1-Hour Online 70E for Managers and Safety Professionals
This training includes OSHA 1910 and NFPA 70E electrical safety requirements, and is specifically designed to help management personnel provide a safe workplace. Developing and implementing an electrical safety program that is effective in avoiding electrical safety problems, as well as one that is usable by your workforce, is a must. Management has to be aware of how decisions can effect safety. We’ll discuss making the right choices when identifying hazards, assessing risk and implementing risk controls. We’ll discuss the three legs of electrical safety; installation, maintenance and your electrical safety program. This course will prepare management personnel to administer their facilities electrical safety program.
BenefitsUpdated For 2018 NFPA 70E
What to look for at your own facility
Items With Calendar Requirements
Training required for your employees
Red flags to look for
Roadblocks to expect
Keys to success
Group Training Also Available At Your FacilityGreat for groups of managers and supervisors.
Can be scheduled to fit your needs.
Easy to get a quote.
Educate management to administer your electrical safety program.
Avoid costly OSHA citations.
Who Should AttendSafety Managers
Anyone managing employees exposed to electrical hazards.
- Testing & Troubleshooting vs Repair
- Live Work Permitted
- Energized Electrical Work Permits
- OSHA Safety Related Work Practices
- Training Required
- Retraining Triggers
- Elements of an Electrical Safety Program
- Who Are Your Qualified & Unqualified Workers
- Lockout – Tagout Program & Training
- Establishing An Electrically Safe Work Condition
- Verification Of ESWC
- Approach Boundaries
- Shock Risk Assessment
- Arc Flash Risk Assessment
- Arc Flash Boundary
- PPE For Shock
- Arc Flash PPE
- Arc Flash PPE Categories Method
- Arc Flash PPE Incident Energy Analysis Method