Do you have people working on or around energized equipment? Then, NFPA 70E training is required. OSHA is using NFPA 70E as a national consensus standard, so it is vital that your team understands all the requirements. Per NFPA, anyone working on or around energized equipment needs training on electrical safe work practices.
If you are interested in finding out how to protect yourself and others from potential electrical accidents, we offer training seminars to help get you caught up to speed on NFPA 70E requirements. We can even come to your facility to provide the training.
Training Scope for NFPA 70E/Energized Electrical Work Hazards Training
Henderson Services offers training classes to accommodate all levels of employees. All employees attending the class outlined below will receive a training manual for use during the training session and for future reference. Additionally, each trainee will receive a certificate of completion for the class attended.
All class instructors are certified to offer CEUs through the Commonwealth of Kentucky and have received certification through NFPA.
The NFPA 70E/Energized Electrical Work Hazards Training class outline is as follows:
Introduction to Arc Flash
What is Arc Flash?
Overview of changes to NFPA 70E-2015 & 2018
Methods of reducing Arc Flash Potential
Protection Boundaries and Limits of Approach
Electric Shock Potential
Unintended Contact w/Electricity
Electric Shock and effects on the Human Body
Current Limit Tolerances
Definition of Boundaries and Spaces
Flash Protection Boundary
Limited Space Boundary
Restricted Space Boundary
Using Tables 130.4 & 130.7 to Determine Boundaries
Applying Boundaries and Spaces to Electrical Tasks
Identifying Hazards using Arc Flash Labels
Qualified vs. Unqualified
OSHA/NEC distinctions between Qualified and Unqualified Persons
Applying the Approach Limits for Unqualified Persons
Applying the Approach Limits for Qualified Persons
Energized Work Permits- Exemptions and Requirements
Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
Rating Systems of Clothing
Burn Characteristics of Clothing
Flame Resistant vs. Flame Retardant
Clothing Care and Wear Characteristics
Arc Flash Protection
Single Layer vs. Multi-Layer
Gloves and Footwear
NFPA Methods of Selecting PPE
Selection of PPE based on Table 130.7(C) (15)
Selection of PPE based upon Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
To learn more about our training program involving Electrical Safe Work Practices and Safety Related Maintenance or to schedule a training, please get in touch with Westley Hall at 859.422.3347 or email@example.com.
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