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What Is A Qualified Electrician?

What Is A Qualified Electrician Workers exposed to electrical hazards must be qualified for that exposure and the task they are performing. NFPA 70E and OSHA have similar definitions with similar requirements concerning what it means to be qualified. In this article, I will help you understand what makes a qualified electrical worker. Limitations Of…

OSHA Training Requirements For Electrical Safety

OSHA Training Requirements For Electrical Safety Based on the number of questions I get from clients, the electrical safety-related OSHA training requirements can be confusing. In simple terms, a company has to provide electrical safety-related work practices and train employees on them. A worker has to be qualified, trained and can demonstrate skills, on any…

The Main Circuit Breaker For This Control Panel Doesn’t De-energize The Panel

The Main Circuit Breaker For This Control Panel Doesn’t De-energize The Panel Introduction This control panel is like thousands of control panels out in facilities today, and maybe even many in your facility. It controls a machine on the factory floor. It has four motor starters, individual circuit breakers for those motor circuits, ice cube…

One Arc Flash Suit For The Entire Maintenance Department Is A Big Mistake

Avoiding tight fitting clothing is essential if that clothing is being worn to protect you against the thermal effects of an arc flash. NFPA 70E states that the worker must avoid tight-fitting arc flash gear and that loose fitting clothes provide more thermal protection because of the “air spaces.”

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is designed for your 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 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 are 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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25 years ago I founded Lewellyn Technology as an industrial electrical training company. Running that company was the greatest experience of my life. I loved the employees and the daily contact with our customers. I sold the company in 2012 and miss people and the work terribly. A lot has changed in 25 years, especially in electrical safety training & delivery. Electrical Training Pro uses a new model for doing business that is not constrained by burdensome overhead, many layers of management and outdated technology. Training that is timely, convenient and cost-effective. Training, when you need it, how you need it. Much of our training and content will be free and available 24/7 on any device. We can also come to your facility for customized on-site training. I’ve been an electrical instructor/speaker for almost 30 years. Electrical safety training is my passion.