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#96189 - 11/09/05 10:06 AM Change from EGC to Equipment Bonding Conductor
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Don
Please bring us up to speed on how your proposal to change the term grounding to bonding is going.
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#96190 - 11/09/05 10:11 AM Re: Change from EGC to Equipment Bonding Conductor
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Tom,
I didn't do anything with that this code cycle. After the last code cycle a "task force" was set up to study the issue. Their report should be part of the ROP when it is published next June.
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#96191 - 11/09/05 10:38 AM Re: Change from EGC to Equipment Bonding Conductor
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I sure hope that idea gets adopted as it will simplify training issues immensely.
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