Electrical Safety Training
Why is training important?
The primary reason to provide electrical safety training is to keep workers safe while working on or
around electrically energized equipment. It is also one step employers of electrical workers must make to comply with OSHA and NFPA 70E® safety standards.
Safe work practices, hazard identification, and PPE selection that affect the employee, as well as, documentation and compliance concerns that affect the employer will be covered. We can tailor the information presented in this course to your specific needs, tasks, and equipment.
1. Requirements of OSHA & NFPA 70E® standards
2. Changes in these standards from 2012 to 2015
3. How to identify electrical hazards
4. What is a “qualified worker”
5. Safe approach boundaries to electrical conductors
6. Shock hazards and their effects
7. What is “Arc Flash” and “Arc Blast” and the
associated damaging effects.
8. How to interpret Arc Flash labels
9. How to establish and electrically safe work condition
10. Personal Protective Equipment requirements
11. How to select and use the right PPE
12. Proper safe work practices
13. Lockout/Tagout procedures for electrical equipment
In addition to providing safe work practice direction, this course is designed to help companies fulfill their training requirements for compliance with OSHA 29 CFR Part 1910, Subpart S Electrical, and NFPA 70E® “Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace”. They will learn about personal safety for working on or around electrical systems and equipment, how to use proper tools, materials and protective gear, and what procedures to use when doing electrical work.
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