Arc Flash/NFPA 70E Electrical Safety Training
We have classes designed for industrial workers of all levels, including both qualified and unqualified workers, management and more. We can customize our training programs specifically for your industry and facility. We provide both onsite and public/open enrollment classes across the United States.
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The Arc Flash/NFPA 70E electrical safety training course covers OSHA Regulations CFR 29 1910.331 – 1910.335 – Electrical Safe Work Practices & the latest NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.
This is a comprehensive safety training program designed to protect employees from electrical hazards faced in the workplace every day. Training your employees in Arc Flash/NFPA 70E Electrical Safety will provide them with the knowledge to make sound decisions and institute safe work practices resulting in a much safer facility.
Students who complete the Arc Flash/NFPA 70E training seminar will learn safe work practices and procedures and as a result, be able to recognize dangerous situations and avoid hazards before an incident occurs. They will learn the safe approach distances to exposed electrical conductors and by class end they’ll be able to determine the proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for any situation or working condition encountered.
Please note, this NFPA 70E Electrical/Arc Flash Safety Training is not just required for electricians but for any employees working on or near energized electrical equipment operating at 50V or more.
Every student will leave this class with a much better understanding of the hazards they encounter every day and a newfound respect for electricity. This in turn will make your facility a safer environment for everyone.
Providing the proper arc flash training for your employees can reduce the risk of serious injury and even save lives.
Our NFPA 70E /Arc Flash training course is specially designed for Qualified and Unqualified workers.
Training is required for employees who face comparable risk of injury due to electric shock or other electrical hazards. OSHA requires all employees working on or near 50v or more to be trained.
Job titles of employees required to be trained:
Electricians, Electrical Technicians, Maintenance Technicians, Equipment and Machine Operators, Engineers, HVAC Technicians, Maintenance Millwrights & Mechanics, Field Service Technicians, Building and Stationary Engineers, Electrical Supervisors, Plant/Facility Supervisors, Building and Maintenance Managers, Environmental Health & Safety Personnel, etc.
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Employees performing the following types of jobs should attend:
Installing/Maintaining Electrical Equipment, Maintaining Plant or Facility Lighting, Installing/Replacing Motors, Adjusting Motor Overloads, Replacing Fuses, Repairing Motor Controls, Installing/Maintaining HVAC Equipment, Working on Plant or Building Generators, Troubleshooting Plant or Building Electrical Problems, Managing or Supervising Maintenance Operations, etc.
Electrical Safety Related Work Practices, Recognizing Electrical Hazards- Shock, Electrocution, Arc Flash, Arc Blast, How OSHA and NFPA 70E requirements affect your facility and personnel.
Reducing & Preventing Electrical Hazards, Protection from Arc Flash and Arc Blasts, Choosing proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to protect against electrical hazards, including Arc Flash and Arc Blast, Learning how to Inspect and Use PPE.
The New PPE Categories (formerly known as Hazard/Risk Category Classifications), FR Clothing, Voltage Rated Tools, Approach Boundaries, Arc Flash Risk Assessment (formerly known as Hazard Analysis)
Control of Hazardous Energy: Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Procedures, Energized Electrical Work Permits, Voltage Detection & Meter Safety, Emergency Procedures, Job Briefing, Switching Procedures/Model Safety Program
Qualified and Unqualified Person, Safety-Related Maintenance Requirements, Safety Requirements for Special Equipment, Minimizing Arc Flash Hazards, NFPA 70B, OSHA Requirements, the latest NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace, and much more.
We can help you reduce the cost of implementing 70E with proven methods of reducing hazards and without breaking the bank. Providing the NFPA 70E Electrical/Arc Flash Safety Training for your employees will reduce downtime because all employees are trained properly helping maintain cost-effective operations. Most importantly, following through with an Arc Flash/NFPA 70E Electrical Safety Program can save lives and eliminate injuries.
Remember, creating a safer environment will prevent injuries and lower workers’ compensation costs. These procedures are no longer an option and must be addressed to protect everyone. Arc Flash Safety including: personal protective equipment, proper tools and worker safety training are essentials that must be a part of every budget, every year.
At the end of the day, everyone’s goal is to go home to their families in good health and without injury. Implementing and following through with a sound electrical safety program will be a giant step toward reaching that goal for everyone.
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