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Job Hazard Analysis

Many companies have both electrical and non-electrical employees who are often exposed to various electrical-related job hazards. We offer courses that meet the minimum requirements for training on OSHA-mandated "Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices" according to the type of employee. To find out more about each class, click the following course names below.
 

This 8-contact-hour lecture course meets the minimum requirements for training on OSHA-mandated "Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices" for those employees whose work may expose them to the hazard of being near or exposed to electrical parts operating at 50 volts or more to ground or arc flash hazards and their supervisors.

This 4-hour program meets the minimum requirements for training on OSHA-mandated "Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices" for those non-electrical employees whose work may expose them to the hazard of being near or exposed to electrical parts operating at 50 volts or more to ground or arc flash hazards.

This 2-hour program meets the minimum requirements for training on OSHA-mandated "Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices" for those non-electrical support personnel whose work may expose them to the hazard of being near or exposed to electrical parts operating at 50 volts or more to ground or arc flash hazards.


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