We are now offering LV Electrical Safety training in Canada!
Does your company need an electrical safety training program providing the following benefits?
This electrical safety course is designed for low voltage qualified persons. The course has the following benefits:
- Comprehensive and fulfills the training requirements for CSA Z462-12 for low voltage qualified persons.
- Oriented toward persons performing work near or operating electrical equipment which will increase facility safety. Fast paced and engaging so that the attendees remember what has been presented. Video of arc flash accidents and PPE testing that give the attendees a sense of the hazards in the electrical world.
- Taught by knowledgeable an instructor with field experience and knowledge so that the students can ask questions and get immediate answers.
The Electrical Workplace Safety CSA Z462-12 Seminar was developed by e-Hazard and presented by Robert E. Fuhr, P.E., P.Eng.
In one day of training, low voltage qualified persons receive the mandatory level of classroom training needed on the primary governmental regulations for shock and arc flash safety. e-Hazard’s Electrical Workplace Safety covers safe work practices, how to protect against shock and arc flash, PPE requirements, permits, creating an electrically safe work condition, and much, much more. The program is full of informative and stunning arc flash videos of garment testing and actual arc flash accients.
PowerStudies.com is Hiring!
PowerStudies.com has several open positions for an Electrical Engineer Protection Specialist. We are looking for full, part time employees, or retired Electrical Engineers. Duties will include performing various power system studies and power quality troubleshooting services.
Our company increases our client’s facility efficiency, reliability, safety, and personnel protection. We specialize in Power System Studies and Power Quality Services for utility, industrial, and commercial clients both nationally and internationally.
PowerStudies.com is an electrical consulting firm that has been providing quality customer care to our many clients for over 26 years. Our company is known for our employee professionalism and superior customer service. Our employees work in a relaxed and casual atmosphere with flexible work hours and optional telecommuting.
More information about our company can be found at www.PowerStudies.com
All interested candidates should send their resumes to Robert Fuhr, P.E. at the following email address: email@example.com
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NFPA 70E Low Voltage Qualified Electrical Workplace Safety Training
Tuesday, June 5, 2012
Taught by Robert E. Fuhr, P.E. of PowerStudies.com
One day Seminar tuition is $350/person, with a $50 discount for companies sending 5 or more attendees (firstname.lastname@example.org or (502) 716-7073 for group reservation).
NFPA 70E-2012 Standard ($52.00 value)
e-Hazard student manual ($40 value)
Certificate of Completion - 8 hour*
Demonstrations and samples of PPE from the industry’s leading manufacturers
Lunch and snacks
*If registering 5 or more individuals from the same company, a $50 / person discount applies. Please contact e-Hazard at email@example.com or call us at (502) 716 7073.
** Certain courses are approved for credit for electricians in AK, DE, FL, ID, KY, LA, MT, NC, NE, NJ, NM, OH, OR, SD, TX, UT, WA, WI and WY, and are accepted by most states for PDH’s for electrical engineers’ CSP’s. . Contact e-hazard for more details.
Who Should Attend?
Industrial Line Workers
What You Will Learn?
One NFPA 70E page cuts your PPE training by 75% (This one concept can fool-proof and simplify your PPE approach)
Two common places for an Arc Flash
Three misunderstood NFPA 70E concepts
Four fixable things you dont know about your electrical system that could wreck your plant
Seven electrical safe work habits
Full, practical understanding of the NFPA 70E and great ideas from trainers who have implemented it!
Why should I choose e-Hazard?
Our trainers are experts - The quality of our training begins with our staff — experienced instructors who helped write the standards critical to your protection.
Concept-based training - All e-Hazard training materials are designed to enhance the adult learning process on key electrical safety concepts. Our expert team and adult education specialist focused on key concepts that challenge and stick.
Content & Scheduling - e-Hazard classes can be customized and we provide felxible scheduling for your on-site classes.
Visit us at www.e-Hazard.com
To register, click here.
“I wasn’t wearing my safety gear.”
In the field of Electrical Engineering, one often hears about Arc Flash incidents and shudders as they recall risks taken and mistakes made in their own careers that could’ve led to such a catastrophe. The real, gruesome truth about Arc Flash incidents is that many do not live to tell the tale, and of those who do, most are unable to lead a normal life after. The following article tells the story of two men who survived Arc Flashes. In the aftermath, one leads a normal life thanks to his Personal Protective Equipment and one is still paying the price for his disregard of safety standards. Both are fortunate to be alive and their stories provide a valuable lesson to all: no matter what trade you work in, safety must always be the highest priority.
This is a great article from IAEI Magazine that explains the aftermath of an Arc Flash incident and what you can do to keep yourself safe. (Article written by: Thomas A. Domitrovich)