Headquarters, illuminate all working areas for night
operations to the minimum intensity recommended in Table 4 of
API RP 540. For facilities within the jurisdiction of the U.
S. Coast Guard under 33 CFR Part 154, illuminate to the
minimum intensity required by that regulation. Provide
security lighting in accordance with MIL-HDBK-1013/1A for the
Navy, Corps TM 5-811-1 for the Army, and AFMAN 32-1080 and
AFOSH Standard 91-38 for the Air Force. If local or state
regulations exist, follow the most stringent requirements.
Grounding and Bonding
. The following references
apply to grounding and bonding systems:
a) ANSI/IEEE 142-91
b) NFPA 70
c) NFPA 77
d) NFPA 780
e) API RP 540
f) API RP 2003
g) IEEE 1100
h) NFPA 407
in accordance with Article 250 of NFPA 70:
b) Non-current-carrying metallic parts of electrical
equipment and installations, such as enclosures for
c) Metallic messengers of self-supporting cables.
d) Exposed conductive materials enclosing electrical
conductors, such as metallic conduit, metallic tubing,
metallic armoring, sheaths and shields, cable troughs, trays
and racks, wireways, and busways.