NFPA 70E ARC FLASH TRAINING CLASSES
ARC FLASH/SAFETY/NFPA 70E AWARENESS TRAINING
Electrical Safety Awareness is an essential element in preventing possible life-altering injuries, fatalities, citations and property damage.
This class will provide an understanding of the NFPA 70E, how it relates to NEC and OSHA procedures and how to use the information to keep your employees safe and your facility in compliance. Based on your needs and requirements, we offer all type of classes (4-hour, 6-hour, and 8-hour) for qualified and unqualified individuals.
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.
Our professional training staff brings years of real-world experience to the classroom, assuring that our sessions will have a positive impact on your electrical safety. Our trainer is an electrical specialist with 30 + years of field experience with knowledge of the importance of electrical safety.
Who Will Benefit from RESA’s Arc Flash/SAFETY/NFPA 70E Awareness Training
Anyone who deals with electrical safety, including safety managers, electricians, electrical contractors, electrical inspectors, electrical and mechanical engineers, facility maintenance personnel, plant managers, facility maintenance personnel, risk managers, and many others who want to stay up-to-date and compliant with the latest safety practices and provisions.
JOIN US FOR
NFPA 70E ELECTRICAL SAFETY
& ARC FLASH AWARENESS TRAINING
RESA Power ● Blaine, MN
Please contact us to get more information on available training dates and discuss training options at email@example.com
This training helps workers understand and perform all critical safe work practices outlined in the NFPA 70E 2021 Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace as well as how to meet OSHA training regulations.
- It meets the three-year retraining requirement
- It provides employer-needed documentation.
- Upon successful completion of a class, participants will receive a completion certificate.
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
3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive
Blaine, MN 55449
Cost: $495 per person
** Includes a copy of the NFPA 70 Standard – A $85 value!