Knowledge is power. Improve safety and operations with RESA’s training programs.
Low/Medium Voltage Training
Low and Medium Voltage Breakers play a big role in the distribution of power and management of distribution systems. Their correct installation, operation and maintenance can save thousands of dollars, prevent equipment damage, and prevent accidents. The information presented during low/medium voltage training courses will help you and your employees develop an understanding of the construction, operation and testing of breakers.
Circuit Breaker Training
The longevity of your electrical power distribution system is the key to keeping commitments to your customers, and the flow of profits uninterrupted. Learning proper installation and maintenance of low and medium voltage power circuit breakers helps avoid electrical damage and failures that cause facility shutdowns. Most importantly, circuit breaker training can prevent injury and the loss of life.
Arc Flash Training
RESA’s arc flash training is focused on safety and the lives of operating, maintenance and testing personnel. The OSHA and NFPA provisions for equipment ratings, limitation of access as well as personal protective equipment (PPE) and clothing are law. Failure to follow the law can result in injury, loss of equipment, plant downtime, law suits, fines and jail-time.
Our electrical safety program is designed to explain the principles of arc flash protection, avoiding unsafe acts, working safely, and understanding codes and standards relating to the industry. The latest technology, standards, and materials available are presented and demonstrated. Standard or customized training can be provided utilizing customers’ specific electrical distribution system information.
JOIN US FOR
2018 NFPA 70E ELECTRICAL SAFETY
& ARC FLASH AWARENESS TRAINING
RESA High Voltage Service, LLC ● Blaine, MN
This training helps workers understand and perform all critical safe work practices outlined in the 2018 NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace as well as how to meet OSHA training regulations. It meets the three-year retraining requirement and provides employer-needed documentation.
You and your employees will learn the correct ways to prevent injuries, save lives and prevent damage to your facility and equipment. Some of the topics covered are:
- Working within arc flash boundaries
- Audits of electrical safety programs
- Determining arc flash analysis needs for three-phase systems
- Employee responsibility for PPE
- Equipment labeling requirements
- Being responsive to people in unsafe situations
8:00 am – 4:00 pm
RESA High Voltage Service, LLC
3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive
Blaine, MN 55449
Cost: $425 per person
** Includes a copy of the 2018 NFPA 70 Standard – A $75 value!