ELECTRICAL SAFETY

Includes Arc Flash Calculations


This Training Is Required By OSHA

 

Arc Flash Calculations Must Be Re-done

Every Five Years

 

Length: One-Day

 

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What Our Students Are Saying

 

I took An NTT class on Arc Flash 70E, learned more on this subject in one-day with your class than 2 days with NTT  - Lee Southard - Volvo Construction

 

This course gave me the information I need to complete our NFPA 70E program. It also gave the various electrical supervisors in our company, information they will be able to use everyday. - Tim White - Nucor

 

Very informative class! It will save lives

Bryan Gomez  - Owens Corning

 

I learned a lot of information I didn't know before. Thank you

Oscar Guerra - International Paper

 

About the Class

 

OSHA 1910.331 through .335 contains the Safety Related Work Practices - for anyone facing a risk of electrical hazard.  OSHA tells you what you have to do, but not how to do it.  The National Fire Protection Association's standard 70E (NFPA 70E) tells you how to meet and exceed the OSHA requirements.  In this one-day class we will teach you how to get in compliance with OSHA by using NFPA 70E. A certificate of completion will be  awarded at the end of the class.

Course Objectives

Persons successfully completing this course will be able to:

Explain what constitutes an electrical hazard

Apply NFPA70E when working on or near exposed energized parts

Implement safe work practices

Explain the different approach boundaries to live parts

Calculate a flash protection boundary

Select the correct personal protective equipment 

You will be able to immediately apply what you have learned on the plant floor. 

Prerequisites

None

 

Who Should Attend

 

Anyone who works on, near or around electrical equipment and conductors. OSHA 1910.331 - .335 mandates Electrical Safety Training for the occupations listed below:

 

Blue collar supervisors
Electrical and electronic engineers
Electrical and electronic equipment assemblers
Electrical and electronic technicians
Electricians
Industrial machine operators
Material handling equipment operators
Mechanics and repairers
Painters
Riggers and roustabouts
Stationary engineers
Welders

 

What You Will Take With You

 

Impact Training Services course manual - containing all the material covered in the class

 

NFPA 70E (2012) - Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace

 

Personalized Certificate of Completion

 

The ability to recognize and avoid electrical hazards and the personal protective equipment  and job planning necessary to work safely

 

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Course Fee: $589

Duration: 1 day

Contact Hours: 7

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