Arc Flash Safety Training
Certified Arc Flash Safety Training By Qualified Experts
Our arc flash safety training course is designed to train your electrical staff on the proper care, maintenance, inspection and utilization of the electrical systems in industrial, commercial and institutional facilities.
Our arc flash safety training course covers basic electrical safety and qualified electrical worker requirements. The course will also examine the various electrical safety hazards, including equipment specific to arc flash potential accidents. We will also deal with the issue of how to properly identify and prevent possible arc flash accidents, safe work practices, including lockout/tagout and the proper selection of PPE.
The arc flash safety training course also covers the exact safety requirements for the proper maintenance of special kinds of equipment We will also discuss how electrical management should plan and implement an electrical safety program in their own facility that complies with NFPA 70e/CSA Z462 electrical safety wrokplace standards.
Our arc flash safety training course is designed to ensure that students are instructed to work within the guidelines of current National (NFPA 70e and CSA Z462), State/Provincial and OSHA safety regulations. Our electrical safety training course will help employees and companies reduce the risk of personal injury and equipment damage due to operator error. The course is also designed to ensure that, under emergency conditions, the proper steps are taken to restore power in an efficient and safe manner.
Understand the hazards of electricity at the power system supply level. Material includes the review of electrical blast, electrocution, short circuits, overloads, ground faults, fires, lifting and pinching injuries.
Review the principles, governmental regulations, work practices and specialized equipment relating to electrical safety. A documented safe practice system is now required by OSHA 29CFR1910 Subpart R and Subpart S, which will be covered in this course.
Personal Protective Equipment
Develop a familiarity with the different types of "Personal Protective Equipment" through demonstrations of locking and tagging devices, protective clothing and specialized equipment.
Isolation and Lockout Practices
Learn proper procedures for the lockout and isolation of electrical equipment and compare them to existing site regulations and policies.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Industrial, Commercial, Institutional Electrical Engineering And Maintenance Personnel
- Electrical Personnel Who Work On Or Near Energized And De-Energized Electrical Equipment
- Electrical Safety Managers And Safety Professionals
- FREE 100-Page Digital Electrical Safety Handbook (Value $20)
- $100 Coupon Toward Any Future Electricity Forum Event (Restrictions Apply)
- .7 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Credits
- FREE Magazine Subscription (Value $25.00)
- Course Materials In Paper Format