2-Day Qualified Electrical Worker Training

2015 NFPA 70E Standards for Electrical Safety in the WorkplacePer OSHA, NFPA70E, IEEE 1584, NFPA70, and ANSI and American Red Cross

Includes Individualized Hands on Exercises

2 Day Course with CPR/AED Training

OSHA and NFPA70E require qualified persons working on or near energized equipment greater than 50 volts. Employing qualified personnel will reduce the company’s liability, lost time injuries, death and costly OSHA citations. Students will be trained, tested, documented and certified in all of the requirement’s necessary to be deemed qualified by the employer.

2014 National Electric Code (NEC)Keep up to date with changes in OSHA, NFPA70E and the latest in OSHA’s enforcement direction of arc flash training.

2 Day Qualified Electrical Worker Training including:

Two Trainers 2 days on-site:

Electrical Safety Specialists will conduct the on-site training for personnel on OSHA, NFPA70E, IEEE 1584, NFPA70, ANSI, and American Red Cross, combined with individualized hands on exercises in proficiency of skills and a written exam. Students will receive a folder containing Certificate of Achievement, training summary, along with written and photo documentation of proficiency for employer’s permanent records as required by OSHA.

Individual student hands on exercises to include:

  • Hands on demonstration of skills
  • Hazard Risk Assessment
  • Proper Voltage testing procedures
  • PPE Don Doff exercises including Arc Flash PPE and Proper Category and fitting of voltage rated gloves
  • Field testing of voltage rated gloves
  • Performing LOTO exercises
  • Interpretation of Arc Flash Labeling
  • Proper use of NFPA70E PPE tables and Shock boundaries
  • Release of victim’s hands on exercise
  • CPR/AED by an American Red Cross certified instructor (offered for those individuals that are not current. (Annually per the NFPA70E)
  • Showing Proficiency during Mock OSHA Inspection
  • Skills demonstration hands on exam

Avoid Arc Flash InjuriesOSHA Regulations and Requirements


  • Introduction To The NFPA70E
  • Standards and intent
  • Changes for 2015

NEC Article 110.16

Positive Electrical Safety Culture

  • In The beginning
  • A little knowledge is a dangerous thing
  • Evolution of the electrical worker (Past vs. present)
  • The ever present danger of electricity

General Requirements for Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices

Host and contract employer responsibilities

Training requirements

  • Emergency procedures
  • Release of victims
  • Qualified persons

Electrical Safety Program (ESP)

Job Briefing

Shock Hazards

  • Shock boundaries
  • Shock Protection

Understanding Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Labeling Requirements

Questions and answers

Written exam showing retention of knowledge