e-Hazard participates in select expos and conferences in the electrical safety industry throughout the year. If you'll be attending one of the shows featured below, stop by and meet our instructors and staff. They will be able to answer any questions on arc flash training, electrical safety audits, and arc flash studies. Plus we always have great giveaways and a fun booth to visit.
NFPA 70E Workshops are now scheduled through June 2020. Take advantage of this great opportunity! At each NFPA 70E Workshop, Brandon Schroeder will tell his story of an arc flash incident that could have taken his life. He recounts the details of the electrical task he was doing at the time. He shares what he […]More Details
ESW is Coming Soon: March 2-6, 2020 Be sure to register for the 2020 Electrical Safety Workshop if you plan to attend. This year’s Workshop will be held in Reno, NV, at the Peppermill Resort. You will need to book a room before registering for the Workshop. Speakers from e-Hazard Several e-Hazard instructors will be […]More Details
Register for this 1-hour free webinar on 7 electrical safety mistakes. Date: January 30, 2020 Time: 2:00PM ET – 1:00PM CT – 11:00AM PT This webinar will dive into incident investigations. Learn about common policy and practice mistakes that lead to errors in an electrical safety program. A 15-minute Q&A session will take place the […]More Details
ESW strives to bring together people who have a passion for electrical safety. Join hundreds of electrical engineers, electrical workers, and safety professionals at this annual workshop. Become part of the positive change taking place in electrical safety. What: IEEE IAS Electrical Safety Workshop (ESW) Where: Reno, NV When: March 2 – 6, 2020 Venue: Peppermill […]More Details
Could a small patch of this fabric on an electrical worker’s t-shirt be used to detect heat stress, an electrical shock or a possible heart attack? Could it then notify fellow workers? It’s possible this could help enhance worker electrical safety and even detect and report a possible shock via a smartphone app. Read about […]More Details