New Class Offering: How Do I Train My Telecom Workers?

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New Class Offering: How Do I Train My Telecom Workers?

The Need For Training

As more and more telecommunications workers labor to meet the demand for faster internet-based services, they also face some unique electrical safety challenges. 

Telecom workers find themselves working near both low voltage (600 volts and less) and high voltage (>600 volts) lines daily. Telecom workers are typically not utility line workers and are not qualified to work on or near electrical utility lines. According to OSHA 1910.268, they must maintain their Minimum Approach Distance (MAD boundary). 

Working closely to the utility lines puts the telecom worker at risk of shock and arc flash injury. Therefore, they need the proper training to work safely around these hazards.

We Offer Training for Telecom Workers

Our custom Telecom Electrical Safety class directly addresses the challenges these particular workers face. Telecom installation work is a niche when it comes to the tasks performed at proximity to live energized power lines or electrical equipment. This exposure to hazards increases as 5G technologies demand these workers to take on more responsibility. 

This electrical safety training in OSHA telecom regulations, as well as applicable portions of safety rules while working near exposed energized power lines, is a critical life-safety requirement. 

Call or Email Us for More Information

You will not see our Telecom Electrical Safety class on our Training Schedule yet. But if you are interested in taking the class or need more information, you can call the office at 502-716-7073 or contact us below.

Electrical Safety Training

We all may have seen and heard about incidents involving misjudgments and situations that seem out of the ordinary. e-Hazard instructors understand how proper training is a critical component of work safety. Knowledge is power when utilized appropriately and consistently. As mentioned above, electrical safety training for all telecom workers should be a priority. 

All of e-Hazard’s electrical safety training classes stress the importance of safety regulations and best practices. The content digs into the “whys” behind each rule. Our instructors understand how important it is for workers to stay safe. 

See our complete Electrical Safety Training Schedule on our website.

Ken Sellars

Ken Sellars is an instructor of electrical safety, NEC, Grounding/Bonding and Arc Flash Safety courses nationwide. Read more about Ken.

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