Co-sponsored by the PA Department of Environmental Protection
This one-day course is designed to help radon mitigators better understand the electrical end of their systems. By gaining a better understanding of how electrical circuits operate — and how and why they don’t! — this class can help you become a more insightful on-site troubleshooter and installer.
The course will also address the often complicated issue of code compliance by reviewing the relevant sections of electrical code and radon mitigation standards. You’ll get to learn safety tips for working with and around electrical systems, and have the chance to troubleshoot some electrical problems in small groups.
To explain how electrical circuits operate and how to read electrical circuit diagrams
To review fundamental safety techniques for anyone working with or around electrical circuits and equipment
To highlight relevant portions of building, electrical and radon codes that govern radon mitigation work in Pennsylvania
To review common electrical problems reported by radon mitigators and PADEP personnel
- To provide participants the opportunity for hands-on troubleshooting of common electrical problems
Registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, and course materials.