Ive posted about this problem before, but I would like to know what you guys would do. I was going back today at work to make a nuetral to ground bond at a 120/208 panel. The reason was there was no bond at the transformer because my foreman says a 120/208 doesnt need to be bonded, but if it was a 120/240 it would. Anyway I tried to sneek and bond it at the panel before he caught me but he did and told me not to do it. So do I let it ride and not have a bonded XO on the seperately derived system and hope noone gets killed or equipment fried? He even tried to pull out his codebook today and show me, but he wasnt looking at 250.30. Im not sure he knows what a seperately derived system is.