Trainer Course: Electrical Safety Standard for the Workplace, NFPA 70E
This course is designed to assist personnel in becoming trainers in the NFPA 70E standards. The materials allow you to understand the basics of the standard, apply training techniques, and apply your presentation skills.
Ability to train others in technical topics (a year of training experience)
Who Should Attend
All personnel with electrical safety responsibilities in a position of leadership in which you may have to train other personnel. Some of positions could include: engineer, technician, maintenance supervisor, plant manager, electrical, master electrician, mechanical supervisor, production manager, safety coordinator, SHE manager, electrical contractors and many more people.
How You Will Benefit
Discuss the hazards of arc flash/blast
List the best work practices to protect employees
Understand the selection and use of PPE
Interpret the labels on electrical equipment
Know how to do an arc flash/shock hazard analysis
Discuss the NFPA 70E and OSHA standards
Know how to apply adult learning techniques
Identify the elements of an electrical safety program
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