Electrical Safety Courses

  • 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-210: Code and Power Calculations

    Description: AC power calculations; conduit size, ampacity, conductor sizing, conduit fill, box fill, cable tray size, and general electrical calculations.

  • 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-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.

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