Electrical Safety for Management, Planning & SupervisorTM
|Houston, TX: February 9, 2011
||Elk Grove, IL: March 15, 2011
|Indianapolis, IN: February 9, 2011
||Baltimore, MD: March 29, 2011
|San Jose, CA: February 24, 2011
||Pittsburgh, PA: April 19, 2011
|Manchester, NH: March 1, 2011
||Denver, CO: May 11, 2011
About electrical safety training for managment, planning & supervisors
“Arc Flash Analysis”, “NFPA 70E”, “Qualified Electrical Worker”, “PPE”, “CFR 1910.331-335”, “Approach Distances”, “Hot Work Rules”.
What do these all mean? How do they all relate to safety at your facility?
If you are responsible for other people in your organization and not sure of these terms, or if you just need to be brought up to date with the latest requirements involving these terms, then this course is for you.
Attendees in this 1-day seminar will learn what it takes to create and manage a high quality electrical safety program in their building or facility, as well as gaining an immense respect for the power of electricity. And you will gain immense respect from your employees as well!
This course will help simplify the growing relationship between OSHA and the NFPA, and will help you outline a process to insure your company or institution is in compliance with the latest standards. Participants in this class will learn what types of electrical hazards their employees are exposed to, and what they can do to properly protect them and insure a safe working environment.
Following OSHA and NFPA rules is no longer considered just another burdensome requirement. Today, leading companies take it as a serious and practical obligation. More and more employers are proactively upgrading electrical safety in their facilities because it makes for a stronger, safer, and more efficient organization.
This course is designed to teach you how to save lives, prevent disabling injuries, and prevent damage to your plants, building and equipment.
Training & Certification Agenda
|Lunch (on your own)
||12:00pm – 1:00pm
Upon completion of this course, participants will receive a training certificate and .7 Continuing Education Units indicating that the student understands:
- - The hazards of electricity
- - Damage caused to people and equipment from poor electrical safety practices
- - What “Arc Flash Analysis” is and why it is important
- - What it takes to make your employees “Qualified Electrical Workers”
- - Where and when different types of PPE should be worn (it may surprise you!)
- - How OSHA and NFPA rules apply to your workplace
- - How to establish compliance, and the penalties for non-compliance
- - Recommendations for creating a quality Electrical Safety Program at your facility
I. ELECTRICAL SAFETY & THE QUALIFIED ELECTRICAL WORKER
- Background, responsibilities & requirements
- Safety standards:
- NFPA 70E
- OSHA CFR 1910.332-335
- Legal Considerations
- Definitions of “Qualified Persons” and “Unqualified Persons”
II. ELECTRICAL HAZARDS
- Power of electricity - shock, arc-flash & arc-blast
- How to identify electrical hazards
- Electrical fires
- Electrical burns
- Accident prevention
- Emergency response
III. SAFETY RELATED WORK PRACTICES
no risk registration and money-back guarantee
If you're not yet sure you'll be able to attend this seminar, you can still make a reservation to hold your space in class. While payment is due prior to the start of the seminar, you may choose a full refund or credit for cancellations made at least 24 hours in advance. Student substitutions can also be freely made at any time prior to the start of the seminar. Refunds will not be issued for registered attendees who fail to show up and have not given a notice of cancellation.
In the rare event that should you not receive the expected value after attending our seminar, simply notify us in writing of your reasons and your money will be promptly refunded.
After completion of this class, students will receive a Certificate of Completion and .7 CEUs (Continuing Education Units) for one day of training approved by the Maintenance Training Association of the Americas.
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