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Electrical Safety Safe Work Practice Awareness

$500

Lecture

1 Day

.8 CEU

THIS TRAINING PROGRAM IS ELIGIBLE FOR AN EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT OF $100 IF REGISTERED 60 DAYS OUT (OR MORE) AND WILL BE AUTOMATICALLY APPLIED AT CHECKOUT!

At the end of this training program attendees will be able to:

  1. Understand OSHA & NFPA requirements for electrical safety in the workplace.
  2. Review how the unqualified persons can protect themselves by identifying the hazards and effects of electricity.
  3. Examine the protection boundaries set up during electrical work.
  4. Learn proper safe operation techniques for electrical equipment.
  5. Comprehend the basics of shock protective goods and arc rated PPE and their uses.
  6. Recognize what do during an electrical incident, basic emergency response and contact release of a shock victim.

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  • Why You should take this training program

    NEW – This course is now available via our interactive Live Online Training format. Live Online Training course length and content may vary from our in-classroom content. Click Here to ask us about the differences.

    A great awareness-level course, offered in both an online live virtual format for remote students and an onsite, in-class option to make it easier for your team to attend.

    This course is designed and intended for the non-electrical worker and emphasizes the role of the “unqualified electrical worker.” These persons often operate switches and breakers, perform basic checks, operate electrical power tools, handle extension cords or be in the vicinity of exposed energized electrical work. Understanding what tasks they can and cannot perform on electrical equipment safely is critical.

    Operators, supervisors, managers and HSE personnel find themselves exposed to certain electrical hazards; therefore, they are required to be trained in any number of 70E items as applicable for their work task.

    Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Contact Hours
    Upon completion of this training program, the attendee will receive a certificate of completion with 8 contact hours (.8 CEUs) per day attended. Please contact your state or local licensing agency to determine if this training program is accepted.

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  • Who Should Take This Training Program

    People who will benefit from attending this course include:

    • Operators
    • Instrumentation Technicians (not exposed to voltages >50v)
    • IT, SCADA & other Control Technicians
    • Supervisors, Managers & HES personnel
    • Engineers

  • What You'll Learn

    This course covers the following:

    • OSHA & NFPA requirements for electrical safety in the workplace.
    • Unqualified person techniques to protect themselves by identifying the hazards and effects of electricity.
    • Protection boundaries set up during electrical work.
    • Safe operation techniques for electrical equipment.
    • Basics of shock protective goods and arc rated PPE and their uses.
    • Electrical incidents, basics of emergency response and contact release of a shock victim.

  • Training Program Description

    1. Electrical Safety and Your Electrical Safety Program

    • Review of the latest data on electrical safety.
    • Recognizing who is a “Qualified Person,” and what they may and may not do.
    • Who is an “Unqualified Person,” and what task they may and may not perform.
    • Important definitions.
    • Identifying NFPA required elements for company electrical safety programs.
    • Training requirements.
    • Review OSHA extension cord and GFCI requirements for safety.

    2. The Potential Hazards Faced by Electrical Workers

    • Review of shock, arc flash and incident energy hazards.
    • The effects of shock and arc flash.
    • Learning methods of shock and arc flash mitigation.

    3. Electrical Safe Work Practices and Procedures

    • Implementing a Risk Assessment approach as opposed to unquestioned compliance.
    • Importance of housekeeping, maintenance for the normal operation of equipment.
    • Safe work techniques for the operation of electrical equipment.
    • Interpreting Arc Flash Equipment Labels.
    • Understanding shock protection and arc flash boundaries.
    • New Job Safety Planning requirements: Estimating likelihood and severity of hazards.

    4. Electrical Personal Protective Equipment

    • Review the basic types of electrical PPE and how they protect.
    • When electrical PPE is needed by the unqualified worker.
    • Selection of electrical PPE using both the “incident energy method” and the “PPE category method”.
    • Shock protection glove selection.
    • Review of inspection and usage requirements for electrical PPE.

    5. Normal Operation of Electrical Equipment

    • Understanding the new inspection requirement for electrical equipment.
    • Practical examples of using the six requirements to determine if electrical equipment can be operated normally of if additional protection is required.

    6. Establishing the Electrically Safe Work Condition

    • Eight steps for establishing an electrically safe work condition.
    • Verifying the absence of voltage (test before touch).
    • Voltage meter inspection.
    • Applying personal protective grounds.

    6. Establishing the Electrically Safe Work Condition

    6. Establishing the Electrically Safe Work Condition

  • NTT Training is actively monitoring the incidence of Covid-19 in the United States. Upcoming events may be impacted by daily changes made by National, State, and Local entities regarding events, travel, and quarantine. Contact us regarding questions for your schedule at 1-855-712-7353.

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    Training Program Pricing

    8 Hour Lecture: $500 / Participant

    This training program may be included with other training or as a standalone course. As such, training time depends on training program length as determined by your outcome goals. Please call (855) 712-7353 or CONTACT NTT TRAINING to discuss pricing and your unique training needs.

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