NFPA 70E Electrical Safety Training

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NFPA 70E Electrical Safety Training

Regulation Regulated by OSHA, required as part of the 1910 and NFPA 70E
Course Length 8 hours
Course Capacity 15 (In-Person)/Unlimited (Virtual)
Pre-Requisites None
Who is this for? Any employee who can be exposed to/inside energized electrical equipment as part of their typical work functions.
Course Description 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.
Course Points

Arc Flash Overview

Flash Protection Boundaries


Qualified/Unqualified Employee Requirements

Job Briefings

Electrical Hazard Analysis

Energized Work Permit

Hazard/Risk Category Classifications

Shock Hazard Boundaries

Establishing an electrically safe work condition


Approach Boundaries

NFPA 70E Electrical Safety Training Form
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Mary Krampe
Senior ES&H Specialist
Fisher Controls

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Danielle Lindsey
Human Resources Manager
McCormick Spice

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Field Office Coordinator
DPR Construction