Nationwide Electrical Safety Training From Electrical Safety Specialists
ESS offers a variety of electrical safety training services anywhere across the United States. Our training capabilities allow our staff to address employees of various levels, and our services result in increased profit margin, increased uptime, and reduced liability.
Electrical Safety Training
The Occupational Safety And Health Administration (OSHA) and NFPA70E require any person working on or near energized equipment greater than 50 volts to go through qualified electrical safety training. Employing qualified personnel will reduce the company’s liability, lost time, injuries, death, and costly OSHA citations.
Our trainers are Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professionals (CESCP), certified to ensure they can provide the highest quality electrical safety training possible. Our team of safety experts will help you identify a training program that suits your team’s needs, specific to the various tasks and job requirements of the different individuals in your facilities.
Qualified Electrical Worker Training
Qualified electrical worker training students will be trained, tested, documented and certified in all of the requirements necessary to be deemed qualified by the employer. ESS will send a trainer to conduct on-site training for qualified electrical worker training personnel on OSHA, NFPA70E, IEEE 1584, NFPA70, and ANSI combined with individualized hands on exercises in proficiency of skills and a written exam.
NFPA 70E Training
Keep up to date with this great NFPA 70E Training introductory course to arc flash and electrical hazards. This course will cover the complex standards and regulations per OSHA & NFPA 70E and the latest in OSHA’s enforcement direction of arc flash training. NFPA 70E Training is offered in 4 and 8 hour classes.
Lockout Tagout Training
OSHA requires two types of lockout tagout training: Authorized Employee and Affected Employee. Authorized employees are the ones who will lockout and service the machines, and training will include when and how to apply lockout tagout, how to handle group lockout, and shift change procedures. Affected employees typically consist of administrative staff and machine operators that work near the machines, and training will include their responsibilities to the program and the scope and purpose of the lockout tagout program.
For more information about nationwide electrical safety training, click here or call ESS at (816) 925-0443.
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