This course provides critical electrical safety information vital to first responders facing emergency situations. Attendees will gain awareness of shock and arc flash hazards that may be present during emergencies in a variety of environments. Various emergency scenarios are discussed as well as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) as it relates to electrical safety in emergency situations.
A customized class designed to offer a basic understanding of NFPA 70E electrical safety for general personnel as identified by company management. This course focuses on electrical safety awareness, electrical equipment use and the impact of electrical safety on the workplace.
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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