Electrical Safety Courses

Phifer Company

  • ET-106: Basic Electrical Theory as Applied to Standards

    Description: This course describes basic electrical concepts and introduces electrical terminology. It contains the following topics: Atom and Its Forces, Electrical Terminology, basic concepts of alternating current (AC) electrical circuits and discusses the associated terminology. It contains the following topics: AC Generation (Development of a Sine-Wave Output) and AC Generation Analysis, Three Phase and Single Phase Systems

  • STND-406: Basic Guide to the National Electrical Code for Field Use - NFPA-70

    Description: understanding the purpose and principles of code, how to find code references quickly. Information concerning overcurrent protection, wiring methods, motors, transformers, generators and hazardous locations are emphasized in this course.

  • STND-407: Basic Electrical Safety in the Work Place - NFPA- 70E (QEW-144)

    Description: The purpose of this course is to help workers avoid shock, fire and arc flash hazards, and to meet the requirements (based on definitions and interpretations given in the NFPA and OSHA standards) of a qualified person.

  • STND-409: Industrial Machines - NFPA 79

    Description: This course has proven to be a valuable tool for those who work with industrial machines and control panels. It answers several questions for maintenance and construction personnel. Issues such as identification and control panel requirements for conductors, overcurrent protection, grounding, bonding, shielding, disconnects, interlocks and differential system voltages are covered in this course. Each course relates to an electrical safety hazard applied to warn the electrical worker that a potential electrical hazard exists. This course makes the worker aware of deficiencies that should be corrected immediately.

  • STND-410: OSHA Electrical Requirements - Below 600 Volts

    Description: In this course the participant will be exposed to the basic tenets of the OSHA electrical requirements.  A checklist will be given, similar to those used by OSHA compliance officers. Details of how to recognize and handle below 600 V electrical hazards are explained and applied to real world applications. Case studies with proven applications to electrical hazards are explained. Topics covered include OSHA requirements for wiring methods, grounding, overcurrent protection, identification requirements and hazardous locations.

  • STND-411: OSHA Electrical Requirements - Above 600 Volts

    Description: In this course, the participant is given detailed information on how to handle above 600 Volts of electrical hazards. It includes theory, grounding, overcurrent protection, particular wiring methods and PPE to protect the worker. This course also covers particular case studies and wiring methods that have proven to protect electrical workers. It also reveals and helps the worker to recognize potential electrical hazards.

  • STND-413: Preventive and Predictive Maintenance Standard - NFPA70B

    Description: In this course, the participant is given detailed information on how to design and implement a preventive and predictive maintenance program. Detailed information is provided for testing and inspection of the system. Systems and equipment covered are typical of those installed in industrial plants, institutional and commercial buildings, and large multifamily residential complexes.

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