Its been yearssssssss since I was an electrical design engineer, but way back when there wasnt any requirement the outer metal skin of a pole barn shop etc be grounded, but it wouldnt hurt if you wished to do so. Problem is theres half A$$ "grounding" like if you bonded to one sheet of metal and relied on all the screws n nails for an effective current path among all the panels orrrrrrrrrrr run a braided copper wire around the building and bond to each n every piece which I doubt youre interested in doing....
ITS THE ELECTRICAL SERVICE THAT REQUIRES PROPER GROUNDING instead of the metal skin sheets.
Sure you can install lightning rod protection if you wish but again its not a requirement Im aware of and Id worry less about the metal shop then a frame home as far as fire is concerned.
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