THIS ONE-DAY NFPA 70e ARC FLASH/ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING AWARENESS COURSE INCORPORATES IMPORTANT REVISIONS TO THE NEW 2015 NFPA 70e STANDARD!!

Our one-day NFPA 70e (2015) course is designed for front-line Workers who are responsible for electrical systems and needing certification in the NFPA 70e electrical safety standard. This standard covers safe work practices related to electrical dangers in the workplace. The successful participant will gain a solid understanding of hazards encountered while operating or maintaining electrical installations in the low voltage (below 750V) class including a full understanding of the arc hazard categorization, appropriate PPE selection and safe work procedure.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
• Understanding Electric Power Systems
• Recognizing Electrical Safety Hazards
• Establishing An Electrically Safe Work Condition
• Hazardous Electrical Energy Control Procedures
• Determining a Safe Approach Distance
• Shock Hazard Assessment (Utilizing Table Method In NFPA 70e)
• Shock Hazard Assessment (Utilizing Table Method In NFPA 70e)
• Basic Method For Determining Arc Flash Hazard Assessment
• NFPA 70e Annex – Safety-related Electrical Maintenance
• NFPA 70e Annex – Electrical Hazard Labels, Arc Flash And Shock Labelling
• Arc-Flash Solutions
• NFPA 70e PPE Clothing Reqirements, FR Clothing Testing Standards, How To Establish a PPE Program In Your Company

BASIC NFPA-70e ARC FLASH AWARENESS
Learning Objectives :
• Identify electrical safety training requirements for qualified workers
• Identify best practice Regulations that address shock and arc flash hazards
• List the steps to perform a shock hazard analysis and describe each step
• Define the three NFPA 70e shock protection boundaries and describe their use
• List the personal protective equipment required for shock protection
• List the steps to achieve an electrically safe work condition
• Identify when an arc flash hazard exists
• List the steps to perform an arc flash hazard analysis and describe each step
• Define the term “incident energy,” identify the key electrical system variables that affect it
• Define the term “arc flash protection boundary” and explain its application
• Describe the Hazard/Risk Category method of selecting arc flash PPE

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

• Industrial, Commercial, Institutional Electrical Engineering and Maintenance Personel
• Electrical personnel who work on or near energized and de-energized electrical equipment
• Electrical Safety Managers and Safety Professionals

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