Arc Flash /NFPA 70E Training

Practical, Real-world Arc Flash Training

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, our training can be completed remotely at this time. Students can attend live instructor-led, interactive courses virtually if unable to in-person.


We can come directly to your facility to provide this training for just your employees (onsite/closed) or you can send your employees to one of our open enrollment/public classes across the United States. Certification, Comprehensive Hands-on Courses, Awareness, Refresher,  and Customized Training available. 

Onsite & Live Virtual/Online Classes Available. Contact us for more information:
Call: 877-252-2626 | Email: info@jacmangroupsafety.com


Arc Flash/NFPA 70E Electrical Safety Training

This training covers OSHA Regulations CFR 29 1910.331 – 1910.335 – Electrical Safe Work Practices & the NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. Our courses can be customized to meet your specific needs, and are designed for industrial workers of all levels, including Qualified and Unqualified.  We provide the Comprehensive Arc Flash/NFPA 70E Training as well as the Refresher and Update Classes, and we also have Customized Training available.

Feel free to contact us to discuss your specific needs and requirements. We’re here to help you through this complicated process.

This safety training is designed to protect workers from electrical hazards faced in the workplace every day. Ensuring your employees have been properly trained in Arc Flash/NFPA 70E will provide them with the knowledge to make sound decisions and institute safe work practices resulting in a much safer facility.

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. Providing the proper arc flash training for your employees reduces the risk of serious injury, save lives, and reduce OSHA fines.

Students who complete the Arc Flash/NFPA 70E training 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.

Students leave our 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.

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Training is required for employees who face comparable risk of injury due to electric shock or other electrical hazards. OSHA mandates any employees working on or near 50v or more to be trained.

NFPA 70E requirements for safe work practices to protect personnel by reducing exposure to major electrical hazards. The NFPA 70E, developed initially at OSHA’s request, helps companies and workers avoid workplace injuries and fatalities due to shock, electrocution, arc flash, and arc blast, and assists in complying with OSHA 1910 Subpart S and OSHA 1926 Subpart K.

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The Jacman Group is a nationally recognized electrical safety training company specializing in Arc Flash/NFPA 70E Safety Training and facility Arc Flash Risk Assessments. We are 100% focused on Electrical Safety and  help companies of all sizes achieve and maintain a safe electrical work environment.


Contact us with any questions or to schedule your Arc Flash Training:

Call: 877-252-2626 | Email: info@jacmangroupsafety.com | Request more information

 

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"I want to first off say our class was a success and your instructor was excellent. All agree who went. We were entertained and instructed at the same time. I have 32 plus years of this type of training and most of the time it is a boring slide show … "

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