Operator Safety with Electrical Apparatus-NFPA 70E Awareness
This one-day course.
At the request of OSHA, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) created NFPA 70E, a Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace. The primary objective of this course is to familiarize attendees with the contents of the NFPA 70E document and to train them on how to utilize it to ensure safe work practices are employed.
This course is primarily for maintenance staff that maintain electrical devices. Operators, Electricians and Supervisors.
- Introduction to: Operator Electrical Safety – NFPA70E
- Current trends in NFPA70E, OSHA, NEC (applicable standards)
- Deep dive into what does it mean to be qualified to do and be around electrical work and apparatus?
- Review of safety electrical work practices
- Common electrical hazards & how to identify them
- Safe electrical protection boundaries
- Mitigating hazards
- Case Stories
- In Summary /Questions
Justin has over 13 years of experience. He also has a Bachelor of Applied Science, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Degree from Michigan State University.
P.E. & Project Manager