Does Arc Flash Training Expire?
Arc Flash Training courses provided by Electrical Safety Specialists keep your employees up to date with the ever-changing NFPA 70E standards. Our introductory course covers the complex standards and regulations per OSHA and NFPA 70E, and the latest in OSHA’s enforcement direction. Although OSHA doesn’t enforce NFPA 70E, the agency…Read More
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 Training: What Is It?
Arc Flash Training courses provided by Electrical Safety Specialists keep your employees up to date with the ever-changing electrical safety 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 Arc Flash training…Read More
How Often Is NFPA 70E Training Required?
ESS is your expert for NFPA 70E training. OSHA 1910 Subpart S mandates that any employee who might come into contact with an electrical hazard must receive electrical safety training. Though OSHA does not specifically call for NFPA 70E training, it is considered the industry standard for worker safety and…Read More
Arc Flash Can Be Deadly – Electrical Safety Specialists Train Nationwide
Arc flash occurs when an electric current passes through air between ungrounded conductors or between ungrounded conductors and grounded conductors. The temperatures can reach 35,000°F. Exposure to these extreme temperatures both burns the skin directly and causes ignition of clothing, which adds to the burn injury. The majority of…Read More
Electrical Safety Specialists Provides Trainings Nationwide, Put Safety First!
For the last 25 years, several members of our leadership team have worked together developing relationships with various individuals that are all at the top of the electrical safety industry. Recognizing the fact that each skill set requires a lifetime commitment, Electrical Safety Specialists built a team of professionals to…Read More