Arc flash incidents can cause serious injuries and even fatalities to thousands of people yearly. As an employer, it is your responsibility to ensure the safety of your employees and comply with the standards set by OSHA and the NFPA 70E Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.

To achieve this, conducting an on-site arc flash and compliance assessment of your workplace is crucial to identify potential hazards. Luckily, industry experts like RESA Power can help you understand everything from shock and arc flash protection boundaries and hazard class to PPE requirements and potential incident energy levels.

RESA Power offers Arc Flash/SAFETY/NFPA 70E Awareness Training to prioritize the wellbeing of technicians and minimize the chance of citations and property damage.

With RESA Power’s assistance, you can ensure that you meet OSHA regulations and create a safer working environment for all.

Additionally, RESA Power offers Arc Flash Safety Training, NFPA 70E Compliance Assessment and Training, and NETA-Certified Testing and Maintenance to help you stay on top of all the requirements.


Electricity is an inherently dangerous element that can cause severe injuries, fatalities, and even property damage if handled carelessly. This is why having proper electrical safety awareness is crucial. At RESA Power, we understand the importance of keeping technicians safe, and we strive to provide top-notch training and resources to those working with power systems.

Our OSHA-compliant courses and certifications on arc flash safety, hazards, and assessments, as well as NFPA 70E courses, can help ensure the safety of all individuals involved in electrical work. With RESA Power, you can be confident you are receiving the most up-to-date information and training necessary to prevent accidents and protect lives.

Our Arc Flash Training / Safety / NFPA 70E Awareness Classes

RESA Power offers safety courses for technicians who prioritize prevention and compliance in their day-to-day operations. RESA Power’s Arc Flash/SAFETY/NFPA 70E Safety Awareness Training keeps technicians up-to-date on critical compliance set by OSHA and the NFPA 70E 2021 Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplaces.

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 types of classes (4-hour, 6-hour, and 8-hour) for qualified and unqualified individuals.

Our Arc Flash Training / Safety / NFPA 70E Awareness Program

An arc flash explosion can happen in the blink of an eye – resulting in destroyed equipment, serious injury, or even death of those nearby. 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 Arc Flash Training / Safety / NFPA 70E Awareness Instructors

Our professional training staff brings years of real-world experience to every arc flash training class, assuring that our Arc Flash and NFPA 70E sessions will have a positive impact on your electrical safety. Our trainer is an arc flash electrical specialist with 30+ years of field experience with knowledge of the importance of electrical and arc flash safety.

  • Arc Flash Hazard Analysis
  • Arc Flash/Shock Hazard Labels
  • Review of Engineering Documentation
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Preventive Maintenance
  • Safety Training

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 OSHA Arc Flash training compliant with the latest safety practices and provisions.

Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Assessment

Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Assessment is part of the Power System Studies which consists of the following and it is usually performed in this order:

Short Circuit Analysis

  • Equipment/Device Evaluation
  • Protective Device Coordination
  • Arc Flash and Shock Hazard Assessment

Additional Power System Studies include:

  • Demand and Load Flow studies
  • Transient Motors Starting Analysis
  • DC Systems Arc Flash Analysis
  • Harmonics Analysis
  • Electrical Grounding

We use SKM as our main software to perform these Power System Studies. Other major software includes:

  • ETAP – Mostly suitable for wind farms and solar farms and DC Arc Flash
  • Analysis – the most versatile of the three software.
  • EasyPower

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Upcoming NFPA 70E Electrical Safety & Arc Flash Training Sessions

Training Dates

If you’re interested in enhancing your knowledge of electrical safety and arc flash training, then our upcoming NFPA 70E training sessions in Blaine, MN are the answer. We’re excited to offer comprehensive training programs to help improve your skills and understanding of this critical area.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enhance your expertise and maintain a safe and productive workplace. For more information or to discuss your training options, please reach out to us at We look forward to hearing from you!

Why is RESA Power’s Arc Flash/SAFETY/NFPA 70E Awareness Training Critical for Every Technician?

Electrical Safety Awareness Training is essential in preventing possible life-altering injuries, fatalities, citations, and property damage.

RESA Power’s Arc Flash Training / Safety / NFPA 70E Awareness 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. In addition, attend a session that will explain how NFPA 70E relates to NEC and OSHA procedures, and how to use this information to keep your employees safe and your facility in compliance.

“Retaining shall be performed at intervals not to exceed 3 years.”



8:00 am – 4:00 pm

RESA Power
3890 Pheasant Ridge Drive
Suite 170
Blaine, MN 55449


Cost: $495 per person

** Includes a copy of the NFPA 70 Standard – A $85 value!

This vital Arc Flash Training will protect technicians and prevent the need for costly electrical repairs. RESA Power helps technicians become licensed in Arc Flash Boundaries and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) so that they can minimize safety risks and provide recommendations to reduce the incident energy exposure of equipment. RESA Power’s trained technicians will have all the necessary regulation training to provide an accurate and safe Arc Flash Risk Assessment.

In addition, the Arc Flash Training / Safety / NFPA 70E Awareness Training does all the following:

  • It meets the three-year retraining requirement
  • It provides employer-needed documentation.
  • Upon successful completion of an arc flash or NFPA 70E class, participants will receive an arc flash certificate or NFPA 70E 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 Arc Flash Training / Safety / NFPA 70E Awareness Training 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

Comply with Industry Standards

Ensuring the safety of your workers is crucial, particularly in workplaces with electrical hazards. That’s why complying with industry standards like OSHA and the NFPA 70E 2021 Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace is essential. One effective way to achieve compliance and safety is by enrolling your employees in arc flash training classes offered by RESA Power.

Our training classes provide your employees with the necessary knowledge and skills to mitigate potential electrical hazards and stay up-to-date on vital certifications. Whether you intend to train new employees or update the existing ones, arc flash training classes can help you maintain a safe and compliant workplace.

OSHA 1910.303(b)(1) Electric equipment shall be free from recognized hazards that are likely to cause death or serious harm to employees.

NFPA 70E 205.3 Electrical equipment shall be maintained in accordance with manufacturers’ instructions or industry consensus standards to reduce the risk of failure and the subsequent exposure of employees to electrical hazards.


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