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Arc Flash Labels

Let’s talk about arc flash labels. As I travel around the country teaching 70E classes, refresher and awareness classes and what have you, I see a lot of confusion about when the labels need to go on, what needs to be on them, what can’t be on them, things like that. So let’s talk about…

Electrical Safety Elevator Pitch

OSHA requires unqualified people to receive training for the electrical hazards that they’re exposed to. Now, when it comes to qualified people, you have to be qualified to do the electrical task that you’re performing. Under the word qualified comes a lot of things: We’re talking about training, we’re talking about being able to demonstrate…

Critical Electrical Safety Targets

Make sure these get done!   De-energize. Unless the employer can justify live work, it is not permitted. Live testing and troubleshooting are allowed, but altering the circuit live is difficult to justify. Workers must be qualified for each electrical task they perform, and the electrical hazard they are exposed to. Workers must know how to…

What Is A Qualified Electrician?

Limitations Of Live Electrical Work First, let’s begin with the limitations of live electrical work. Hopefully, the only live work your people are performing is verification of zero volts during lockout/tagout and maybe some troubleshooting and other diagnostic work. Repair of electrical circuits, that is replacing of components or altering the circuit in any way,…

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Nearly 30 Years Of Experience Teaching Electrical Personnel
This arc flash training course is for anyone working on energized electrical equipment and includes NFPA 70E and OSHA requirements for shock and arc hazards. Attendees will learn the latest in electrical safety standards and regulations. This training goes toward satisfying your OSHA & 70E training requirement and will produce workers more aware of the hazards and how to reduce the risk. Students will learn shock and arc flash hazard PPE selection methods. NFPA 70E & arc flash training is a must. Your people will walk out of this class better prepared for work involving electrical hazards.
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Electrical Safety Training

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About Our Training

  • We do not teach people to memorize OSHA regulations or the 70E standard language.

  • Instead, we illustrate the concepts of how the regulations and standards should shape your everyday work procedures.

  • We will accomplish this by doing numerous exercises in the classroom involving your electrical equipment as examples.

  • We do not use contractors. Daryn would be your instructor.

  • We don’t sell any other products or services. Therefore, you won’t get a sales pitch for an arc flash assessment, PPE, FR clothing, etc.

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Example Of Exercises We Will Do:

I choose a student and ask:

Scenario: You have to verify zero volts in a 480 volt control panel with an arc rating of 15.8 cal/cm2 and an 87 inch arc flash boundary.
Based on what you are wearing in class right now:

  • What clothing items must you remove?

  • What can you leave on?

  • What PPE do you have to add?

We also do exercises when there is no arc flash label using the category method.


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Daryn Lewellyn

Daryn Lewellyn

2019 marks 30 years of training experience for Daryn. After spending ten years working in industry himself, he has trained industrial electrical maintenance workers at facilities from coast-to-coast. He has developed and taught classes in industrial electricity, hands-on troubleshooting, 3-phase distribution, PLCs, 70E, arc flash, motors, and motor controls. Written articles for The Journal of Chemical Health & Safety, EHS Today, Industrial Safety & Hygiene News, Electrical Construction & Maintenance, Occupational Health & Safety, among others. Spoken at the American Society of Safety Engineers Professional Development Conference and Exposition on numerous occasions as well at their regional events. And the National Safety Council Congress and many corporate safety retreats. He loves training.