We have over 30 years experience in making NFPA 70E, National Electrical Code and OSHA electrical safety programs understandable in the workplace.
Our Courses & Services
COURSES - SAFETY TRAINING
Our expert consultants can train you and your employees in everything from OSHA Electrical Safety mandates to NEC 2011 Update Training to NFPA 70E to NFPA 70B Electrical Safety in the workplace consensus standards. Our classes meet and exceed the training requirements as defined in the NFPA and OSHA. We can customize any of our courses to meet your specific needs.
NFPA 70E 2012 Training
Electrical dangers such as shock, electrocution, electrical explosion, and arc blast will always be present on the job, but a proper electrical training program and strategies can minimize the likelihood of injuries and fatalities. Our NFPA 70E Training focuses on the 2012 NFPA 70E arc flash electrical safety standard that addresses arc flash electrical safety requirements for employee workplaces that are necessary for the practical safeguarding of employees.
NFPA 70B Training
Recommended Practice for Electrical Equipment Maintenance NFPA 70B training helps you develop and carry out an Electrical Preventive Maintenance (EPM) program for all types of equipment and assemblies. This recommended practice applies to preventive maintenance for electrical, electronic, and communication systems and equipment.
Medium To High Voltage Safety Training
Our medium to high voltage safety training program is available for your electrical engineering, electrical and safety staff, on your premises, tailored to your specific equipment and requirement. High Voltage Safety Training students will cover the maintenance and testing requirements for common substation devices, including power transformers, oil, air and vacuum circuit breakers, switchgear, ground grid systems, batteries, chargers and insulating liquids.
Lockout Tagout Training
"Lockout Tagout Training (LOTO)" refers to specific practices and procedures to safeguard employees from the unexpected energizing or startup of machinery and equipment, or the release of hazardous energy during service or maintenance activities. Our program created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's Lockout Tagout Training regulations and standards.
Meter Safety Training
Using an electrical meter safely and efficiently is perhaps the most valuable skill an electrician or technician can master, both for the sake of their personal safety and for proficiency at their trade. It can be daunting at first to use a meter knowing that you are connecting to live circuits which may harbor life threatening levels of voltage and current. Selection of the proper electrical measurement equipment and safe work practices is critical. Meter safety training is for anyone who works on live circuits.
Electrical Safety Program (ESP)
Sustaining a strong electrical safety program is essential to the success of your personnel or facility. Our team of electrical safety experts will help you map out your electrical safety program initiatives and then help you stay on track. We will assist you in developing a solution that fits your needs and budget. Available safety solutions include an Electrical Safety Compliance Assessment, Electrical Safe Work Program and Safety Procedures Development.
NEC 2011 Update Training Class (4 Hours)
Students will learn about the latest NEC 2011 update training and how they impact their profession. Some of the topics in our NEC 2011 training includes; expanded AFCI protection, grounding procedures, reorganized rules in Article 220, new rules for GFCI, new updates for control panels and speed-drive systems.
SERVICES - ARC FLASH ANALYSIS
An arc flash analysis study is a detailed power system study that calculates the potential energy release in the event of an arc flash. OSHA requires that workplace hazards are identified and addressed to keep personnel safe. We have years of experience in power generation and utilities, industrial manufacturing, commercial manufacturing, government and municipal, educational and other commercial facilities.
Our team is comprised of engineers and electricians. We have the ground-level experience to ensure optimal NFPA 70E training.
Consider this – our instructors have a minimum of 30 years field experience in the electrical trade (commercial and industrial) and are extremely knowledgeable in NEC, OSHA 1910 & OSHA 1926, and NFPA 70E. But best of all, they are passionate about electrical safety. Check out your State licensing board information! Click Here
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Call or e-mail us today about scheduling your next class and pricing. We guarantee the most flexible scheduling and competitive pricing in the arc flash training industry
8401 Claude Thomas Rd. Suite 43
Franklin, OH 45005
"I found the instructor's knowledge of the subject to be of the most value to me. The instructor conducted the class both professionally and made it pleasant to learn."
-University of Maryland
“ I found that after working in the electrical field for 21 years, I had become comfortable working on live power. Thanks to your class and an excellent teacher who can talk and teach on many levels, I now have a new fear and respect for my job. Your class taught me above all that I should stop, know the product, find the safest way to problem solve and all available ways to achieve a safe fix….thank you.”
“ This training is likely a life saver. We had 90 of our electricians and maintenance workers attend a 3 day session. I can say that this was some of the most impactful training of my 27+ year career. The re-enactments are extremely realistic and will leave an impression that will remain for a very long time."
- Ohio Department of Corrections