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  • NFPA 70E® - Standard & Updates State/Fed OSHA Regulations Arc Flash, Shock and Blast Hazards Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Energized Work Permits Risk Assessment & Reduction Control of Hazardous Energy & LOTO Installation & Maintenance Essentials Experienced electrical industry professionals provide a dynamic class with professional PowerPoint® presentations, workbooks, case studies, video clips, PPE demo and class exercises

    Arc Flash and Electrical Safety Training APS PowerSafetyPRO™ Training

    www.PowerSafetyPRO.com (503) 558-8158

    OSHA 1910.332 includes requirements for electrical training for those that face risk of electrical hazards. NFPA 70E® Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace includes requirements for training to take place at intervals not exceeding 3 years.

    Courtesy Oberon

  • 503-558-8158

    IndustrySolutions@ PowerSafetyPRO.com

    Arc Flash and Electrical Safety Training APS PowerSafetyPRO™

    Course Description - This electrical safety training course provides the participant with a basic under- standing of safe work place practices from industry standards and recommended practices, including NFPA 70E, IEEE, NEC, NESC and OSHA require- ments. The industry experienced instructor led course includes: workbook, video clips, case stud- ies, APS proprietary forms, action list and demon- strations. Objectives:  Understand the hazards of working with and around electricity includ-

    ing Arc Flash and Electrical Shock  Risk Assessment - identify, reduce or eliminate risks & hazards  Review industry standards & recommended practices and apply selected NFPA 70E tables  Understand the difference between “qualified” and “non-qualified” personnel  Review the role of proper system installation and maintenance for worker safety  Learn important considerations Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) selection & application  Understand safe work practices and Energized Work Permits  Walk away with a “hit list” of items to help improve worker safety

    Electrical Hazards Arc Flash, Blast & Thermal Shock

     Injuries - Statistics, Causes & Consequences

    Case Studies & Practical Examples (throughout)

    Mandates, Standards, and Recommended Practices NFPA 70E® NFPA 70B® NEC® & NESC® IEEE® OSHA 1910 Subpart I, S & R and

    1926 Subpart K (as applicable) Other (ASTM, ANSI, etc.)

     Installation Practices Essential for Personnel Safety

    Electrical Lockout/Tagout Test Equipment & Meter Safety Arc Flash Hazard Analysis

    Arc Flash & Shock Boundaries System Labeling Personal Protective Equipment Selection, Application, Limitations &

    Maintenance Industry Standards

    Energized Work Permits  Justification for Energized Work Tools & Equipment Training Requirements Safety Policies & Programs Risk Assessment, Maintenance

    ….and much more

    Course Outline

    Who Should Attend: Engineers Electricians Maintenance Personnel Management Personnel Safety Personnel Electrical Contractors Repair Technicians

    Contact us for consultation or proposal:  Safety Training (ask about CEU’s)  Training for Management & EH&S

    Professionals  Safety Policy/Program Evaluation

    & Development  Safety Program Templates  MV & Power Gen & Dist.

    Electrical Safety—1910.269  Risk/Hazard Assessment  Electrical Safety Audits  Operator Electrical Safety  Electrical Safety for non-electrical

    personnel

    Electrician: “This is the fifth electrical safety training I have attended. Yours is by far the best class I have attended. I will get to work on my action item list”

    EH&S Safety Professional: “not understanding electrical systems, you explained everything in a manner that made sense. Great examples.”

    Facilities Engineer: “your case studies and examples are extremely valuable”

    Contact us today to see how we can put over 25 years of electrical experience to work for you...

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