Arc Flash Training As Required By OSHA
Arc flash training as required by OSHA can be provided nationwide by Electrical Safety Specialists. OSHA 1910 Subpart S mandates that any employee who might come into contact with an electrical hazard must receive electrical safety training. What is arc flash and why is training necessary? When an electric current…Read More
NFPA 70E Training: How Many Hours Are Required?
NFPA 70E training from ESS not only protects employees from injury but builds a culture of safety within the company. Electrical safety is an ongoing consideration with mandates and regulations that are updated frequently. OSHA identifies arc flash as a key hazard that you must identify and protect your employees…Read More
Arc Flash Risk Assessment: The Three Main Factors
An arc flash risk assessment is required by OSHA and the NFPA 70E to determine the risk level for all areas in which employees perform work. This helps save lives and money by minimizing the risk of injuries and lost time due to accidents and is essential to ensuring worker…Read More
Arc Flash Training: How Often Is It Required?
Arc Flash Training courses provided by Electrical Safety Specialists keep your employees up to date with the ever-changing NFPA 70E standards. These courses are taught nationwide and cover the complex standards and regulations per the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and NFPA 70E. Electrical Safety Specialists offers NFPA 70E…Read More
Types Of Electrical Safety Training Offered Nationwide By ESS
Electrical safety training is available from Electrical Safety Specialists anywhere across the United States, and now is the time to plan for your 2022 training needs. We offer Qualified Electrical Worker Training, NFPA 70E Training, Lockout Tagout Training, and customized training programs. Our training capabilities allow our staff to address…Read More
How Long Is NFPA 70E Training Good For?
Though NFPA 70E training isn’t specifically called for by OSHA, it is considered the industry standard for worker safety and compliance. OSHA 1910 Subpart S does mandate that any employee who might come into contact with an electrical hazard must receive electrical safety training. Eliminating or neutralizing a hazard by…Read More
Electrical PPE Requirements For Arc Flash Safety
Electrical PPE, or personal protective equipment, is a critical measure for arc flash safety. Arc flash PPE should include head-to-toe protection against this serious hazard in order to complete the job in the safest, most efficient, and professional manner possible. Appropriate arc flash PPE includes arc-resistant gear, voltage-rated gloves, and…Read More
Arc Flash Study: What Does It Tell You?
An arc flash study can be conducted nationwide by ESS to determine the risk levels for all areas in which employees may perform work. This study saves lives and money by ensuring safe work practices and minimizing the possibility of injuries and lost time accidents. Arc flash risk assessment is…Read More