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NFPA 70E - 2024 Edition Overview

Electrical Safety In The Workplace

  • 499 US dollars
  • Phoenix Safety Training Center, Phoenix, AZ

Service Description

Instructed By: Larry Lind, NFPA-CESCP Course Overview: This course is developed to educate attendees on methods used to identify the shock and arcflash 'hazards' and 'risks' associated with electrical energy, and work practices to establish an electrically safe work condition (ESWC). "Incident Energy" and "Limits of Approach" as defined on equipment Incident energy (IE) labels, or using the arc flash personal protective equipment (PPE) categories method, are discussed along with guidance on selection and use of personal protective equipment. Application of a lockout/tag out (LOTO) program along with job safety planning and job briefing requirements are also addressed to reduce the risk(s) of injury or damage to health from electrical hazards. In addition, updates to the NFPA 70E-2024 edition are reviewed within the presentation. Attendees receive a hard copy workbook that follows the presentation and allows room to take notes. The workbook also includes attachments identifying examples of arc-flash labels; tables identifying Shock & Arc Flash Protection Approach Boundaries; arc-rated protective clothing levels and rubber glove class & color chart for electric shock protection; procedures to establish an ESWC. A student group proficiency exam is given at class end and certificates are provided to those attendees completing the training. The end customer also receives documentation, along with the student roster, for file to meet employer record keeping requirements for employee(s) training as required by OSHA.


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Contact Details

  • 6005 South 40th Street, Phoenix, AZ, USA


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