Get the Boss On Board
Electrical safety training is often seen as just an expense, a requirement to be addressed as minimally as possible. This viewpoint does not take the full picture into account. That’s why we made this resource to help get the boss on board.
CEUs for Electrical Training
Do you need to complete continuing education hours for a state electrical license? Here you will find links to the web pages at each state’s electrical licensing board that answer these questions.
State by State Credits for Electrical Safety Training
Many students who attend e-Hazard classes are licensed electricians or electrical contractors who need continuing education to maintain their licenses. To help them do this, we continually seek to obtain approval from state licensing boards and other certifying organizations so that our classes meet their continuing education requirements.
Rubber Glove Testing
Here you can find a list of NAIL (North American Independent Laboratories) accredited labs that provide testing and certification for dielectric gloves. Although e-Hazard does not provide these services, we acknowledge the importance of dielectric gloves in every company’s PPE program.
Information for New Safety Directors
Whether you are creating an electrical safety policy from scratch or have inherited one created by someone else, e-Hazard can guide you to safety every step of the way. We have a team of experts qualified to lead you through the requirements of electrical safety in the workplace as specified by NFPA 70E and OSHA.
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