Schedule for Electrical Safety Training Courses

Upcoming off-site open-registration arc flash safety training classes; Call for details: (502) 716-7073

Low Voltage Qualified - Details

Louisville, KY 12-1-14
Louisville, KY 1-26-15
Louisville, KY 2-2-15
Reno, NV 2-11-15
Denver, CO 3-3-15
Louisville, KY 3-9-15
Louisville, KY - Call for details 6-1-15
Louisville, KY - Call for details 9-14-15
Louisville, KY - Call for details 12-1-15
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Course Outline (PDF)

Audit Protocol Training

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Tables and Tools for Arc Flash Hazard Assessment - Details

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Quick Decision Chart

Use this chart to help decide what type of training is right for you.

Train The Trainer - Details

Louisville, KY - FULL 12-1 to 12-4-14
Louisville, KY 2-2 to 2-5-14
Louisville, KY 3-9 to 3-12-15
Louisville, KY 6-1 to 6-4-15
Louisville, KY 9-14 to 9-17-15
Louisville, KY 12-1 to 12-4-15 - Call for Details
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TTT Alumni Seminar - Details

Louisville, KY 1-26 to 1-27-15
 

High Voltage Qualified - Details

Louisville, KY 12-1 to 12-2-14
Louisville, KY 2-2 to 2-3-15
Reno, NV 2-11 to 2-12-15
Louisville, KY 3-9 to 3-10-15
Louisville, KY - Call for details 6-1 to 6-2-15
Louisville, KY - Call for details 9-14 to 9-15-15
Louisville, KY - Call for details 12-1 to 12-2-15
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November's Featured Video

Arc Flash Rating of Safety Glasses

Summary: A must-watch video for electricians, line technicians and OH&S Safety Professionals. (3:25). Watch more arc flash and electrical safety videos.

Who We Are

About e-Hazard

e-Hazard was established in 2004 and quickly became the leader in electrical safety training, arc flash studies, and electrical safety audits. Our electrical safety training classes are used by more NFPA 70E committee members than any other classes in the industry. e-Hazard's objective is to keep people who work around electricity safe, and we do that with the best people and practices in the industry. What can we do for you?

Meet Our Team

Get to know the experts behind the success of e-Hazard's electrical safety training. Our network of independent electrical safety professionals is the most experienced and knowledgeable in the electrical safety training business.

Our Clients

We've partnered with hundreds of major corporations to provide their workforce with the highest level of electrical safety training. Take a look at a few of the clients we've been privileged to serve, then call today to schedule training for your company.

  • GE Energy
  • Chevron
  • Google
  • Starbucks
  • Honda of America
  • More...

Training & Services

OSHA 1910.269 Standard Updated Training

e-Hazard offers training classes to keep you up to date on the latest OSHA Standard 1910.269 changes. Our trainers are experts in electrical safety standard regulations and can answer questions on what you need to do to stay qualified. Our LV Qualified, HV Qualified and NESC Safety and Arc Hazard Awareness classes offer current information on the latest standard updates.

NFPA 70E Training

Turn to the experts at e-hazard for all of your NFPA 70E training. Our team of instructors are some of the most respected and trusted people in the electrical safety field. Our NFPA 70E training covers the most up to date information and changes in electrical safety. Let us know how we can help with your NFPA 70E training.

Electrical Training Courses

e-Hazard's electrical training courses are taught by the most experienced instructors in the industry. Many of them have helped write the guidelines designed to keep you protected. You can trust e-Hazard with all your continued education and electrical training. Courses are held globally, and we can even train at your facility.

Electrical Safety Training

Since 2004, e-Hazard has been the industry leader in electrical safety training. Based on the latest NFPA 70E Standard, our courses include low voltage qualified, high voltage qualified, hazardous location training, electrical grounding and bonding, Train the Trainer, and many more. When you want the very best in electrical safety training, e-Hazard has the most experienced instructors in the business.

Arc Flash Analysis

Our qualified NFPA 70E, IEEE-registered experts have performed arc flash studies and electrical hazard analysis across North America. We have a wide variety of arc flash studies available. Allow one of our experts to complete a thorough inspection of your facility or plant, regardless of size or location, and make recommendations to address your company's electrical safety issues.

Resources

Is NFPA 70E the law?

While NFPA 70E training is NOT required by law, meeting OSHA requirements for electrical safety training IS required by law. OSHA has several federal regulations about electrical safety in the workplace, and employers who fail to meet them are subject to citations, fines and penalties.

Arc Flash and Electrical Safety Training Store

We have several tools to keep your workers safe. Our online store features a great selection of electrical safety DVDs, a low voltage qualified training package, and the NFPA 70E Standard booklet - all include FREE shipping available!

Electrical Safety Training Videos

Take a look at our electrical safety training video library. We have product reviews, footage of electrical accidents, arc flash testing on various products and more. There's also a 4 minute demo on e-Hazard's "7 Electrical Safety Habits" training video and a video presentation from Hugh Hoagland on arc flash protection principles.

Electrical Safety

While on the job, electrical safety awareness is the key to avoiding dangerous, even life-threatening hazards. Employers should take precautions to avoid electrical injuries and maintain a safe workplace. By following important electrical safety measures to ensure a safe workforce, companies can rest assured in the safety of their employees around potentially hazardous conditions.

What is an Arc Flash?

An electric arc flash is a complex event. Arcs are basically ionized gases caused when electricity travels through air. Electric arc, arc blasts, and arc flashes are really all different names for the same phenomenon.

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