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Low Voltage Qualified Refresher Electrical Safety Training

Electrical Safety Low Voltage Qualified Refresher Class

This class keeps attendees current on the information gained in the standard Low Voltage Qualified class. In addition to a review of standard electrical safety principles, attendees also receive an update on NFPA 70E guidelines and requirements from the 2012 version to the 2015 version.

On-Site Pricing Details

Let us come to you! On-site classes are an excellent option for companies with multiple shifts and departments. We can tailor our classes to fit your specific need.

$3,900 for first day of training, $2,750 for each additional day

Includes 4 hours of training for up to 30 attendees, and instructor travel to US locations.

Additional $30.00 per person for the e-Hazard workbook.

Pre-Requisite Information

You must take the Low Voltage Qualified Training class before you can attend the LV Refresher training class.

Low Voltage Refresher Class Overview
C.E. Credits
What You'll Learn
Who Should Attend

e-Hazard offers the following Continuing Education Credits for this Low Voltage Refresher class.

  • AK, AL, ID, KY, LA, NC, NJ, NM, OH, OR, SD, WA and WI
  • Las Vegas, NV

In our Low Voltage Refresher class you will learn the following.

  • Practical compliance with NFPA 70E 2012 Electrical Safety in the Workplace
  • How to do table-based hazard assessments using NFPA 70E 2012
  • How to choose personal protective equipment (PPE) based on the NFPA 70E tables
  • Differences between the NEC, NESC, NFPA 70E 2012 and OSHA standards
  • PPE do's and don'ts for workers exposed to shock and electric arc hazards
  • Standards to use in clothing and PPE selection
  • Explanations of Arc Ratings, ATPV, EBTAS and EBT, and how they are applied
  • The ins and outs of flame resistant, arc-rated (FR) clothing and other shock and arc PPE

Our Low Voltage Refresher class should be attended by the following personal.

  • Electrical engineers
  • Electrical technicians
  • Electrical foremen
  • Electricians
  • Electrician apprentices
  • Electrical programmers & troubleshooters
  • Anyone working with up to 600 volts
  • Anyone who may exposed to energized, uninsulated or live circuit parts and conductors
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