Lighting Protection Systems For Nassau County (GITS©)

Lightning protection systems contractor: Those who are qualified to install, maintain, repair or alter any lightning protection system, including all terminals, conductors, ground rods, fittings and all other system fastenings, connections and bonding necessary to complete a system designed to protect structures and open spaces. Electrical installation required to make the system operational may be included in the contract but must be subcontracted to a certified electrical contractor.

Lighting Protection Systems Courses

Lighting Protection Systems Exams

Lighting Protection Systems Exam

  • Number of Questions: 25
  • Time Allowed (hours): 1 1/2
  • Subject Area and Number of Questions:
    • General Theory and Electrical Principles 2
    • Wiring and Protection 6
    • Wiring Methods and Materials 7
    • OSHA Safety 2
    • Electrical Signs and Outline Lighting 6
    • Signs-Neon 2

Business Exam

This exams tests candidate's knowledge of payroll taxes, workers' compensation, unemployment compensation, lien laws and other laws or subjects that will affect their daily operations as contractors. All contractors need to take and pass this exam.

  • Number of Questions: 50
  • Time Allowed (hours): 2
  • Subject Area and Number of Questions:
    • Insurance Laws 10
    • Tax Laws 10
    • Safety 6
    • Management 4
    • Lien Laws 8
    • Employment Laws 4
    • General Accounting 8

List of Books For Lighting Protection Systems Contractor

The book set includes all required references for both the Lighting Protection Systems and Business Procedures exams. Orders placed before 2 PM are shipped the same day via UPS and a tracking number is emailed before 3 PM.

NASSAU COUNTY (FLORIDA) LIGHTING PROTECTION SYSTEMS (GITS) - BOOK SET WITHOUT TABS INCLUDES ALL BOOKS FOR TRADE AND BUSINESS EXAMS

Sales price: $238.73

NASSAU COUNTY (FLORIDA) LIGHTING PROTECTION SYSTEMS (GITS) - BOOK SET WITH TABS INCLUDES ALL BOOKS FOR TRADE AND BUSINESS EXAMS

Sales price: $278.73

Lighting Protection Systems Books

OSHA is required for both the business and the trade exams.

  • CFR (OSHA) Tile 29 Part 1926

    CFR (OSHA) Tile 29 Part 1926

    OSHA (CFR 29 Part 1926) is the leading safety reference in the construction industry covering all aspects of construction.
    $29.87
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  • NEON Techniques

    NEON Techniques

    NEON, Techniques and Handling, is one of the books used by Florida electricians and electrical sign contractors to prepare for their licensing exams with the state.
    $29.45
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  • NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code

    NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code

    The 2017 National Electrical Code is used as a reference in electrical contractor exams.
    $109.98
    $109.98
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Business Books

OSHA is required for both the business and the trade exams.

  • Florida Contractor's Business Procedures Reference Manual

    Florida Contractor's Business Procedures Reference Manual

    This book includes many of the aspects of operating a business related to the construction industry and shows everything there is to know about the proper way to file taxes; what insurance to carry; how to manage daily accounts, and how, when, and why to file a paperwork for a lien.
    $69.43
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  • CFR (OSHA) Tile 29 Part 1926

    CFR (OSHA) Tile 29 Part 1926

    OSHA (CFR 29 Part 1926) is the leading safety reference in the construction industry covering all aspects of construction.
    $29.87
    $29.87
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Study Guides

The following books are accepted study materials, but are NOT allowed for use at the examination. They will assist you in preparation for the examination.

  1. Mike Holt's Illustrated Guide to Electrical Exam Preparation,
  2. Mike Holt's Understanding the National Electric Code, Vol 1 and Vol 2
  3. Mike Holt's Limited Energy and Communication Systems,
  4. Mike Holt's Understanding Basic Motor Controls
  5. Mike Holt's Electrical Formulas