NFPA 70E Training to Businesses Nationwide Delivered by ESS. Schedule your 2023 Training Classes Today!

NFPA 70E training is offered by Electrical Safety Specialists (ESS) throughout the Kansas City Metro Area and Nationwide. No matter where you are, we will bring our experienced instructors and training materials so that your company has the electrical skills needed for a safer 2023. 

NFPA 70E training varies from other trainings offered because employees must be retrained every three years, due to the NFPA 70E ® being updated. Are your employees trained on the NFPA 70E? An Electrical Engineer from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) explains that OSHA requires employees not be exposed to known hazards and states, “Under NFPA 70E, this means eliminating the hazard by design, installation, or an electrically safe work condition.”

Electrical safety training from an NFPA Certified Electrical Safety Compliance Professional (CESCP) is crucial to reducing your organization’s liability, lost time, injuries, death, and costly OSHA citations.

About our NFPA 70E Training

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 and includes a written examination. To see more details, click here.

Topics included are:

·       General Requirements for Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices
·       Host and Contract Employer Responsibilities
·       Electrical Safety Program (ESP)
·       Shock Hazards
·       Insulated Tools & Equipment
·       Meter Safety
·       Electrically Safe Work Conditions
·       Limited Approach Boundary
·       Personal Protective Equipment (Electrical PPE)
·       Hazardous Electrical Energy Control Procedures

·       Understanding Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Labeling Requirements

NFPA 70E training should include not only “qualified persons” who work within 3′ 6″ of exposed energized parts operating at 50 volts or above or if an electrical hazard exists, but also “unqualified persons,” such as janitorial or maintenance staff who work near an electrical hazard. Outside contractors and others who may visit the facility should also provide proof of training. 

Schedule Your 2023 Training Class Today!

ESS are experts in electrical safety, training, Arc Flash Assessments, testing and services for electrical projects. In a short time, we will travel to your facility anywhere in the United States and conduct training for employees, giving you more time to deal with other issues.

NFPA 70E training from ESS protects employees from injury and builds a culture of safety within the company. Contact ESS today or call 816-925-0443 to get more information and learn how your employees can learn to perform their tasks in a safe and efficient manner.

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