Inspecting Commercial Electrical Systems
Discover the unique challenges present when inspecting a commercial building’s electrical systems.
Upon completion of ASHI’s Inspecting Commercial Electrical Systems class, you will be able to:
Identify the proper safety procedures, personal protective equipment (PPE), and arc-flash
protection needed during a commercial electrical inspection
Describe the types and sizes of services within a report
Relate the unique characteristics of commercial electrical systems
Recall the common voltages used in commercial settings
Summarize the science and functions of three-phase electric supplies
Identify the basics of standby systems and backup generators
Describe uninterruptable power systems (UPS)
Outline the similarities and differences between residential and commercial electrical systems
Recognize various aspects of transformers like utility owned, private owned, size ratings, and application purposes
This full-day class is ASHI and TN state-approved for CE Credit. This means that participants will be rewarded with a total of 6 CE credits upon its completion.
Meet Your Instructor
Mike Twitty recently retired after 17 years in the general inspection and compliance inspection fields. He is a licensed electrician and is certified by the ICC and IAEI as a residential building inspector and residential electrical inspector.
Prior to becoming a home inspector, he retired from a 30-year career with Ford Motor Company where he worked as an industrial electrician. Mike currently provides continuing education training