Electrical Safety Courses

  • Guide to Electrical Safety Work Practices NFPA 70 E

    This module set covers safe maintenance practices, safe installations, and safe working conditions. The worker is trained in all the principles of electrical safety. Also covered in this module set are arc-flash, proper procedures, PPE, approached distances, shock boundaries, and responsibilities of the electrical worker. This course will make the worker, aware of potential electrical safety hazards and how they should be handled. What and how to use PPE, tools and company procedures. Adherence to company protocol and a productive safety culture is emphasized. Participant will also learn how to properly energize and de-energize electrical equipment and know its related uses, such as pneumatic and mechanical applications. This participant will learn the worker's value as a part of the electrical task force or on site AHJ.

  • Course Description: This course describes how to design, build and maintain control panels in accordance with related electrical standards. Wiring methods, overcurrent protection, interlocks, disconnecting means, identification, grounding, bonding, shielding and calculations are covered in this course.

    Perquisites: None

    Candidates for this Certification Course:

    • Maintenance Managers
    • Existing Qualified Electrical Workers
    • Supervisors
    • Engineers
    • Plant Managers
    • Safety Mangers
    • Risk manager
    • Project Managers
    • Electricians
    • Maintenance Technicians
  • Guide To The National Electrical Code For Field Use NFPA 70

    This module set trains the participant how to look up issues in the National Electrical Code quickly. After successful completion of the module set, participant will be able to determine working space, dedicated space and access issues. Specific rules and definitions are explained concerning how to properly apply services, feeders and branch circuits to real world applications. Basic identification requirements of grounding, panel board, switchgear, motor, motor control, transformers and circuitry are explored in this module set. Proper connections and terminations along with hazardous locations and specialty applications are also covered in this module set. Knowledge of the basic principles of overcurrent protection, grounding, bonding, and shielding and is given. Participants should fully know how to use the National Electrical Code for any application as applied to electrical hazards and operation when finished with this module set.

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