We Can Help With Your NFPA 70E Training Requirements
Our courses go towards satisfying OSHA & NFPA 70E training requirements. For over 28 years I have taught electrical safety courses for most of the Fortune 500 in almost every state. I am the founder of Lewellyn Technology, which I sold in 2012. I have taught classes for Pfizer, Eli Lilly, Ford, Harley Davidson, G.E., U.S. Navy, U.S. Army, Sony, Pillsbury, TRW, B.F. Goodrich, Columbia House, Bemis & Duke Energy among others.
Electrical Training Pro is a new kind of training company. We don’t have layers upon layers of management. This makes us lean, allowing us to offer you training at a more cost-effective price. We aren’t trying to sell you other services or products, like an arc flash analysis or insulated gloves. Training is all that we do and we’ll provide you that training when you need it and how you need it.
A qualified electrical worker, among other things, understands the equipment installation and operation, can identify which parts are live and can use an appropriate voltmeter to test the circuit and create an electrically safe work condition. That worker must also have received electrical safety training to be able to recognize and reduce the risk of electrical hazards.
They must demonstrate to the employer, through regular supervision and required annual audits that they have the skills and knowledge to be considered qualified.
The employer alone can designate someone as qualified. A training company can only provide the training required.
NFPA 70E Training Requirements
We can help you with your NFPA 70E training requirement, which calls for qualified workers to be trained at least every three years. It also includes events that trigger retraining, such as evidence the employee is not complying with your electrical safety policy or 70E or a new technology comes into the workplace.
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