NFPA 70E Low Voltage & High Voltage
e-Hazard's Award Winning Train the Trainer (TTT) Program is specially designed to prepare qualified trainers to deliver instruction to others based on safety requirements from NFPA 70E, OSHA, and/or NESC. Our TTT format and all teaching materials are based on best practices from a professional adult education specialist. Through group discussion, demonstration of teaching techniques and hands-on application, attendees receive a comprehensive understanding of the materials and extensive teacher and peer evaluations of each attendee's instruction.
Low & High Voltage TTT: $6,000
Low Voltage TTT: $5,000
After graduating from our TTT class you will be able to teach the following classes at your facility.
This one-day course provides a practical understanding of Low Voltage safety for persons who work in an environment of Low Voltage electricity. The course offers comprehensive information on safe electrical workplace practices in accordance with OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) 70E 2015 standard.
This course is designed for companies with personnel who work with High Voltage equipment (above 600V). Training includes a hands-on practicum using High Voltage tools, voltage detectors, grounds and PPE (personal protective equipment). This course presents safe High Voltage work practices in accordance with OSHA 1910.269, NESC 2012 and the NFPA 70E 2015 standards.
This class keeps attendees current on the information gained in the Low Voltage Qualified 8-hour class. In addition to a review of standard electrical safety principles, attendees are briefed on the updates in the NFPA 70E 2015 guidelines. The class also includes a refresher of OSHA principles including the 1910. 300 series.
Our HV electrical safety refresher training is based on OSHA 1910.269, NESC 2012, and NFPA 70E 2015. Keep your workers up to date on the principles required for maintaining personal safety when working with or around 600v or higher.
Operators Training is a comprehensive course in the basics of NFPA 70E safety for operators and other non-electricians. Ideal for personnel involved in limited electrical tasks such as switching and the operation of disconnects. Topics include identifying electrical safety hazards in the workplace and how to read arc flash labels. This course can also be designed to meet the individual company need.
This customizable course focuses on training company managers on relevant industry standards, strategies to reduce hazards, and general electrical safety. Topics also include the value of safety measures in relation to the impact of electrical incidents.
Based on the CSA (Canadian Standards Association) standards, this 8-hour course provides a comprehensive understanding of electrical workplace practices in accordance with Canada's CSA Z462 standard. Topics discussed include identifying hazardous equipment, selecting appropriate PPE (personal protective equipment) and developing safe workplace procedures.