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Electrical Safety Training

Electrical Safety Training

e-Hazard has developed a successful model of electrical safety training classes, designed specifically for the end user. Our teaching format and materials were designed by professional adult education specialists, and our instructors are the best in the business.

Attend a Class Nationwide

We have open training classes coast to coast that you can attend. Classes often fill up fast, so if you see a course you’re interested in, sign up right away.

Training at Your Facility

Have knowledge, will travel. Allow us to come to you and teach your staff the latest standards and procedures in electrical safety. We can work around multiple shifts, too. Request a call (over to the right).

Electrical Safety Training Courses Offered

Our award-winning materials coupled with the most experienced trainers in the industry equals the best training available. Here's an overview of electrical safety training courses offered by e-Hazard. Our training classes are used by more NFPA 70E committee members than any other.

Low Voltage Training

Our LV classes emphasize OSHA and NFPA 70E regulations and guidelines. Attendees will gain a thorough knowledge of the dangers of working with or near electrical safety hazards and proven strategies for working safely.

High Voltage Training

Our HV courses offer expert training for those who work with or manage employees in a high voltage environment (above 600V). Our HV courses cover the regulations and guidelines for high voltage work through real-world expert instruction.

Train The Trainer

e-Hazard's award-winning TTT program is specially designed to prepare qualified trainers to deliver instruction to others based on safety requirements from NFPA 70E, OSHA, and/or NESC.

OSHA 1910.269 Training

Dangers associated with arc flash will be highlighted and best practices for electrical safety training, in accordance with NESC and OSHA 1910.269 standards, will be reviewed.

Electrical Safety Training Resources

Am I a Qualified Electrician?

According to NFPA 70E® Article 110.2(D)(1)(e), page 15, General Requirements for Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices, the specifications between a qualified and an unqualified person are defined. This is to specify the requirements of electrical safety training, retraining and certification.
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Why Should I Be Trained In Electrical Safety?

"Arc flash won't happen to me. I can go without protective gloves just this once. All I have to do is flip this one switch. It'll be fine." What you need to know about electrical safety at work.
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Video: Arc Flash Incident

This slow motion video shows the elements of the "One Hand Rule", as a guide to safe body position when exposed to potential electrical hazards. Electrical safety starts with you. (0:42 Seconds)

About e-Hazard

Established in 2004, e-Hazard strives to educate people who work around electricity with up-to-date, accurate information from the world's foremost industry experts. Our electrical safety training ranges from general electrical safety to customized courses designed to meet your specific need.

Our Instructors

Our instructors are leading electrical safety experts with many years of field experience. They have created and led safety programs at major corporations and many have worked on the standards committees that establish electrical safety regulations for the industry. With strong educational and professional credentials, e-Hazard instructors are highly skilled trainers regarded as the best in the business.

Our Clients

Our client list of more than 500 companies includes utilities, electrical contractors, several branches of the U.S. government, and Fortune 100 manufacturers. We're consistently rated number 1 by our clients for our responsiveness, providing information, support, and assistance after the electrical safety training has ended.

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