Advanced NFPA 70e Arc Flash/Electrical Safety Training

Our Advanced NFPA 70e Training Workshop is designed to teach companies how to design or improve their existing Electrical
Safety Management Systems, Electrical Safety Programs, and how to comply with NFPA 70e in an meaningful way.

Our Advanced NFPA 70e Training Workshop is designed to engage students in an interactive learning environment. Students
will be led through a series of exercises that will instruct them how to design or improve their existing Electrical Safety Management
Systems, Electrical Safety Programs, and how to implement the “NFPA 70e Workplace Electrical Safety” standard into the
workplace, creating a safer workplace environment.

This information will impact on Arc Flash Hazard Labeling, Arc Flash Studies, PPE Program Development, and contain important
information about how NFPA 70e impacts on Provincial electrical safety regulations.

This workshop will elaborate on the tables and annexes discussed in our Basic NFPA 70e Awareness Program, as well as provide
a detailed review of the NFPA 70e Annexes not covered in our one-day Basic NFPA 70e Awareness Program.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS:
Day One:
• See our Basic Arc Flash/Electrical Safety NFPA 70e Awareness Course
Day Two:
• Electrical Safety Program Development Requirements
• Electrical Safety program principles
• Typical electrical safety program controls
• Typical Electrical safety program procedures
• Documents, manuals and materials required
• Preparing for an Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
• NFPA 70e Annex E – Electrical Safety Program Principles of Electrical Safety Program Development
• Developing an Electrical Safety Management System (ESMS)
• NFPA 70e Annex F – Hazard Analysis, Risk Estimation, and Risk Evaluation Procedure
• NFPA 70e Annex H – Guidance on Selection of Protective Clothing and Other Personal Protective Equipment
• Advanced NFPA 70e Arc Flash Workshop Sessions
• THIS WORKSHOP COVERS THESE NFPA 70e ANNEXES NOT COVERED IN OUR BASIC ONE-DAY PROGRAM

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

• Develop a realistic risk assessment, ensuring proper personnel safety and increased compliance by workers
• Eliminate hours of engineering time and prevent costly mistakes
• Assure electrical system reliability
• Provide documentation and labeling for your Arc-Flash Hazard Safety Program
• Avoid unnecessary costs from over specification of gear, providing higher potential worker productivity
• Understand short-circuit study fundamentals
• Understand arc-flash study fundamentals
• Comply with standards for limits of approach
• Produce arc-flash labeling
• Perform arc-flash approach boundary calculations

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:

• Front-Line Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional electrical workers
• Electrical safety managers and other health and safety personnel
• Industrial, Commercial, and Institutional electrical engineers

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