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MARINA ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS: THE GOOD, THE BAD, AND THE UGLY

AMI

July 30, 2019

The Association of Marina Industries is offering a new webinar on Marina Electrical Systems. This session will provide a review of the current ground-fault requirements per the National Electrical Code and general best practices for a marina electrical system.  Electrical problems within a marina can be minimized or avoided if they are detected early and addressed immediately.  The presentation will provide a checklist and many examples of what owners, operators, and maintenance individuals should be looking for during routine marina inspections to minimize potential issues before they happen.

Webinar Instructor 
Chris Dolan is the Sales and Customer Relations Manager for Marina Electrical Equipment (MEE) in Williamsburg, Virginia. He has been in the industry since 2000 focusing primarily on electrical design and the manufacturing of marina electrical and safety products.
 
Chris is a regular speaker at industry conferences and has performed training and webinar sessions for Docks and Marinas (University of Wisconsin), the American Boat and Yacht Council (ABYC), The Boating Expo, Boating Ontario, International Marina and Boatyard Conference (IMBC), Marina Association of Texas (MAT), the Marina Recreation Association (MRA), the Tennessee and Kentucky Marina Associations (TMA/KMA), and the Northwest Marine Trade Association on topics ranging from marina electrical design to electro-shock emergency response.  He serves on the Editorial Board for Marina Dock Age magazine and contributed to the marina electrical chapter of the new ASCE Manual No. 50. He currently serves as the secretary on the executive board of the Association of Marina Industries. Chris is also a member of the NFPA 303 Committee which sets the fire protection and electrical safety standards for marinas and boatyards.

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