How do I go about ensuring the copper plumbing supply and branch lines which have recently been replaced in my home are adequately grounded and bonded?

The supply lines are in the attic alongside the house's electrical lines,some of which are in direct contact with the copper lines,and I need to ensure that there is protection in the event they are 'energized' by the electrical lines......

The house is supplied by water both from the city mains and via a well............the city water in from the meter is via 3/4" pvc,as is the well water...........which are then plumbed to copper lines when they enter the house.......presently there is no grounding on the house's side of the water supply's except for the water heater's electrical ground and the well water's pump's ground...........none of the copper plumbing lines are presently bonded.........

Here is a photo showing the condition in general of the plumbing lines installation in the attic with respect to the electrical lines:



What I am asking is how do I now go about ensuring the copper plumbing lines are grounded and bonded.........do I tie in to the house's electrical ground........how......and bond the copper plumbing lines........how......do I created a separate ground for the copper plumbing lines only and bond them.........how...........do I isolate the copper plumbing lines from contact with the electrical lines.......how.........

If you'd temper your responses with respect to what you see in the photo I would appreciate it...........I am a 3rd world citizen in a 3rd world country and the condition you see in the photo is typical of homes constructed here of its era [1964]........granted it is now 2010......I am asking for your good advice please as how to make the installation safe...........electrical service to the house is 125A / 115V / 60 Hz and is as far as I know installed to South Florida code...............including grounding by way of an 8' ground rod..................thanks to all in advance for your replies that assist me.