This electrical safety course is designed for operators and non-qualified persons. The course has the following benefits:
- Comprehensive and fulfills the training requirements for NFPA 70E and applicable OSHA regulations for non-qualified persons.
- Oriented toward persons performing work near or operating electrical equipment which will increase facility safety.
- Fast paced and engaging so that the attendees remember what has been presented
- Video of arc flash accidents and PPE testing that give the attendees a sense of the hazards in the electrical world.
- Taught by knowledgeable instructors with field experience and knowledge so that the students can ask questions and get immediate answers.
If your answer is YES, then you want Operators/Non-Qualified Training Arc Flash and Electrical Safety Training developed by e-Hazard and presented by Robert E. Fuhr, P.E. In half day of training, the attendees will receive the mandatory level of classroom training needed on the primary governmental regulations for shock and arc flash safety. E-Hazard’s Operators Training covers safe work practices, electrical hazards, PPE requirements, and much, much more. The program is full of informative and stunning arc flash videos of garment testing and actual arc flash accidents. Following is just an example of what is covered in this acclaimed program.
Course Purpose: Designed to address the electrical safety training needs of particular operators as identified by management, engineering, and safety.
Fact: Almost 8000 electrical contact accidents occur in the U.S. each year.
Fact: One worker dies each day from electrical contact.
Fact: Fatalities from electrical accidents with a potential arc flash component have been trending downward since recent mandatory safe work practices have become “law.”
It often takes facts and statistics to convince us of why we need to take more care when working around electrical hazards. To achieve this level of understanding, e-Hazard includes the following:
- Accident statistics.
- Governmental regulations and laws, and their working relationships
- OSHA and 70E
- NESC and 70E
- NFPA 70E
- Why you should be concerned about safety
- Arc Flash Statistics
- Industry Regulations and Standards
- What is shock?
- What is an Arc Fault?
- Shock and Arc Flash Approach Boundaries
- What is it?
- How to read them
- Why they’re important
Safe Work Conditions
- Alarms and Arc Flash Labels
- Equipment Overview
- Lockout/Tag out Procedures
- Switches Overview
- Recommended Training