NFPA 70E Arc Flash 2-day ‘Hands-On’ Training:
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The NFPA 70E Arc Flash 2-day ‘Hands-On’ training covers OSHA Regulations 29 CFR 1910.331 – 1910.335 – Electrical Safe Work Practices & the NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.
*** This is a comprehensive training seminar for anyone working on or near energized electrical equipment ***
Job titles of employees who should be trained include:
Electricians, HVAC Technicians, Equipment and Machine Operators, Maintenance Millwrights & Mechanics, Field Service Technicians, Water Operators, Maintenance Technicians, Building and Stationary Engineers, Maintenance/Electrical Supervisors, Plant/Facility Supervisors, Building and Maintenance Managers, Safety Personnel, etc.
*** OSHA mandates employees working on or near 50V or more to be trained ***
Employees performing the following jobs should attend the NFPA 70E Arc Flash 2-day ‘Hands-On’ Training:
- Installing/Maintaining Electrical Equipment
- Maintaining Plant or Facility Lighting Installing/Replacing Motors
- Adjusting Motor Overloads
- Replacing Fuses
- Repairing Motor Controls
- Installing/Maintaining HVAC Equipment
- Working on Plant or Building Generators
- Troubleshooting Plant or Building Electrical Problems
- Managing or Supervising Maintenance Operations, etc.
NFPA 70E Arc Flash training topics include:
- Electrical Safe Work Practices
- Recognizing Electrical Hazards
- Arc Flash/Arc Blast Shock/Electrocution
- Hazard/Risk Category Classifications
- Limits of Approach
- Inspecting and Selecting proper PPE
- Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Procedures
- Meter Safety
- Emergency Procedures
- OSHA Requirements
- 2012 NFPA 70E Changes
- and more!
Each student is tested with a written exam at the conclusion of the training. Upon successful completion each student is awarded 1.6 CEU’s and will also receive a completion certificate issued to the company/student. Wallet size cards are available upon request. Public and onsite classes available nationwide. Request more information here.
OSHA regulations, NEC standards, and NFPA 70E have mandated that industry have an electrical safety program along with electrical safe work procedures. OSHA adopted regulations on safe electrical work practices in 1990 based on NFPA 70E, and is proposing a revised standard that conforms to the most recent editions of NFPA 70E. Given that the NEC (National Electrical Code) and OSHA have both started referring to it in their documents, citations are now being written based on NFPA 70E. NFPA 70E applies to employees who work on or near exposed energized electrical conductors or circuit parts. This includes electrical maintenance personnel, operators, troubleshooters, electricians, linemen, engineers, supervisors, site safety personnel or anyone exposed to energized equipment of 50 volts or more. The goal of the standard is to keep electrical workers free from the hazards of shock, electrocution, arc flash, and arc blast.
“…I’ve gained more respect for the electrical tasks I perform everyday and I loved the instructor’s enthusiasm for the subject….”
“….I wasn’t too excited about coming to this class, but I’m sure glad I went…what an eye opener!
“…This is the first class my company has sent me to where I’ve actually thanked my boss for sending me…”
“…There were real situations and scenarios presented that related to my day-to-day work procedures….”
“…I was very impressed with the instructors knowledge, he’s been in the trenches and knows what he’s talking about… best class I’ve been to by far…”
For information about NFPA 70E Arc Flash training at your site or in your area, click here.