8-Hour Qualified Electrical Safety Course
Awareness Training Arc Flash Loss Prevention
Conventions & Conferences
3 Year Retraining Updates
OSHA & NFPA 70E Requirements
Highly Experienced Qualified Trainers
Understanding the Hazards/PPE/Risk Assessment
This training is required before an individual can be “deemed” qualified and only qualified people are allowed to cross the restricted approach boundary and work on or near live exposed electrical components. The definition of a qualified person:
One who has demonstrated skills and knowledge related to the construction and operation of electrical equipment and installations AND has received safety training to identify and avoid the hazards involved.
Over the past several years, I am finding more and more of our clients are beginning to request the training in addition to the assessment. This makes sense because without the expertise of the hazards and the proper knowledge of the information on a label and what level of PPE to wear, the assessment only gets you into compliance with OSHA and NFPA 70E.
Without the expertise of the hazards and the proper knowledge of the information on a label and what level of PPE to wear, the assessment only gets you into compliance with OSHA and NFPA 70E. But what about your people knowing what to do with the information?
The guide covers three main topics:
“I have been to many arc flash qualified training sessions in my time, but your training course is by far one of the most interactive and informative sessions that I have ever attended.”
- Project Estimator,
Advanced Electrical Contracting