Electrical Safety Training
Arc Flash Training
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Mark your calendar, there are things we are required to do on schedule. Training, audits, visual inspections, testing, etc. are required by NFPA 70E to be accomplished on a strict schedule. We have gathered those here to help remind you when these things need to be done.
Electrical safety in an R&D facility or laboratory can be challenging. The rules for R&D labs have been broadened in the 2018 edition of NFPA 70E.
You know your crew needs to wear FR clothing that meets a certain arc rating. But do you understand what that protection level means or how FR fabric gets its arc rating?
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Electrical Safety Training
Practical Training Delivered In A Way That Fits Your Needs – Not Ours.
Our electrical safety training
is designed for your maintenance and repair personnel who are exposed to electrical hazards. We provide electrical safety courses that cover arc flash, shock, OSHA 1910 Subpart S and NFPA 70E. We won’t try to sell you an arc flash analysis or other canned online safety courses read by someone pretending to know what they are talking about. Our experience comes from working in electrical maintenance and repair. Your employees attending this class will learn the latest in electrical safety standards and regulations. This training goes toward satisfying your OSHA training requirement and will produce electrical maintenance workers more aware of the hazards and how to reduce the risk. This course reflects the evolution of NFPA 70E in the direction of risk assessment and hazard elimination. The hierarchy of risk controls will be discussed in a way that can be applied right away. Shock and Arc Flash hazard PPE selection is covered in detail. Real-world scenarios and OSHA citations will be discussed to see what the group thinks could have been done differently. OSHA 1910 as well as NFPA 70E will be discussed. We can incorporate your facility’s electrical safety program, arc flash incident energy analysis report and equipment labeling, into the class if you’d like. Your people will walk out of this class better prepared for work involving electrical hazards.
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Electrical Safety For Managers OSHA & 70E
For anyone managing employees exposed to electrical hazards