OSHA estimates there are approximately 350 electrical fatalities a year. The NFPA estimates there are 4,000 non-disabling and 3,600 disabling electrical contact injuries in the workplace annually. The National Safety Council estimates 30,000 non-fatal electrical shocks each year.
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What Our Clients Are Saying About EDS
The following are just a few companies who have used our electrical safety and skills training for their compliance and training needs. Join our long list of clients today by making our team of experts your complete electrical safety training provider!
Birmingham Water Works
" I learned that I was doing a lot of unsafe acts without knowing it. I received a lot of valuable information in this class. We had a very good instructor."
University of Maryland
"The presentation was excellent and the instructor used lots of videos, pictures, power points and knew the material quite well."
"I found the instructor's knowledge of the subject to be of the mot value to me. He conducted the class both professionally and made it pleasant to learn."
"Thank you very much Bob…I am impressed. I went through the class about 8 years ago and it only lasted about 2 hours and had no where near this much info. I have learned a valuable lesson in safety."
“ 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.”
“Very good program which was informative. Our instructor was a very good speaker and held my interest.”
Architect of the Capital (Washington DC)
“Excellent content for our unit to learn. The class was relevant and the instructor was great! Thank you for your training.”
“Bob had really great material to learn and he did a great job. He really taught me a lot even after having many years of experience in the field.”
Ohio Department of Corrections
“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 impact training of my 27+ year career. The re-enactments are extremely realistic and will leave an impression tht will remain for a very long time.
“Your exceptional employee training emphasized the dangers of an arc flash and focused on the prevention of an arc flash burn.”
We Provide Coast To Coast Arc Flash Training, NFPA 70E Training, NEC 2011 Update Training, Meter Safety Training, Electrical Troubleshooting Training, Medium To High Voltage Training, Lockout Tagout Training, NFPA 70B Training in the following states:
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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
Our instructors have at least 20 plus years of Electrical experience to make Electrical Safety understandable. Use our team to learn the NFPA 70E standards, National Electrical Code requirements, and OSHA Electrical Safety Regulations.
We can provide you with the Electrical Safety Training and Arc Flash Safety Training knowledge you need to be compliant with OSHA. We can also help you implement an Electrical Safety Program using NFPA 70E Standards for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.
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