Who Should Attend?
- All Electricians
- Maintenance &
  Electrical Supervisors
- Machine Operators
- Maintenance Millwrights
  & Mechanics
- HVAC Technicians
- Field Service Technicians
- Building Engineers
- Stationary Engineers
- School maintenace workers
- medium and high voltage
electricians

arc flash warning
NFPA 70E manual

Is Your Company Liable?

Electrical safety training including arc flash and arc blast awareness training is not only a good idea, it's THE LAW. OSHA 29CFR1910.332 requires training for all employees who experience a heightened risk of electrical exposure on the job. Failure to comply can not only result in fines and penalties leveled at your company by OSHA but very severe injuries and possibly even death to personnel.

Electrocution and arc flash, (and arc blast) are responsible for one fatality every two days in the U.S., and some 8,000 workers are treated in emergency rooms for electrical contact injuries each year.Five to 10 arc flash explosions occur in electrical equipment every day in the United States.

Many businesses and workers have not yet fully recognized the hazards associated with arc flash and arc blast. Training in arc flash protection is a relatively new topic and all to often not fully understood. Many businesses also do not have the technical resources to perform this essential training. This is what we do! Call us for your training.

You must also create an Electrical Work Safe Program and ensure all your workers are correctly trained. OSHA places the burden of training on the employer.

Employers (or host companies as NFPA70E/OSHA calls them) are also liable for their contractors. DEMAND all your electrical contractors are 70E trained!

Topics covered in our 70E Safety training include Recognizing Electrical Hazards- Shock, Electrocution, Arc Flash, Arc Blast, Reducing Electrical Hazards, Protection from Arc Flash and Arc Blasts, Choosing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to protect against electrical hazards, Approach Boundaries, Flash Boundaries, Limits of Approach, Hazard/Risk Category Classifications, Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Procedures, Energized Work Permits, Voltage Detection & Meter Safety, Job Briefing, FR Clothing, Voltage Rated Tools, Qualified and Unqualified Person, Minimizing Arc Flash Hazards, and much more.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Testimonials
Bryan is easy to understand and well prepared. His passion for electrical safety and his understanding of electrical hazards makes this one of the best classes I have ever attended.
TW - Mitsubishi Electric

...the instructor is down to earth, knowledgeable and makes the class fly by. I have learned so much today about being safer when troubleshooting.
Thank-you
GK - SAB Brewery

This is by far the best training we have got for our money. These guys know their stuff and make learning fun.
Great job
SG - Safety Dept. AA Mines

Having now worked in the electrical field for 20 years it was an eye opener to learn about the Arc and blast hazards. Bryan does an excellent job of sharing his industrial back-ground and experience in helping us to be safer electricians.
AG - Eaton Ohio