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.
e-Hazard’s NEC for Industrial Installations Class is Updated This Class is Unique Our class is unique in that it focuses on industrial installations. It does not cover residential installations. I have been to a few excellent NEC classes over the years, given by different companies. I had never seen a class that covered industrial installations […]More Details
Our Electrical Safety Cycle™ cards are for sale online! We hope you were able to come by our booth and grab a set while in Reno for the Electrical Safety Workshop. If you weren’t, or maybe you would like another set, we now have them on our website for sale. These poker-sized cards come in […]More Details
The ASSP Safety 2020 Conference is approaching quickly. Florida, here we come! What: Safety 2020 Professional Development Conference & Expo Where: Orlando, FL When: June 23-25, 2020 Venue: Orange County Convention Center Pre-conference courses begin the week; they will be offered June 20-22. Post-conference courses are scheduled for June 25-28. Take a look at their […]More Details
The IEEE IAS Electrical Safety Committee is requesting original, previously unpublished technical paper proposals. Presentation options include a forty-five minute full presentation; a fifteen-minute case study; a four-hour tutorial; or a focus session, which is given in poster format. Your proposal should appeal to one of three audience knowledge levels: 1- Beginner, 2- Experienced, or […]More Details
The city of Alcoa, TN, recently commissioned two studies for their public utilities. City commissioners want arc flash hazard assessments for both their electric department and the public works and engineering department. Their vote on the issue was unanimous. From these assessments, they will know whether their utility workers have the appropriate equipment and information […]More Details