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OSHA and NFPA70E require any person working on or near energized equipment greater than 50 volts must go through qualified electrical training. Employing qualified personnel will reduce the company’s liability, lost time injuries, death and costly OSHA citations. Qualified electrical work training students will be trained, tested, documented and certified in all of the requirement’s necessary to be deemed qualified by the employer.

Electrical Safety Specialists will send a trainer to conduct on-site training for qualified electrical worker training personnel on OSHA, NFPA70E, IEEE 1584, NFPA70, ANSI, and American Red Cross, combined with individualized hands on exercises in proficiency of skills and a written exam. Qualified electrical worker training students will receive a folder containing Certificate of Achievement, training summary, along with written and photo documentation of proficiency for employer’s permanent records as required by OSHA.

Our Qualified Electrical Training course includes the following:

  • Introduction to NFPA 70E
  • Standards and intent
  • Changes for 2018
  • NEC article 110.16
  • Positive Electrical Safety Culture
  • General requirements for Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices
  • Maintenance and training requirements
  • Host and contract employer responsibilities
  • Electrical Safety program (ESP)
  • Job Briefing
  • Shock Hazards
  • Insulated Tools and Equipment
  • Meter safety
  • Arc Flash/Blast Hazards
  • Electrically Safe Work Condition
  • Examples of ESWC and working within Limited Approach Boundary
  • PPE Requirements
  • Understanding and interpretation of Arc Flash and Shock Hazard labeling requirements
  • Hazard Risk Assessment
  • Proper Voltage testing procedures
  • Field testing and fitting of voltage rated gloves
  • Performing LOTO exercises
  • Proper use of NFPA 70E PPE tables and Shock boundaries
  • Emergency procedures and Release of victim’s hands on exercise
  • CPR/AED training conducted by an American Red Cross certified instructor
  • Showing Proficiency during Mock OSHA Inspection
  • Skills demonstration hands on exam