with NEC articles that provide area classifications for common applications Explain special requirements for healthcare occupancies, including: the need to recognize that people in patient care areas may be compromised electrically special grounding requirements for patient care areas the need for an essential electrical system in some types of health care facilities Know what parts of NEC Chapter 5 deal with other occupancies, including: areas of assembly theaters temporary and permanent amusement attractions motion picture and television studios film projection rooms manufactured buildings agricultural buildings mobile homes, manufactured homes, recreational vehicles and park trailers floating buildings, marinas and boatyards temporary installations
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