NFPA 70E; Electrical & Arc Flash Safety Training Course
COURSE 70E-010: ELECTRICAL & ARC FLASH SAFETY TRAINING, 8 Hour
Reference Docs: NFPA 70E-2018; OSHA 1910 Subparts ‘S’, ‘J’ & ‘I’; OSHA 1926 Subpart ‘V’
Course Overview: 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.
Students receive a hard copy workbook that follows the presentation and allows the student room to take notes. The workbook also includes attachments of arc-flash label examples, PPE category levels, Rubber glove class & color chart, and six-step compliance check list. A student group proficiency exam is given at class end and certificates are provided to those students completing the training. The end customer also receives the same student workbook, along with the student roster, for file to meet employer training documentation the employee received as outlined in NFPA 70E; Article 120.2(4).
Wednesday, January 24th, 2018 at SES
Wednesday, March 14th, 2018 at Tucson (Graybar)
Wednesday, April 18th, 2018 at SES