$445 – $495

Arc Flash/70E Electrical Safety For Qualified Workers Burbank, CA

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Burbank, CA

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Your employees attending this class will learn the latest in electrical safety standards and regulations. This training goes toward satisfying your OSHA training requirement and will produce electrical maintenance workers more aware of the hazards and how to reduce the risk. This course reflects the evolution of NFPA 70E in the direction of risk assessment and hazard elimination. The hierarchy of risk controls will be discussed in a way that can be applied right away. Shock and Arc Flash hazard PPE selection is covered in detail. Real-world scenarios and OSHA citations will be discussed to see what the group thinks could have been done differently. OSHA 1910 as well as NFPA 70E will be covered. Attendees will walk out of this class better prepared for work involving electrical hazards.


Topics Covered:

  • Arc Flash Hazard Risk Assessment
  • Arc Flash Boundary
  • PPE Category Method
  • PPE Category Method Limitations
  • PPE Incident Energy Analysis Method
  • PPE Incident Energy Analysis Method Limitations
  • Arc Flash Labels
  • Electrical Safety Program
  • Job Safety Planning
  • Job Briefing
  • Risk Control Hierarchy
  • Training Required
  • Emergency Response
  • Risk Assessments
  • Host/Contractor Responsibilities
  • Test Instruments
  • Lockout/Tagout
  • Working With Live Circuits
  • Shock Risk Assessments
  • Shock Boundaries
  • PPE For Shock Hazards
  • Energized Work Permit
  • Arc Rated PPE
  • Equipment Labeling
  • Safety Interlocks
  • Routine Opening Of Over-Current Devices
  • Circuit Breaker Maintenance
  • One-Line Drawing Updates
  • Over-Current Protective Device Labeling
  • Look-Alike Equipment
  • Power Electronic Equipment – Motor Drives, etc
  • R&D Laboratories – Electrical Safety Authority(ESA)
  • Battery Rooms
  • How To Interpret Your Incident Energy Analysis Report
  • Mitigation Opportunities

Benefits

  • Most cost-effective option for small numbers
  • Goes toward satisfying Your OSHA Training Requirements
  • Updated for 2018 NFPA 70E
  • Attendees learn the latest method for arc flash PPE selection
  • New Job Safety Planning, Job Briefing
  • You can watch videos of instructor prior to class
  • You deserve the best training experience possible, and we will do everything we can to provide it.
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