NFPA 70E Safety Training Course
ESCO’s electrical safety training program was developed in house to train our electricians to the latest NFPA 70E standard. We have expanded the program to include training our customers and train industry to the same standards. Over time, our mission has not changed and continues to be “to get everyone home safely each day”.
Our NFPA 70E training classes help fulfill training requirements associated with OSHA compliance and can also help to avoid OSHA fines. ESCO is represented on the NFPA 70E Technical Committee by Jason Wolf, our Safety Training Manager. This is what separates our material from the rest. We not only understand what is in the standard, but why it is there.
Our safety trainers will work with you to create a training program designed to meet your specific needs. Our training classes will implement specific topics from your electrical safety program including job safety planning, arc flash labeling and PPE. These topics make each class unique and applicable to what is practiced at your facility. Training classes are held at your location and according to your schedule.
Customized to your specific needs!!!
Awareness Level Training
Provides a basic awareness of electrical hazards including electrical shock and arc flash.Upon completion, attendees will have a basic understanding of electrical safety concepts including: approach distances, arc flash labels, and GFCIs.
Awareness Level training is appropriate for employees that are not responsible for maintenance, including their supervisors and managers.
Qualified Level Training
Provides an in-depth discussion on electrical hazards including electrical shock, arc flash and arc blast.Upon completion, attendees will have an understanding of arc flash hazards, shock hazards, equipment labeling, approach boundaries, and PPE.This class is intended to help meet OSHA and NFPA training requirements for Qualified Persons.
Qualified Level Training is appropriate for electricians, maintenance staff, maintenance supervisors and managers, engineers, safety professionals, and those responsible for implementing an electrical safety program.
Hands on Training
Provides a detailed overview of multimeter safety, job safety planning, and arc flash label interpretation.This interactive module is ideal if you want to know if your workers understand the basics of establishing an electrical safe work condition.Our Hands on Training can be included with our Qualified Level training or used as a refresher training class.
Hands on Training is appropriate for electricians and maintenance staff who use multimeters and are expected to safely execute lockout tagout procedures, or for maintenance supervisors and managers, engineers and safety professionals who supervise these workers.
Lockout Tagout Training
Lockout Tagout training will cover details of 29 CFR 1910.147 and ANSI/ASSE Z244.1 “The Control of Hazardous Energy Lockout, Tagout, and Alternative Methods.” Our lockout tag out training includes elements from NFPA 70E Article 120 and how this article fits into your Lockout Tagout program.
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