This electrical safety class covers the effects of electric shock, arc flash, arc blast hazards, and recent developments in electrical design and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
This class meets NFPA 70E's demonstration of ability requirement, bridging the gap between classroom knowledge and field execution. Students complete 12 detailed hands-on tasks.
This class focuses on understanding how to use the code book, learning to navigate through the tables and appendices, and finding out how the new changes affect your work.
This class will help you have a better understanding of Article 250, why electrical systems are grounded, learn which tables and rules apply to each situation, and select the best method for grounding various installations.