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ARC FLASH COURSE
This comprehensive, custom-tailored safety seminar is designed for anyone working on or near electricity. Arc flash training is required for electrical maintenance personnel, operators, troubleshooters, electricians, linemen, engineers, supervisors, site safety personnel or anyone exposed to energized equipment greater than 50 volts.
EI’s NFPA 70E training courses are taught by subject matter experts with extensive knowledge, certifications and industry experience. These courses are designed to meet OSHA’s requirements and maintain compliance while at the same time safeguarding your company’s workforce.
Topic include: flash protection boundaries, PPE, hazard/risk category classifications, shock hazard boundaries, shock/electrocution in relation to the body and safe work practices and procedures.
We could not be happier with the training company provided us. It was a complete joy hearing from our employees how much they enjoyed the classes and how much they learned. They stayed engaged and excited about the training. You can tell the instructor was prepared and the knowledge he possesses is and was extremely valuable to us. We cannot thank you enough.
If you had a release of a hazardous air pollutant, you would have to notify your authorizing environmental agency under various rules, Federal RMP (112(r)), Title V, or maybe a State Air Toxics regulation. You might even be required to notify the National Response Center (NRC). As of March 23, 2021, you can now add the Chemical Safety Board (CSB) to your “must call” list.