Online NFPA 70E Arc Flash Electrical Safety

Location: Online
Class Time: Online
Price: $35.00

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The importance of Electrical Safety training for both new employees and as a refresher for seasoned veterans cannot be overstated. According to the US Department of Labor, electrocution is one of the main causes of on-the-job deaths o findustrial workers. Within this group, skilled trades personnel – electricians in particular – are 2 times more likely to be seriously injured or killed than non-skilled trades. Statistically, the individual at greatest risk is a journeyman electrician between the ages of 30 and 39 with roughly 20 years of on-the-job experience. 

With a seven-fold increase in OSHA’s penalty structure for violations and a much greater emphasis on willful and multiple violations of one standard, Organizations cannot afford to be out of compliance. OSHA’s mandated training requirements under 29 CFR 1910.332 requires that employees who “...face a risk of electrical shock that is not reduced by electrical installation requirements...” must receive electrical safety training. This training includes practices for qualified and unqualified persons.

This online course is designed for electrical workers dealing with Arc Flash Electrical Hazards based on NFPA 70E. Course content includes but is not limited to: 
  • Electrical Shock Hazards
  • Working On or Near Energized Parts NFPA 70E
  • Inspection & Maintenance of Electrical Devices
  • GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter)
  • Hazardous Energy Control Procedures
  • Other Safeguards
  • Electrical Accidents
  • Static Electricity and High Voltage Lines
  • Extension Cords
Time for completion: Approximately 2 Hours

PLEASE NOTE: You have 90 days from receiving your online enrollment login to successfully pass/complete the course. Failure to do so will forfeit your enrollment and require a new registration to the course.