e-Hazard Live Remote Electrical Safety Training

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e-Hazard Live Remote Electrical Safety Training

e-Hazard Is Now Providing Remote Electrical Safety Training.

With the COVID-19 crisis at hand, we understand that many companies are looking to fill this time with productive work that can be completed at home or in proper isolation.

By choosing our remote electrical safety training option, you can be assured that your workers will remain up to date on the latest electrical safety standards, including the NFPA 70E®, OSHA 1910.269 and OSHA 1910.300 series.

All of our remote training options are taught by a subject matter expert (SME) who will present a class in a live web-based format and be able to interact with students in real time, answering any questions that participants have. This method of training meets OSHA requirements by providing an SME, which is missing in most “online training.”

For classes requiring a hands-on component, we will provide the instructional side of our classes through live web-based training. We will follow up with the hands-on portion after the COVID-19 crisis is contained.

Class sizes will be limited to ensure every student will have the opportunity to interact with our subject matter experts.

The registration cut-off date for our classes will be a few days before the class begins, so that student materials can be shipped in time for full interaction.

Any classes that have already been scheduled with us can be transferred to one of our web-based options or rescheduled.

See our current scheduled classes.

Also, see our Store for DVD and streaming videos. These can be used for certain training situations, such as a Safety Hour series or as a refresher class for those who have already been through the full electrical safety class.

As always, you can contact our office at 502-716-7073 if you need to speak to someone. One of our team will be able to answer your questions or direct you to someone who can.

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