e-Hazard is 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, and many more. We are the most experienced instructors in the business.
"This was my 7th certification course in Train the Trainer in various safety related areas since July of 2013. It was clearly the best of the seven. e-Hazard has set the bar high on my expectations of other Train the Trainer courses."
Established in 2004, e-Hazard 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. The e-Hazard objective is to keep people who work around electricity safe, and we do so with the best people and practices in the industry. What can we do for you?
Since 2004, e-Hazard has been the industry leader in electrical safety training. Our courses include low voltage qualified, high voltage qualified, hazardous location training, electrical grounding and bonding, Train the Trainer, and many more courses based on the latest NFPA 70E, NEC, and OSHA standards. e-Hazard has the most experienced instructors in the business for the very best in electrical safety 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.
e-Hazard offers training classes to keep you up to date on the latest OSHA Standard 1910.269 changes. Our trainers are experts on electrical safety regulations and can answer questions on what it takes to stay qualified.
Our qualified NFPA 70E, IEEE-registered experts have performed arc flash studies and electrical hazard analysis across North America. One of our experts will 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. There are a wide variety of arc flash studies available.
Take a look at our extensive electrical safety training video library. We have product reviews, footage of electrical accidents, arc flash testing on various products and more. There is also a 4-minute preview of e-Hazard's "7 Electrical Safety Habits" training video and a video presentation from Hugh Hoagland on arc flash protection principles.
Electric arcs are essentially ionized gases caused when electricity travels through air. An electric arc flash, also called an electric arc, arc blast, or arc flash, is a complex event. An arc flash can produce temeratures as high as 35,000 degrees Fahrenheit.