Electrical safety and arc flash training classes
At e-Hazard, we strive to offer the most comprehensive electrical safety training and arc flash training courses. Our selection of courses is relevant to any industry involving electrical safety issues. We stay up-to-date on all OSHA and NESC standards in order to provide the highest level of training to participants. Our mission is to educate individuals and companies with accurate and clear information on how to do their job safely.
Choose from our many courses or call and let us design one to meet your particular electrical safety training needs. We offer general electrical safety training, arc flash training and refresher classes for individuals and companies with electrical safety training needs. See our schedule for upcoming courses.
Low Voltage Qualified - NFPA 70E - 8 Hours
A one-day course providing a wide-range of safe electrical workplace practices for people working in an electrical environment. With an emphasis on OSHA and NFPA 70E regulations and guidelines, attendees with gain a thorough knowledge of the dangers and recommendations for working with or near electrical safety hazards.
High Voltage Qualified - 8 Hours
This one-day course is designed for those who work with or manage employees in a high voltage environment (above 600V). Participants will learn the qualification requirements to be HV qualified in accordance with OSHA 1910.268, NESC 2012 and NFPA 70E regulations and guidelines. In addition to High Voltage Safety practices, attendees will discuss the various tasks performed in a HV environment.
Hazardous Location Training - 8 Hours
This one-day course is designed for persons working in and around hazardous electrical areas. The focus of this course is to provide an overview of hazardous classifications and to define the work permitted in hazardous areas. It also covers Hazardous (Classified) Locations as detailed in the NEC 2012.
NESC Safety & Arc Hazard Awareness - 4 Hours
Designed specifically for utility workers, this half-day course focuses on the principles and aspects of arc flash safety and shock. Dangers associated with arc flash will be highlighted and best practices for electrical safety, in accordance with NESC and OSHA 1910.269 standards will be discussed. Ideal for line and metering personnel.
Arc Flash Hazard Analysis for Utilities - 12 Hours
This 2-day course is designed to provide utility workers a thorough understanding of proper arc hazard assessment practices for utility companies. This includes a focus on estimating safe distances, equipment tag requirements and proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Electrical Grounding & Bonding - 8 Hours
A one day course covering testing, equipment and high resistance theory as it relates to grounding and bonding. Various methods of grounding are discussed as well as the impact and importance grounding has on electrical safety hazards.
Electrical Safety for First Responders - 1.5 Hours
This course provides critical electrical safety information, vital to emergency situations faced by First Responders. Attendees will gain awareness pertaining to shock and arc flash when responding to emergency situations. Various emergency scenarios are discussed as well as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as it relates to electrical safety in emergency situations.
Operators Training - 1 to 2 Hours
This concise class covers the basic principles of electrical safety issues as they relate to operators and other non-electricians involved in limited electrical tasks. Based on the NFPA 70E guidelines, e-Hazard can tailor the course to meet the specific need of the company to ensure relevant electrical safety procedures issues are covered.
Electrical Workplace Safety for Affected Personnel - 1 to 2 Hours
Ideal for employees who do not directly perform electrical tasks, this comprehensive electrical safety training course offers a basic understanding of NFPA 70E electrical safety. Tailored to meet the needs of the individual company, this course focuses on electrical safety awareness, electrical equipment use and the impact of electrical safety on the workplace.
This one-day course provides practical information about safe electrical practices in accordance with Canadian CSA Z462 regulations. The focus for this course is providing practical application for daily safety practices and a clear understanding of the specific requirements for CSA Z462 as it applies to electrical tasks.
OSHA 10 HR Transmission and Distribution - 10 Hours
This two-day course covers arc flash & shock safety for electrical utility workers. The course examines the qualifications for working on or near 50V to 138kV utility transmission & distribution systems. Attendees will be introduced to OSHA guidelines and how they relate to tasks performed by electrical line workers.
e-Hazard knows each company is unique. So we can design a training program around your company's unique electric safety program needs. We've provided training to many different industries around the globe, including automotive, waste management, welding and the military. Our certified instructors come from a variety of backgrounds and are fully equipped to meet any kind of custom training need. Let us design an electrical safety course for you today!
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