Task Qualified Maintenance Technician
Maintenance Technician Task Qualified Training
This 1- to 2-hour course reviews the requirements and regulations surrounding task qualified switch operation. e-Hazard can tailor the curriculum to address electrical safety training needs as identified by management, engineering and safety.
Maintenance technicians need general electrical safety awareness training and specific training regarding the shock and arc flash hazards relative to repairing and maintaining equipment. e-Hazard offers a concise course based on NFPA 70E and OSHA guidelines to address electrical safety and issues specific to this task. Since each environment is different, e-Hazard can modify the curriculum to address the electrical safety training needs of particular employees.
What You'll Learn
Workers who attend our Task Qualified Maintenance Technician class will learn the following information:
- Understanding the task and scope
- Identifying hazards that may be present
- Defining the role and responsibilities
- Applicable safety rules
- PPE and tools necessary for safe performance
- Specific requirements for NFPA 70E compliance
- How to read arc flash labels
Who Should Attend?
Personnel involved in maintenance and repair of electrical equipment that are not Low Voltage Qualified and their supervisors:
- Maintenance technicians
- Tech supervisors
- Department heads
- Upper and middle management*
- Plant managers*
* If additional awareness class isn’t offered