NFPA 70E training is recommended for electricians and any other workers whose job entails exposure to electrical hazards. The NFPA 70E training course explains in great detail common electrical hazards, risk assessment problem solving techniques and NFPA and OSHA Resources on safe work practices for electrical work. By receiving proper training electrical hazardous training, this can lower the risk of employees getting hurt while at work and helps protect the company.
Electrical Safety Specialists offers the industry’s best electrical safety training nationwide. ESS trainers are Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professionals (CESCP), certified to ensure that the highest quality training possible is provided. NFPA 70E training is offered in 4- or 8-hour classes and include some of the following:
- Introduction To The NFPA 70E
- Standards and intent
-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
-NFPA 70E Training requirements
- Release of victims
- Qualified persons
-Electrical Safety program (ESP)
-Insulated Tools and Equipment
- When necessary
- Adequacy of V-Rated Tools
- V-Rated glove
- Testing Requirements
- Field Testing: (hands on demonstration)
-Electrically Safe Work Condition
-Examples of ESWC and working within Limited Approach Boundary
-Personal Protective Equipment (Electrical PPE)
- Who is responsible?
- Care and Maintenance
- Outer and Under Layer
- ATPV (Arc Thermal Performance Value) and HRC Category Electrical PPE examples
-Hazardous electrical energy control procedures
-Understanding Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Labeling Requirements
ESS also gives a written examination to trainees to ensure that they are knowledgeable, and information is understood.
If you are an electrical worker and need to receive your NFPA 70E training, contact Electrical Safety Specialist at (816) 925-0443 to get enrolled in one of our onsite nationwide courses today!