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ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING - Including Arc Flash (NFPA 70E - 2012)

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Our OSHA courses for electrical and non-electrical employees meet OSHA training standards. These courses provide vital training for your employees so they can take steps to ensure their safety and the safety of others around electrical equipment.

Below you will find brief descriptions of each Safety class. To find out more about the class, please click on the course name.

Click here to download OSHA training requirements file.

This is a 4-level course designed for electrical personnel who work on or near electrical parts operating at anywhere from 50 to over 600 volts to ground.

This course is for those employees that perform operations or maintenance work or who have access to electric power generation, transmission, or distribution installations. It covers safety-related work practices, safety procedures, and other personnel safety requirements in 29 CFR 1910.269 (also referred to as Subpart R).  This standard covers all electric power generation, transmission, and/or distribution installations, whether owned by a utility or not.

Three different courses meet the minimum requirements for training on OSHA-mandated "Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices"  for the following types of employees:


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