Electrical Safety & Training 2017-11-15T05:56:00+00:00

Electrical Safety & Training

Electrical Safety Training Classes Offered

Southwest Energy Systems presents Electrical Safety training classes to ensure that your personnel understand the ‘hazards’ and ‘risks’ associated with electrical energy, how to protect themselves, their co-workers, and your equipment from the dangers that can result from arc flashes. We offer these courses—at your facility or ours—to enhance safety, not to make a profit—so there are no sales pitches involved. Certificates of Accomplishment meeting OSHA requirements can be obtained by completing the core coursework.

70E-010; Electrical and Arc-Flash Safety Training

Wednesday, January 24th 2018 at SES
This course introduces personnel to the methods used to identify the shock and arc-flash ‘hazards ‘and ‘risks’ associated with electrical energy, and work practices to establish an electrically safe work condition. “Incident Energy” and “Limits of Approach”, as defined on equipment labels, are discussed along with guidance on selection and use of personal protective equipment (PPE), and application of lockout/tag out (LOTO). Safety-related maintenance practices are addressed, along with appropriate means to document and communicate methods used to avoid or limit the injury or damage to health from electrical hazards.
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Class Dates: Wednesday, January 24th 2018 at SES

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70E-010; Electrical and Arc-Flash Safety Training

Wednesday, March 14th 2018 at Tucson (Graybar)

This course introduces personnel to the methods used to identify the shock and arc-flash ‘hazards ‘and ‘risks’ associated with electrical energy, and work practices to establish an electrically safe work condition. “Incident Energy” and “Limits of Approach”, as defined on equipment labels, are discussed along with guidance on selection and use of personal protective equipment (PPE), and application of lockout/tag out (LOTO). Safety-related maintenance practices are addressed, along with appropriate means to document and communicate methods used to avoid or limit the injury or damage to health from electrical hazards.
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Class Dates: Wednesday, March 14th 2018 at Tucson (Graybar)

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70E-010; Electrical and Arc-Flash Safety Training

Wednesday, April 18th 2018 at SES

This course introduces personnel to the methods used to identify the shock and arc-flash ‘hazards ‘and ‘risks’ associated with electrical energy, and work practices to establish an electrically safe work condition. “Incident Energy” and “Limits of Approach”, as defined on equipment labels, are discussed along with guidance on selection and use of personal protective equipment (PPE), and application of lockout/tag out (LOTO). Safety-related maintenance practices are addressed, along with appropriate means to document and communicate methods used to avoid or limit the injury or damage to health from electrical hazards.
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Class Dates: Wednesday, April 18th 2018 at SES

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70E-030; NFPA 70E-2018 - Understanding the Changes and Updates

Wednesday, November 29th 2017 at SES
This course focuses on changes and updates included in the 2018 edition of NFPA 70E, and how those changes affect the industry. Discussion includes clarification of definitions; general requirements for electrical safety – related work practices; incident investigations; incident energy exposure; qualified person(s); shock and arc flash risk assessments; equipment labeling; personal protective equipment and lockout/tagout practices.
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Class Dates: Wednesday, November 29th 2017 at SES

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70E-030; NFPA 70E-2018 - Understanding the Changes and Updates

Wednesday, March 21st 2018 at SES
This course focuses on changes and updates included in the 2018 edition of NFPA 70E, and how those changes affect the industry. Discussion includes clarification of definitions; general requirements for electrical safety – related work practices; incident investigations; incident energy exposure; qualified person(s); shock and arc flash risk assessments; equipment labeling; personal protective equipment and lockout/tagout practices.
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Class Dates: Wednesday, March 21st 2018 at SES

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CUSTOMER SPECIFIC SAFETY TRAINING CLASSES

Southwest Energy Systems offers customized training classes that address your specific electrical safety requirements, procedures and processes. Your specific Electrical Safety Program elements are incorporated in training assuring you personnel completely understand your internal, electrical safe work practices. In addition, Southwest Energy Systems can assess your work environment to identify unique safety practices and include these specific practices as additional measures of reducing workplace incidents involving exposed energized electrical equipment.

Electrical Safety Assessments

Periodic Electrical Safety assessments involving equipment operational procedures are available to ensure your critical procedures and policies are up to date and in your personnel are demonstrating compliance. The Southwest Energy Systems team of Professional Engineers and NFPA Certified Electrical Compliance professionals are available perform an unbiased top to bottom review of your electrical safety policies and procedures and identify areas of potential risk. A detailed written report with recommended corrective actions is provided with each assessment giving you a path forward to a compliant, safe workplace.

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