Compliance with NFPA 70E helps you provide a safe workplace and comply with OSHA 29 CFR 1910-331 through 1910-335.
Math is key for accurate determination of the arc flash boundaries required by NFPA 70E and Federal regulations. Complex formulas can be overwhelming unless the instructor can simplify the process, and we have a knack for making complex math easy for most students.
This class is only required for qualified employees (people who use meters and gloves) the first time we train them. Subsequent refresher classes are one-day.
A review of information covered in the two-day class, including shock and arc flash boundaries, protection strategies, PPE, and how everything relates to the company's electrical safety policy.
For operators, managers, supervisors and other administrative personnel. It also covers people who do not use meters or gloves and do not open doors but who perform lockout/tagout of electrical disconnects for equipment.
We always recommend in-person training for qualified employees but recognize it isn't always possible. We do both private and public virtual electrical safety classes
Our hands-on class meets NPFA 70E's demonstration of ability requirement. And students love working on the equipment kits we have designed specifically for this class.