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David Pace

David A. Pace has twenty years' experience with Olin Corporation's Chlor-Alkali Chemicals Division in various positions in engineering, maintenance, and management, primarily in the field of power distribution and rectification. A registered professional engineer in the states of Alabama, Tennessee, and Georgia, Pace holds a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering from the University of South Alabama and is a member of NFPA National Electrical Code Technical Committee, Code Making Panel CMP-3, representing the Chemical Manufacturers Association. He is also a member of Revision Working Group, Chlorine Institute Pamphlet CI 139, "Electrical Safety in Chlor-Alkali Cell Facilities." Pace was co-author and co-presenter of technical papers at the IEEE, PCIC Annual Conference including paper PCIC-97-36, "Effective Implementation of Electrical Safety Regulations and Standards.


A Review of the Assured Equipment Grounding Conductor Program

Whether one is involved in designing, installing, or maintaining an electrical system, protection must be of primary concern. This includes not only safeguarding equipment and facilities from damage or improper operation, but it also includes the safety of personnel who may be exposed to the hazards inherent with any electrical installation.